Embassy and Consulates of Belgium in Ireland

Belgium in Ireland - An Bheilg in Éireann

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The majority of the country is now at Level 2 in the Government's Alert Level Framework.  There are some additional restrictions for Dublin which may be increased in the coming days.  

  • Non-essential international travel should still be avoided.  People arriving in Ireland from overseas must continue to self-isolate for 14 days and complete the Passenger Locator Form.  
  • At Level 2 the majority of areas of economy are open but with restrictions in place.  For detailed information click here.  
  • For detailed information about restrictions in place in Dublin city and county, click here.

To stop the spread of Covid-19 it is very important to continue to :

  1. Practise social distancing,
  2. Wash hands frequently,
  3. Wear your mask (in indoor public places, on public transport and outdoors where social distancing is not possible) 
  4. Limit the number of people you interact with

If you feel unwell, you should contact your doctor BY TELEPHONE and follow the instructions.  For medical emergencies phone 112 or 999.  For more information from the HSE click here or phone 1850 24 1850.  

 
Dublin

 

 
New: online appointment system

For visa applications, click here.
For all other consular activities, click here.

 

Manneken PisAre you a Belgian who has recently moved to Ireland and would like to register with the Embassy in Dublin? Did you lose your passport while you were travelling through Ireland as a tourist? Do you need to request a visa in order to travel to Belgium? Then you’ve come to the right address.

This website will keep you up to date on consular matters that are specifically applicable to Belgians in Ireland, current events in Belgian foreign policy and other useful information or events.

 

News

28 Sep

Belgian Minister of Foreign Affairs and Defense Philippe Goffin and United States Ambassador to the Kingdom of Belgium Ronald Gidwitz signed a “preclearance” agreement on Monday that will allow passengers boarding flights from Brussels Airport to the United States to clear U.S. customs and immigration prior to embarkation in Brussels, and to save time upon arrival. This agreement, which has been under discussion for several years, will help further strengthen the already substantial trade and investment between the two countries and promote Brussels Airport as a trans-Atlantic hub.

25 Sep

This Friday September 25, Foreign Minister Philippe Goffin will co-chair a high-level event dedicated to the humanitarian impact of combined conflict, climate and environmental risks with the European Commissioner for Crisis Management Janez Lenarcic and the Minister of Environment of Niger Almoustapha Garba. This event is organized in the margins of the United Nations General Assembly.

24 Sep

Today the virtual ministerial meeting on R2P - the Responsibility to Protect - will take place in the margins of the High Level Meeting of the General Assembly of the United Nations.

24 Sep

Minister of Foreign Affairs Philippe Goffin participates today to a high-level debate of the United Nations Security Council on the theme "Global governance after the COVID-19 pandemic".

21 Sep

September 21 marks the 75th anniversary of the United Nations. Belgium is a founding member of the UN and the very first President of the General Assembly was Belgian Foreign Minister Paul-Henri Spaak. Faced with the challenges of our time, Belgium remains more than ever convinced of the importance of the role of the UN and multilateralism in the search for effective and harmonious solutions fostering peace and sustainable development. This commitment is also demonstrated by its mandate in the Security Council, where Belgium was elected for the 6th time.