If you currently living in Canada as an Irish citizen and you need the Irish passport renewal in Canada, you don’t need to worry, you can do this process online with iVisa.com
Below we answer the most popular questions about the Irish passport renewal in Canada and all you need to know.
Frequently Asked Questions
How is the process for the Irish passport renewal form?
First thing that you need to know is that you can get an Irish passport online, following the step-by-step instructions that will be provided below.
Remember, you can renew online as long as your previous Irish passport is no more than 5 years out of date.
You do not have to verify your identity when renewing your passport using the online service. If your current passport has more than 12 months of validity remaining at the time of your renewal application, you will have to send the original passport by post.
So, the documents that you need for the Irish passport renewal in Canada are as follows:
- A digital photograph
- An email address
- A Credit/debit card (Visa, MasterCard, Diners Club International and American Express cards are accepted)
How much is the government fee?
These are the government fees for the Irish passport renewal in Canada
- The Standard Process 10-year, 34-page passport
- Passport Online – €75 / $86.71
How much is the process for the Irish passport renewal?
Right now this service is not available with iVisa.com, but it will be soon! Please keep checking back for more information on prices and processing times.
How much time do I need to wait to have my passport?
Once we process your application, it will take between 10 or 15 business days to receive your new passport.
Can I trust iVisa.com?
Of course! At iVisa.com we have more than a decade of experience of helping people around the world with visa processes. To feel more secure about starting this process, we invite you to check out our reviews section to know more about us, and about the Irish passport renewal in Canada.
I have other questions; How can I contact you?
If you have any other questions about the Irish passport renewal in Canada, we have a great support team at iVisa.com 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for you.
Go to Rome!
Rome is a beautiful city with many sites to visit. The Colosseum, the Roman Forum and Caesar Augustus's forum are all historical places worth visiting. The Vatican is also a place of interest as it is home to the Sistine Chapel and Saint Peter's Basilica. A fascinating place to visit outside of Rome is Lake Bracciano. This lake holds many secrets, the most fascinating of which is an underwater city.
Beginning with the Colosseum, this enormous amphitheater once upon a time housed exotic animals and gladiators in mock battles. Now it is one of the world's best-preserved ancient structures, and recent archaeological findings have unearthed secret passageways which were used by actors during shows to make swift entrances onto the stage.
The Roman Forum was where great emperors such as Julius Caesar, Augustus and Trajan once walked along its marble paths towards the Colosseum for meetings with their soldiers or speeches to an adoring public. The forum has been excavated piece by piece from all around Rome over hundreds of years. In fact it took 2,000 people working almost every day for 35 years just to uncover one of Rome's most famous landmarks - the Arch of Constantine.
Today it is a favorite place for tourists to walk and see the remains of magnificent temples, basilicas and pillars. To highlight just how much effort went into excavating this area, in 2010 Italian archaeologists discovered a 2,000 year-old wooden drain pipe which was still draining rainwater from the Palatine Hill through marble pipes into the River Tiber.
The nearby area called Lake Bracciano is said to contain a mysterious submerged city. Locals have long spoken of relics being seen protruding from the water's surface or debris that has floated ashore during bad weather. Many are convinced they are evidence of an entire civilization lost under the waves behind them. However, this hasn't stopped people from visiting the lake to search for clues above and below water.