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British Embassy for Ireland - Address / Phone Number

British Embassy for Ireland

United Kingdom Embassy in Ireland

Address: 29 Merrion Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4
City: Dublin (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT 0 hours)
Tel.: 01 205 3700
Fax: 01 205 3885
Working hours: Monday to Friday, 9.00 – 17.00

The Embassy supports the British government’s main aims overseas: helping British nationals, processing visas and legal documents, keeping Britain safe, and making Britain prosperous. They work on the economic and trade aspects of the bilateral relations between UK and Ireland, advising the British government on Irish policy, and improving Anglo-Irish work in areas such as foreign policy, the EU, science and innovation, energy, sustainable development, climate change, illegal immigration and counter-terrorism. The Embassy also supports the UK’s foreign policy goals in Ireland and maintain a strong diplomatic relationship between the two countries, as well as protecting British nationals in Ireland. This work is carried out by the staff of the British Embassy in Dublin.

NOTE: British nationals who need emergency assistance outside normal office hours should call +353 (1) 205 3700 where they will be given details on how to proceed and how to contact a duty officer if needed.

The British Embassy can assist with the following:

  • provide information about transferring funds
  • provide appropriate help if you have suffered rape or serious assault, are a victim of other crime, or are in hospital
  • help people with mental illness
  • do all we properly can to contact you within 24 hours of being told that you have been detained
  • offer support and help in a range of other cases, such as child abductions, death of relatives overseas, missing people and kidnapping
  • contact family or friends for you if you want
  • make special arrangements in cases of terrorism, civil disturbances or natural disasters

An emergency travel document lets one leave another country if you cannot get a new or replacement British passport in time to travel. One can apply for an emergency travel document (sometimes known as an ‘emergency passport’) if the applicant is a British national outside the UK and his/her passport has been lost, stolen, damaged or has expired.

An emergency travel document allows one to leave the country one is in and travel to the destination via a maximum of 5 countries. The emergency travel document can also cover a return journey if one is resident in the country he/she is applying from.

The emergency travel document will only be valid for the journey that you specified when you applied and for a specific period of time. This will be shown on the document. Your existing British passport will be cancelled in most cases. Immigration authorities may keep your emergency travel document when you arrive at your destination.

NOTE: An emergency travel document does not guarantee entry to every country. You may also need a visa. Check with the embassy or consulate of the country or countries you’re intending to travel to or through.

The British Embassy in Ireland offers a notarial service for British nationals. An appointment must be made for this service. If there is no specific formal requirement for a notarial service to be provided by the British Embassy, local notaries or lawyers can sometimes provide these services more conveniently than the British Embassy.

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