How Many Irish Embassies/Consulates Are In Ghana?

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Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku
Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku
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Currently, Ireland has just one diplomatic representative office in Ghana.

The Ireland Honorary Consulate in Accra, Ghana is located at Pw House 10 Abidjan Avenue East Legon Accra Ghana. You can call them on Phone: + 233 30 251 8112.

Do Ghanaian citizens need a visa when travelling to Ireland?

Yes, Ghanaian citizens are required to obtain a valid visa in order to be allowed entry into Ireland. Please contact the consulate of Ireland in Ghana for further instructions.

Working Time

Working on weekdays, the Ireland Honorary Consulate may close during certain Ghanaian and Irish holidays.

Services Rendered By Honorary Consul of Ireland in Accra, Ghana

The Irish Consulate in Accra supports Ghanaian citizens through its consular services, if they:

  • Need general or specific info regarding Irish economy, culture, sports, education and more
  • Need information regarding requirements and process of getting Irish Citizenship
  • Specific contacts and information in Ireland
  • Want to apply and obtain Irish Visa

Visa and Passport services

Irish passports and visas are issued only to citizens whose main residence is in Ireland and Ghana.

The process of issuing a Visa and Passport of Ireland can take a few weeks.

The Irish Consulate in Accra will be the best representative to contact when you have questions about visa and passport matters.

How long does it take to get an Ireland visa in Ghana?

Usually, a decision is made within 8 weeks from the date on which you submitted your application. You can get detailed visa information from the Irish immigration website.

How much is the Ireland visa fee in Ghana?

Visa FeeAmount
Single Journey60 Euros
Multiple Journey100 Euros
VFS Service Fee142 GHS
Mandatory Courier Fee54 Euros

Bank statements required for Ireland

By providing evidence of funds, three (3) of your recent payslips will be needed. Up-to-date bank statements for the 6-month period immediately prior to your application showing the most recent transactions for the account, including any salary or other regular income, up to the date of your application.

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