Death of an Indian National
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Death Certificate is issued by Embassy to Indian nationals, who passed away in Ireland

FEE: No fee is charged for registration of death and attestation of all relevant documents.

  1. Submission of Application and Documents to Embassy

Submit the following documents at Embassy of India, 6 Leeson Park, Dublin 6, Ireland:

  1. Request letter for issue of death certificate by next of kin

  2. Original Indian Passport of the deceased

  3. Post-mortem report giving the cause of the death and Death certificate, issued by hospital/municipal authorities (duly attested by the Irish Department of Foreign Affairs) ruling out foul play--- in original.

  4. Embalming certificate issued by the hospital/municipal authorities, duly attested by the Irish Department of Foreign Affairs (in case the body is to be transported to India)

NB: Before applying to the Embassy, please check all the above documents have been attached with the request letter.

Document submission time: Monday to Friday between 9:00am to 5:30pm. (Except holidays)* (In case of urgent requirement please call on 0899677454)


Processing Time: Same day

3. Collection Procedure for Death certificate:

Death certificate may be collected from the Embassy, on same day.

To receive the Death certificate by Post, applicants are required to send a self-addressed registered envelope with application (Tamper proof envelope only).

Documents Collection Time: - Monday to Friday between 9:00am to 5:30pm. (Except holidays)* (In case of emergency, death certificate is issued at the same time, if all documents are complete. For emergency contact Mobile no 0899677454)

For any further query please write or call:

Email ID: passport.dublin@mea.gov.in

Tel No. +353- 01-4966787 (1400 hrs to 1600 hrs)

*For list of holidays please click: http://www.indianembassydublin.gov.in/eoi.php?id=holidays



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