The Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Ireland provides services to Dutch nationals who live, work, travel or do business in Ireland.
Rapid test as well as PCR test compulsory for people entering the Netherlands from the UK, Ireland and South Africa
People arriving in the Netherlands by aircraft from Ireland and South Africa or by aircraft or ferry from the United Kingdom must provide proof that they have tested negative for coronavirus following a rapid test directly before departure. This is in addition to the negative PCR test that must have been conducted no more than 72 hours before arrival. The new requirement also applies to people working in the transport sector, such as lorry drivers, and to ferry and airline crews.
Applying for a Dutch passport or ID in Ireland
Your personal checklist will help you bring the right documents to the embassy in Dublin.
Dutch education in Ireland
The school finder helps you find schools providing Dutch education in Ireland.
Applying for consular declarations
The embassy or consulate can draw up a consular declaration for you.
Netherlands embassy in Dublin
- 160 Merrion Road
- Dublin 4