Visa Application Process
Please note that there are specific requirements when applying for a visa from the Dublin office.
Applications should be made online to the Ghana High Commission www.ghanahighcommissionuk.com
Select Dublin as the Processing Office
Select either Counter Service or Postal Service
One copy of the completed online form should be printed and signed (prints out as one page)
If Counter Service, select a date and time when you can attend at the Consulate to present hard copy documents and collect the visa. Cash or Postal Orders are accepted at counter but there are no card facilities available.
If Postal Service, a Postal Order payable to Ghana Consulate Dublin and enclose the relevant documents listed below. Include an €8 stamp if you wish to have your application returned by registered post. Postal applications are dispatched every Thursday. Otherwise please call 01-2303484 to arrange collection.
For all applications:
- Passports must be valid for at least 6 months to expiration
- One copy of the completed and printed application form
- One passport size photograph
- Tourist visas (B2) do not require a letter of invitation
- If you require a business visa (B1) or a voluntary worker visa (J1) you must be in possession of a letter from the sending and receiving organisation to support your application
- Minors and children under the age of 18 travelling to Ghana need written parental authorisation including copies of parents' passports
- In accordance with international health regulations, all persons entering Ghana are required to have a valid certificate of Immunisation against Yellow Fever. It is not necessary to send/bring it for your visa.
- The relevant fee:
Single transit €55
Multiple transit €75
Single entry (3 month) €80
Multiple entry (6 month) €130
Multiple entry (1 year) €195
Multiple entry (2 year) €260
Please note that Application Process will only commence on receipt of the hard copy of your application form with all required supporting documents at the Consulate either by post or at the counter.
Visas commence on the date that they are issued and are only valid for the time specified on the visa, therefore applicants must calculate the dates of their trip and not apply too early/late.