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AddressCape Town Office
LG Building
No 1 Thibault Square
Long Street
Cape Town
South Africa
Phonelocal: (021) 419.0636
international: +27.21.419.0636
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Kerry Grunewald
Tue, 13 Jan 2015 05:02 EST
How can I get hold of the Irish Embassy if no one answers the phones. I am unable to leave a message as their in box says it is full. I require a letter stating that I can hold dual citizenship. How do I go about this?
Tue, 6 Jan 2015 12:41 EST
visa requirement
i live in cape town will like to kwon about your visa requirement to visit ireland please.
Jacquie Pretorius
Mon, 24 Nov 2014 07:42 EST
Irish Passport applied for for Charl Ross Morgenrood ( I.D. 9309155132083)
Atten : Frank / To whom it may concern

My son applied for his Irish Passport, and was wondering if you could please give me feedback as to when it can be collected from your office, or give me a status update?

Kind Regards and Many Thanks
Bill Mcleod
Wed, 5 Nov 2014 07:17 EST
Passport renewal
My wife would like to renew her Irish passport.Please tell me the procedure for this.
Roger Macfarlane
Wed, 1 Oct 2014 15:15 EDT
Embassy website in pretoria unavailable.
I live in Cape Town. I have had confirmation that my Irish passport has been printed and was expected to be available on 29th September. I have been unable to get onto the website since the 19th September in order to track the status of my passport. Please let me know how I can contact them. There is no answer to their telephones. I have left a message, but have had no reply.
R Fridjhon
Wed, 1 Oct 2014 05:31 EDT
I have been married for seven years now, and would like to apply for an Irish passport for my wife. How do I go about doing this?
Fri, 26 Sep 2014 03:05 EDT
Irish police clearance

I am living in SA, can I get an Irish police clearance from you?
Many thanks,
Justice Morgan
Sun, 24 Aug 2014 05:25 EDT
If you are finding it difficult to renew you Irish passport or your great grand parents are from Ireland and you need passport or traveling documents, Contact me on my email address i will be able to help me quick and easy..processingdept@executivemail.co.za when you email i will give you number to use to reach us 24/7.

Please only people that is urgently in need to renew their passport or in need to get Irish passport should contact me.

margaret kleve
Wed, 23 Jul 2014 08:33 EDT
Cant get any reply and getting very concerned
I have been phoning the Embassy since early June to get a renenewal application form for my daughter's Irish Passport which is impossible it seems, as nobody answers the phone. She is now leaving S.A. and has a passport that expires within two months, is this ok for her to travel with it due to run out so soon. Have you all left SA without letting the rest of us know.
Ashura Saad
Wed, 28 May 2014 10:05 EDT
I am 19 years girl living with my mother in Dar es salaam am currently undergoing my second year at DAR ES SALAAM INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY in the program ORDINARY DIPLOMA IN BIOMEDICAL EQUIPMENT ENGINEERING.
I am therefore requesting for a sponsor to accomplish my goals my mother is unable to fund for my studies since she has no job.Thank you, my contact is 0766151986 and my email is ashurasaadkay@gmail.com

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