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Dutch Embassy for Ireland - Address / Phone Number



Dutch Embassy for Ireland

Dutch Embassy in Ireland

Address: 160 Merrion Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4
City: Dublin (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT 0 hours)
Tel.: 01 269 3444
Fax: 01 283 9690
Working/Consular hours: Monday to Friday, 9.00 – 11.30 (by appointment only) 

The Dutch Embassy in Ireland is the formal communication link between the Dutch and the Irish governments. The Ambassador heads the Embassy and is the official representative to Ireland of the Dutch Government. The Embassy fulfills the role of a Dutch public authority when it comes to consular and migration-related matters, which include issuance of passports and different kinds of certificates, visas for students, residence and work permits as well as assistance to Ireland in emergency situations.

The Embassy can provide the following consular services:

  • Adoption
  • Asylum seekers and refugees
  • Birth abroad
  • Civic integration examination abroad
  • Concession: External Service Provider Consular Services
  • Dutch Nationality
  • Dutch passport, ID card
  • Fees for consular services
  • Legalisation of documents
  • Marriage
  • Notarial acts
  • Registration
  • Visa

Dutch nationals living abroad are not required to register themselves, though one may do so. The Dutch mission will not register you if, for example, you contact them to renew your passport. If you have had your name removed from the Dutch Population Register, you are expected to register with the foreign municipality in which you live, if applicable.

As a Dutch national, one can apply for a Dutch passport at Dutch Embassies and many consulates. It does not matter if one lives in the territory served by the Embassy or are staying there temporarily. In some countries, the applicant can also apply for a Dutch identity card at the Embassy or consulate.

If a person loses his/her passport abroad, the nearest Dutch Embassy or consulate can help to obtain a new passport or temporary travel document (emergency passport or laissez passer). Although the applicant is not required to report the loss of your passport to the local police, it is recommended that he/she does so, with a view to a subsequent claim for the insurance company.

If you want to visit only one Schengen state, you have to apply at the Embassy of that state. If you want to visit two or more Schengen states, please apply at the Embassy of the country which is your main destination, defined by the length of stay or other criteria from that Embassy. If you intend to visit two or more Schengen states but you have no main destination, you need to apply for your visa at the Embassy of the country, which you intend to visit first.

All applications must be made in person. Postal applications cannot be accepted.

In general processing may take up to 20 working days depending on each individual case. Therefore, it is strongly recommended that you lodge your application at least 4 weeks before the planned journey. Please be advised applications in certain cases the processing may take longer. For more detailed information please contact the Embassy.

The Embassy can ask for additional documents as applications are dealt with on a case to case basis and this information leaflet cannot cover all eventualities. A visa cannot be issued unless all required documentation is provided.

The Embassy is closed on the following holidays:

  • 1 January - New Year's Day
  • 17 March - St Patrick's Day
  • March/April - Good Friday
  • March/ April - Easter Monday
  • 5 May 29 May - Bank Holiday Ascension Day
  • 2 June - June Bank Holiday
  • 9 June - Whit Monday
  • 4 August - August Bank Holiday
  • 27 October - October Bank Holiday
  • 25 and Friday 26 December - Christmas Day and St. Stephen's Day

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