The Honorary Consul will endeavour to provide assistance where possible to all Jordanian citizens who may be experiencing difficulties in Ireland or who may require general advice or information.
Jordanians living in Ireland are invited to register their details with the Consulate by e-mail, post or by telephone.
However, for all matters relating to Jordanian passports, travel documents, family and identification documents, changes of status etc, Jordanian citizens should contact the embassy in London directly at: www.jordanembassyuk.org
Important changes in visa procedures for Jordan
With immediate effect, all visa applications for Jordan will be processed electronically through the E-Visa Application Services administered by the Jordanian Ministry of Interior.
This electronic service will substitute the visa issuance process previously conducted through the Consulate in Dublin and the Jordanian embassy in London.
This change applies to all applicants, including Arab and Foreign nationals, seeking to visit the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan.
E-visa applications will now be processed and issued directly and exclusively through the Ministry of Interior via the following link : https://eservices.moi.gov.jo.
For Official and/or Diplomatic passports to obtain a gratis visa, based on reciprocal arrangements, the Embassy in London should be contacted to issue such visa electronically and remotely.
Email address: email@example.com
25th March 2023
Legalisation Services provided by the Consulate fall into two categories:
1. Commercial invoices, shipping and other documents from commercial enterprises.
2. Personal documents from private individuals, e.g. birth certificates, exam results, college degree certificates, etc.
All commercial documents must be certified in advance by the Arab-Irish Chamber of Commerce and all Commercial Legalisation services are provided through the Chamber’s offices only: www.aicc.ie
Documents from private individuals must be authenticated by the Department of Foreign Affairs & Trade prior to submission to the Consulate.
The Legalisation Fee for personal/private documents is Euro 20.00 per document.
NOTE: Personal Applicants must contact the Hon. Consul in advance to arrange how the document(s) will be processed. Do not send any documents in the post without prior agreement with the Hon. Consul.
For Jordanians seeking information about Ireland, there are many excellent sources available over the Internet, and the following are particularily useful:
www.gov.ie: Provides extensive information about all aspects of Government Services in Ireland.
www.enterprise-ireland.com: For information about suppliers of goods and services in Ireland.
www.idaireland.com: Supports overseas investors who wish to establish in Ireland
www.discoverireland.com: For full information and assistance about visiting Ireland.
There is an abundance of good quality information about Jordan available over the Internet, and links to many of the best sources are provided through this website. In general they are of high quality, accurate and up-to-date, and they are available in English.
If, having searched through these sources, further information is required you are invited to contact the Consulate and we will try to assist.
A stock of tourist information about Jordan is retained by the Consul and is available upon request.
9.00am to 5.00pm Monday to Friday
Visit office by prior appointment only
Consulate of The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, 84 Ardoyne House, Pembroke Park, Ballsbridge, Dublin D04 E393