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Lisa Stocks
Tue, 8 Apr 2014 05:24 EDT
Citizenship/Passport
Both my Parents have Irish Passports, although they were not born there. My dads side of the family were born in Ireland (His Grandparents). Can I get an Irish Passport? Please advise. Thanks.
Evelyn (Eveleen) Bell
Sun, 6 Apr 2014 06:53 EDT
Spelling of christian name
I have spelt my christian name as Evelyn for as long as I can remember. I applied to France for my State Pension. They say Eveleen appears on my Irish Birth Certificate and Evelyn appears on my Passport. I've never had any problem until now with using Evelyn in all documents. Please advise what I can do to rectify this. Thanks. Evelyn (Eveleen) Bell
Jennifer Ann connacher
Mon, 24 Mar 2014 14:58 EDT
Citizenship my husband six years has an Irish passport
I am a South African . My husband has an Irish passport . Do I qualify
We have a daughter of thirty years does she as well
safari
Sun, 16 Mar 2014 18:34 EDT
application for visa to ireland
I am writing on behalf of my wife she is a south africa citizen having a south africa passport , she would like to visit Ireland for a week , what does she need to have win order fore her to get a visa? Two she would like to go with a two and half years baby boy please advice or emails us on safari.masengi2@gmail.com or call us on 0730092943 she is planning to travel May as soon she has got all the information from you soon.
janine Syme
Mon, 24 Feb 2014 05:03 EST
Lost my Foreign birth certificate
Frank was going to email me the form I need to fill in to obtain my Foreign birth certificate - he has not yet emailed it to me - Please can it be emailed to janinesyme@gmail.com so I can begin the process as I need to register my baby's birth yet can only do this once I have my Foreign birth certificate of which I have lost :( Please help
ANNA MARAIS
Sun, 23 Feb 2014 05:55 EST
PASSPORT RENEWAL
My passport expires on 2 April 2015 but I shall be entering the USA in February 2015 and as a 6 month valid period is required, when should I apply for a renewal? How long will it take to have it renewed?
Thank you.
BORIS JOSEPH PATRICK PALCICH
Wed, 19 Feb 2014 03:01 EST
WHERE IS MY PASSPORT ?
I submitted the renewal application for my passport at end Oct 2013 through your Cape Town Consulate. I have phoned Frank 5 times and have left messages but no one has come back to me. It is now over 3 months since my renewal application was submitted. Can someone please please please help me as my passport is now urgently required for travel purposes. Many thanks Boris.
Ndunge
Mon, 17 Feb 2014 05:34 EST
work visa for two weeks
I work for Amazon.com here in Cape Town and have an Angolan passport with a work permit visa to SA, I would like to obtain a visa to Ireland to visit and work for two weeks at our offices in Cork, what shall I do, who do I speak to, what must i provide?

Regards
Ndunge
Anton Hanekom
Tue, 4 Feb 2014 04:05 EST
Renew / Apply for new
I would like to renew my passport and apply for passports for my kids, please let me know how I go about getting this done. Thx
sean fitzgerald
Fri, 24 Jan 2014 11:18 EST
lost irish passport
Hello. My mother is holidaying in cape town and her passport has possibly gone missing (left at last hotel, posted here but not shown up yet). How does she go about getting an emergency one if needs be? Please advise

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