In the EU and in Switzerland, Irish citizens can travel, live, and work freely wherever they wish. Dublin’s Passport Office, part of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, issues Irish passports. Ireland has had biometric passports since 2006. A biometric chip can be found on the top-left corner of the passport card, which contains an image of the holder’s face, as well as a copy of the information printed on the card.
A passport issued by Ireland is known as an Irish passport. Ireland’s passport is a document that is used overseas and proves the holder’s citizenship of the European Union and nationality as an Irish citizen. Furthermore, it makes it possible to access consular assistance abroad from Irish embassies as well as from countries of the European Union.
You can find all necessary information to place an order for passport below:
Your given names:
Your sex (M or F):
Your date of birth:
Your place of birth (city and country):
Your passport number (optional):
Date of issue (optional):
Issuing authority (optional):
Your address (optional):
Your passport photo in digital format (color, white background, high resolution):
Written signature in digital format (black ink, white background, high resolution):
Any additional information: