Embassy & Consulates of Ireland in China

Embassy of Ireland in Beijing 

Ambassador: H.E. Mr. Movsisian Vahagn
Address: No. 3, Ri Tan Dong Lu, Chaoyang District
Postal Code: 100600
Tel: (+86)10 6532 2691, 6532 2914
Fax: (+86)10 6532 6857       
E-mail:beijingembassy@dfa.ie
Website: https://www.dfa.ie/irish-embassy/china/
Office Hours: 09:00 - 12:30, 14:00 - 17:00 (Mon. - Fri.)

Commercial Section
Address: Room C612A Beijing Lufthansa Centre, No.50 Liang Ma Qiao Lu, Chaoyang District
Tel: (+86)10 8448 8080
Fax: (+86)10 8448 4282

Visa Office
Address: 2-11-1 Ta Yuan Diplomatic Office Building, No.14 Liang Ma He Nan Lu
Tel: (+86)10 6532 6945, 6532 6971
Fax: (+86)10 6532 6956
E-mail: irishvisabeijing@dfanet.ie
Office Hours: 09:30-12:00, 14:30-16:00, Mon.-Fri. (also accept telephone enquiries) 

 
Consular Areas of Irish embassy and consulates:
Embassy in Beijing All regions of China not covered below.
Consulate-General in Shanghai Shanghai Municipality, Provinces of Zhejiang, Jiangsu, Anhui & Jiangxi
Honorary Consulate in Hong Kong Hong Kong & Marco

Consular Assistance for Irish Citizens in China

1.Register with the Irish embassy or consulate. Please duly fill out a Registration Form (It is available at the embassy's website) and mail it to the embassy or consulate. If you are in distress, the consular officials can contact you as soon as possible.

2. If your passports are lost, stolen or damaged, the embassy or consulate can issue a replacement passport or emergency travel documents on absolutely urgent occasions. You can apply for a new passport if you can provide the following documents: one properly filled-in Passport Application Form (APS2), two passport standard photos (taken in recent six months, 35mm x 45mm in size) signed by the witness on the back, your most recent Irish passport (if available) and proof of Irish citizenship. The processing of passport applications takes at least four or five weeks. You'd better take a copy of your passport and visa.

3. If you need urgent medical treatment, embassy or consulate can offer general advice about the local medical services, contact with hospitals or doctors, provide a list of local English-speaking doctors, inform your kin about your illness or accident. However, the embassy can't pay for your medical or hospital bills.

4. If you are arrested, imprisoned in China, the embassy also can offer some certain help, it you want to know the details, please refer to the official website of Irish embassy.

 
Fees for Different Types of Passport
Passport Valid for 3 Years (for infants under the age of 3) RMB 150
Passport Valid for 5 Years (for children between the age 3 and 17) RMB 250
Passport Valid for more than 10 Years (for people aged 18-64) RMB 1,000
Passport Valid for 10 Years (for people aged 18-64) RMB 750
Passport Valid for 10 Years (for people aged 65 and over) Free
Urgent Fee Plus Passport Fee (Issue the passport on the same day or the second day after the applications are submitted) RMB 500(RMB 250 for child)
Emergency Fee Plus Passport Fee (submit applications after office hours and issue passport on the spot) RMB 1,000(RMB 500 for child)

 

Consulate General of Ireland in Shanghai

Address: Suite 700A, Shanghai Centre, No.1376, Nanjing West Road
Tel: (+86)21 6279 8729
Fax: (+86)21 6279 8739
Office Hours: 09:30-12:30, 14:00-17:30 (Mon.-Fri.)
E-mail: shanghai@dfa.ie
Consular Areas: Shanghai, Zhejiang Province, Jiangsu Province, Anhui Province, Jiangxi Province

 Please contact China Embassy in Ireland  if Irishes will go to China.
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- Last modified on Mar. 25, 2019 -
Questions & Answers on Embassy & Consulates of Ireland in China
Asked by JANET from CHINA | Jul. 02, 2019 04:56Reply
CAN I APPLY VISIT VISA FROM HERE IN CHINA OR FROM MY HOME COUNTRY?
Good day, I'm from Nigeria, I work in China with(Z)visa as an English teacher, can I apply for a tourist visa to Ireland alongside with my son and my husband for summer holiday, can I apply from here in China or from my home country?what are the procedures to follow ?
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Answered by Demi from USA | Jul. 02, 2019 20:19
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Janet, you can contact with Ireland Embassy in China for detailed information.
Asked by zahid from PAKISTAN | Mar. 25, 2019 08:34Reply
I am from Pakistan,live and study in shanghai.
I have a plan to visit Ireland during summer vacations.it's my first year in china,I have to study here for three year to complete my master degree.what's documents i need for apply visit visa.How much money i have to submit in bank.Kindly give me all information's because i am very confused because it's not my home country.
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Answered by Brenda from HUNGARY | Mar. 25, 2019 20:42
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You can apply for student X type for studying in China. You need to prepare the relevant documents including your passport and its copy, the application form, a passport-style photo, admission letter and JW form from the school as well as others. Just for reference.
Asked by gordon greenwood from IRELAND | Jan. 10, 2017 22:33Reply
what kind of visa does my wife need
I am british passport holder living and working in ireland since 1988. My wife is Chinese. My wife wants to come and live with me in ireland.

What paperwork or visa does she need.
If she was coming to visit as a family member can she do this and for What length of time on a visit visa
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Answered by Ashley from MALAYSIA | Jan. 11, 2017 19:45
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Gordon, she needs to provide 2 passport-sized color photos, her passport and copy of its data page, a completed application form, proof of her financial support, accommodation arrangement, travel insurance, and invitation letter from you, as well as your marriage certificate, and other documents required by the consular officers.
As for other relevant information, you are advised to contact with the embassy of Ireland in China to inquire. Tel: 0086-10-65322691
Asked by Dean Kane from IRELAND | Jul. 15, 2015 10:12Reply
Adding pages to my current passport?
I have no pages left in my current passport, which is still valid until 2017. I live in Wuhan and would like to know how I can apply for additional pages. This would be the first time doing so.

Dean Kane
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Answered by Edison from KENYA | Jul. 16, 2015 02:28
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Dean, as many countries do not add pages to passport now, I'm not sure whether it is the same case in your country. You need to first confirm this with the embassy in Beijing. The contact information is as follows:

Telephone: (+86 10) 8531 6200
Fax: (+86 10) 6532 6857
Email: beijingdfa.ie
Opening hours: Monday-Friday: 9:00 - 12:30 and 14:00 - 17:00
Asked by Glenn Monteith from CHINA | Dec. 29, 2014 23:03Reply
I would like to make the Irish Birth Registration for my child who was born in China.
I would like to make the birth registration for my child who was born in China, can I make an appointment do do all of this in person in Beijing? if yes what should I prepare in advance and who should I contact, or if not what is the best way to arrange?

Glenn Monteith
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Answered by Mary from KUWAI | Jan. 08, 2015 01:39
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Glenn, I tried to find some information on the website of Irish embassy in China. Unfortunately, there is no useful information. Perhaps, you may make a call to consult for further information.

Telephone: (+86 10) 8531 6200
Email: beijingdfa.ie
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