Applying for a German Passport

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20.01.2020 - Article

Please note: The Embassy does not accept cheques for payment of fees. Payment can be made by cash, postal money order or credit card (Visa, Mastercard).

Passport applications from Northern Ireland will be processed by the Honorary Consul in Belfast, Dr. Angela Vaupel-Schwittay.

Please contact the Honorary Consul directly via email for an appointment and detailed Information.

Booking an Appointment

You can apply for a new passport at the Embassy after booking an appointment online.

Please book your appointment early, ideally six month in advance before the old document expires.

The appointments shown online are the earliest available. Due to high demand ahead of the holiday season, the earliest available appointment may be in 8-12 weeks.

Please see the following leaflet for information about fees and what documents to present at your appointment:

Leaflet: Applying for a German Passport PDF / 122 KB

Guidelines for Photographs

Make sure your photographs are suitable - find the Guidelines here

Pattern for passport photos for Adults

Biometrical Photographs for Children PDF / 300 KB

Forms for your appointment

Passport application form - for adults   PDF / 614 KB

Passport application form - for minors PDF / 559 KB

Declaration of Consent PDF / 360 KB

The following leaflets might also be useful for you:

Name declaration

German Identity Card

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You can apply for German Identity Cards in the German Embassy in Dublin.
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German Identity Card

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