Every country has different embassies of every other country in them to increase the level of interaction between these countries. Embassies are commonly located in the capital cities of every country. Hanoi is the city of Vietnam in which the Embassy of Ireland is situated.
Every embassy certainly has a Chief or a Head called as the Head of Mission. The Head of Mission of the embassy of Ireland is Ms CÃ¡it Moran, Ambassador. Being in a different country for tourism or for any other purpose requires you to verify or compose several documents and for this purpose you might need some assistance. An embassy is a place where you can have all of the legalities done lawfully with all the consular services provided by the embassy. You must check schedules from the embassy’s respective website to visit it and make sure to have an appointment first.
Head of Mission: Ms CÃ¡it Moran, Ambassador
Due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) disease the Irish Embassy in Hanoi could have adjusted its office hours or services. Please do confirm personally.
Tourists are always in search of beautiful and attractive places to visit. Ireland is a quite popular place for tourism as it has a number of historical places, and many other eye-catchy spots for tourists. There are a lot of tourists that visit Ireland almost every year.
There are many consular services that the embassy of Ireland offers to the tourists. The most common services are visa or passport processing, marriage registration along with document legalization as well. These consulate services are listed below:
Visa types granted by Ireland are;
To make contact with the embassy, you can simply make appointments using the contact number and email provided on the official website of that embassy. Making appointments is compulsory to pay visits and for that purpose you should check the schedules too which are also present on the website.
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To whom it concerns, Myself and two other girls arrived in Vietnam on Sunday and are currently in quarantine. We are fully vaccinated but because the Irish vaccination cert has yet to be verified and approved here we are expected to do the 2 weeks hotel quarantine and 2 weeks self-isolation. Is there any update on when it will be verified as it would be great if it was in the next two weeks before we leave hotel quarantine. Thanks. Kind regards, Lisa Callinan