Irish embassies in nearby countries

» Bulgaria

» Croatia

» Czech Republic

» Estonia

» Hungary

» Lithuania

» Poland

» Russia

» Serbia

» Slovakia

» Slovenia

» Turkey

Irish embassies worldwide

Other embassies and consulates in Riga

Irish flag Embassy of Ireland in Riga

AddressAlberta iela, 13
Rīga (Riga) LV-1010
Latvia
Phonelocal: 6703.9370
international: +371.6703.9370
Faxlocal: 6703.9371
international: +371.6703.9371
Emailrigaembassy@dfa.ie

» Can I visit Ireland without a visa?

Comments on this Embassy

kristania
Mon, 3 Jun 2013 15:50 EDT
my husband make imigration in irland
hi,i am kristania .i am living in latvia.my husband from bangladesh.he want imigration in ireland but we have special child.i cant do job becouse i am assistance of my child take care him.how can do imigration my husband with out my job?
livia
Fri, 11 Jan 2013 15:01 EST
Hi, my name is livia and i am from moldova but we live with my husband in ireland and my husband hav a GNIB EU family and he is traveling with a car true latvia. He is now in Latvia and he cant past becouse the guardian men sad the he can not travelling with GNIB. Is it corect?
Steven Grady Traylor
Wed, 5 Oct 2011 05:26 EDT
inquiry
Greetings. I am Irish have Irish passport W100752 (and machine readable, but do not have on me as I write this inquiry).

Would like to know if there is a Commercial Business representative working for the Irish Embassy in Latvia, representing the business interests of Irish citizens doing business in Latvia?

If so, would like his name in order to make contact with him - while I am in Riga.

Cheers,

s.g.t.

2-672-8167

Post a comment on this page

We invite you to share your experiences with the Irish Embassy — obtaining visas and other services, locating the building, and so on. Your comments may be seen by the public, so please do not include private information.

Your name
Headline
Your message
Max 2000 characters
 

This web site is not operated by the Embassy and your comments and questions will not necessarily be seen by its staff. Please note that this is not a forum for broad debate about the foreign policy of Ireland, and such topics will be deleted.