THE EMBASSY OF NIGERIA, DUBLIN WISHES TO INFORM MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC THAT MONDAY, 26TH AND TUESDAY, 27TH JUNE, 2017 HAVE BEEN DECLARED PUBLIC HOLIDAYS BY THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT OF NIGERIA TO MARK THE EID-EL-FITRI. CONSEQUENTLY, THE EMBASSY WILL BE CLOSED ON THESE DAYS. NORMAL BUSINESS WILL RESUME ON WEDNESDAY, 28YH JUNE, 2017. WE REGRET ANY INCONVENIENCES THIS MIGHT CAUSE ... Read More »
Olushola I. Iginla - Chargé D'Affaires
Welcome to the Embassy of Nigeria in Ireland
We welcome all visitors to the new user-friendly website of the Embassy of Nigeria, Ireland. Apart from providing visitors with updated information about all aspects of news concerning Nigeria from home and abroad.
Indeed, one important aspect of this new site is that it is intended to make the Mission’s Consular and Immigration services more readily accessible for users who will now be able to download the various forms for embassy transactions online. The appointment system has also been upgraded to make appointment bookings as smooth as possible. As you use this new site, feel free to share your thoughts on areas you think we can improve.
Please be advised that there are currently no more 64-page passports. Kindly apply for the 32-page passport for now.
All Applicants should also follow the E-Passport requirements and print requested documents when visiting the Embassy
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- Only passport applicants should book appointments online.
- Visits to the Embassy for any consular service is strictly by appointment.
- Any application received without fulfilling the requirements as stated on the Embassy’s website will not be processed and will be returned by post.
The ex-President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo was in Dublin, Ireland from May 29-1st June, 2017 to attend a meeting of the Interaction Council on African Development. During his visit, he and his colleagues were hosted by the President of Ireland, Mr. Michael D. Higgins and the Prime Minister of Ireland, Mr. Enda Kenny. The meeting ... Read More »
THE EMBASSY WISHES TO INFORM MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC THAT MONDAY 5TH JUNE, 2017 HAS BEEN DECLARED A PUBLIC HOLIDAY IN IRELAND. CONSEQUENTLY, THE EMBASSY WILL BE CLOSED ON THIS DAY. NORMAL BUSINESS WILL RESUME ON TUESDAY, 6TH JUNE, 2017. WE REGRET ANY INCONVENIENCES THIS MIGHT CAUSE MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC. SIGNED CHANCERY Read More »
This is to inform the Public that Passports from November 2016 to 15th March 2017 are ready for collection. (Note Collection is Thursdays 10 am to 4 pm and Fridays 10 am to 12 noon please.) Read More »
SUSPENSION OF ADMINISTRATIVE CHARGES FOR E-PASSPORT AND VISA APPLICATION. This is to inform the general public that following the directives from the Federal Government of Nigeria, the Embassy has stopped the collection of Administrative charges for E-Passport and Visas with immediate effect until further notice. However, Authentication of documents and Emergency Travel Documents (ETC) are not affected by this ... Read More »
6th March 2017 GENERAL NOTICE THE EMBASSY OF THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA IN DUBLIN, IRELAND WISHES TO NOTIFY THE GENERAL PUBLIC THAT NO AGENT IS REGISTERED WITH THE EMBASSY TO CONDUCT ANY BUSINESS REGARDING RENEWAL OF PASSPORTS, ISSUANCE OF VISAS OR BOOKING OF APPOINTMENT. CONSEQUENTLY, INSTRUCTION REGARDING THE ABOVE IS CLEARLY STATED ON THE EMBASSY’S WEBSITE. ANYBODY THAT DEALS ... Read More »