The Arab-Irish Chamber of Commerce

Please note: Documentation collections available only between 8am and 3.30pm Monday to Friday

The Arab-Irish Chamber of Commerce was founded in 1987 to promote and support the growth and development of trade and commercial relations between Ireland and the Arab countries The AICC offers a range of specialist services to support Irish exporters in doing business with the Arab countries and to help Arab enterprises to do business in Ireland.

Key among these services are the provision of our AICC Certificates of Origin as required by the Arab countries; the Certification and Legalisation of all types of commercial documents; the delivery of a technical translation service to and from Arabic, and assistance with visas where required.

The Arab markets collectively are an important trading block for indigenous Irish exporters and their significance grows year by year. They are attractive markets for Irish exporters for many reasons: they import many of the products and services which Irish companies can supply competitively; they have considerable resources to fund their imports; their rising population causes demand to grow year after year - and they are not far away.

The AICC also organises events throughout the year to welcome visiting delegations and to facilitate networking and interaction between our members and clients.

Personal documents legalisation service  - To get started log on to https://personal.aicc.ie

The AICC office is open Monday to Friday 9am - 5pm

Arab Irish Chamber - Twitter Feed 

Arab Irish Chamber - Twitter Feed




Arab-Irish Chamber of Commerce is a registered business name of The Joint Arab-Irish of Commerce CLG,

34 Fitzwilliam Place, Dublin 2, Ireland.  Phone: + 353 (0) 1 662 4451.  Email;  info@aicc.ie.   VAT Registration Number 4739307I

Registered in Dublin, Ireland No: 101455 l The AICC office is open daily from 9am-5pm.

News and Updates

The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade have extended the waiting time for documents submitted by courier to 10 working days due to the increase in volume of documents. 

Ramadan is expected to start Wed 16th May and finish Thurs 14th June.  During this time the Arab Embassies work reduced hours which will result in a delay with processing documentation.  The Embassies will close for about 5 days for the Eid holiday at the end of Ramadan. The AICC will close approximately 14th and 15th June for the Eid holiday.