Accessibility for people with impairments

We endeavor to make your visit to the Embassy as easy and comfortable as possible.

Please let us know if you need any special assistance when coming to the Embassy by simply sending a quick e-mail to us.

Select: Accessibility in the e-mail form. 


Unfortunately, there are no public parking spaces on the grounds of the Embassy. However, it is possible to use the parking spaces on the street in the surrounding areas.

Accessibility to the building

The entrances to the passport- and visa department as well as the main building are all wheelchair accessible.

However, the Embassy does not have wheelchair accessible bathrooms.

For information about accessibility and support for special needs in Ireland, please contact the Embassy via our contact form

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National Advocacy Service for people with disabilities

The National Advocacy Service (NAS) was set up to provide independent, representative advocacy services for people with disabilities.

Sign Language

Sign Language Interpreting Service to ease communication between hearing, deaf or hard of hearing people in Ireland. All ISL interpreters have been formally accredited as Sign Language Interpreters.

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The website provides lists & links to help you to find all the main services & entitlements for people with disabilities.


The HSE provides a range of services for people with intellectual, physical & sensory disabilities or autism. These services include basic health services as well as assessment, rehabilitation, income maintenance, community care and residential care.