From 31.12.2020 Ireland will move to Level 5 restrictions. Please read our FAQs before you book an appointment or travel to the Embassy.
The Federal Government has lifted the general entry and transport ban for journeys from Ireland to Germany with effect as of Sunday, 21 March 2021.
From 21 March 2021, residents of Ireland may again travel to Germany without particular restrictions while observing the registration, test and quarantine regulations in place.
For more detailed Information, please have a look at our FAQs.
Short-term visas are also called “Schengen-Visa” as they allow a stay up to 90 days in a 180-day timeframe in the Schengen area. A short-term visa is needed for any stay shorter than 90 days.
If you intend to stay longer than 90 days, you would have to apply for a long-term visa (also called “national visa”).
You can check here if you have to apply for a visa to travel to Germany.
You can check here if you need an Airport Transit visa.
You can check here if you need a visa if you have an Irish travel document.
In order to apply for a visa, you must make an appointment. Please check the relevant page below to find out how to book an appointment.
Please note that we are currently fully booked for weeks in advance and would like to ensure that all appointments are being attended. If you are not able to attend, please contact us to cancel your appointment so that another customer can benefit from the available slot.