Where do you get Irish passports?

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  • You must be an Irish citizen in order to be eligible for an Irish passport.
  • You have a right to apply for a passport if you are 18 years or over. If you are under 18, you will need the consent of both parents or guardian(s) in writing in order to get your own passport.
  • Titles such as Mr, Mrs, Ms, Dr, Rev., Sir, Lord, Lady, etc. are not entered on Irish passports.
  • If the version of the name to be entered on the passport differs from the version of the name on the birth certificate, you must provide evidence of usage for at least two years, e.g. bank statement, driving licence, credit cards, etc. At least two examples of such evidence should be enclosed with your application.
  • A passport may be issued in the married name of an applicant if a civil marriage certificate is produced.
Passports for children
  • Since October 2004 all children, regardless of age, must obtain an individual Irish passport in their own name. Three year passports are available for children under 3, and five year passports are available for children between 3-17 years.
  • Children who are already included on a parent's passport, issued before October 2004, may continue to travel to most countries up to their 16th birthday along with that parent. There are, however, some exceptions.
  • There is more information on applying for a child's passport in document on passports for children.
Passport photographs
  • Four recent identical photographs of the passport holder must be included with each application. Two of these should be signed on the back by the person who witnesses the application. The witness should also write the form number shown in Section 9 of the application form on those two photographs. If you are applying in Ireland the witness must be a member of the Garda Síochána. If you are applying abroad, suitable categories of witness are listed on the application form.
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How much is it for an Irish passport please?

Standard passport, valid for ten years.. Available to persons aged 18 to 64 years. =€75. Large passport, valid for ten years.. Available on request to very frequent t

How do you get an Irish passport?

An Irish passport can be obtained at the Passprot Office in Dublin. You Can get the Irish Passport forms at the Post office. Complete the form and send with a Passport picture

Can you have both an English and Irish passport?

Yes. If you have the relevant criteria that entitle you to apassport for different countries then you can have more than onepassport. Many people have both Irish and British p
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What do you need to qualify for an Irish passport?

There are some complexities but generally you need to be born in Ireland and have Irish parents, or be born abroad but have Irish parents or grandparents. There are some co