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NotesThis consulate is closed. Please refer to the Embassy of Ireland in Mexico.

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Embassy of Ireland
Fri, 18 Oct 2013 12:00 EDT
Change of contact details --- Urgent
The Embassy of Ireland in Mexico kindly requests that you modify your contact details, we do not have an Honorary Consulate in Lima anymore, and Michael Russell should no longer appear as Honorary Consul as he is now retired.

People should contact the Embassy of Ireland in Mexico directly.


Embassy of Ireland
Cda Blvd Manuel Avila Camacho 76-3
Lomas de Chapultepec
Mexico DF 11000
Mexico
Tel. +525555205803
www.irishembassy.com.mx
mexicoembassy@dfa.ie
Embassy of IRELAND
Thu, 17 Oct 2013 19:13 EDT
Urgent
URGENT
Cónsul Honorario Michael G. Russell
Dirección Av. Paseo de la Republica 5757 B
Urb. San Antonio,
Miraflores,
Lima 18
Perú
Teléfono local: (01) 242.9516
internacional: +51.1.242.9516
Fax local: (01) 242.2640
internacional: +51.1.242.2640
Email irishconsulperu@yahoo.ca


Good day Embassy Finder,

We kindly request that you please remove the information pasted above, the Embassy of Ireland in Mexico has NO diplomatic or consular mission in Peru and we DO NOT WORK with the IRLANDA VISA SERVICIO PERU. And Michael Russell is no longer the Honorary Consul.

This service charges Peruvians a visa fee that they should NOT pay, Peruvians do NOT pay a visa fee.

For Ireland, people need to check the following for detailed information on how to apply for a visa.

Embassy of Ireland
Cda Blvd Manuel Avila Camacho 76-3
Lomas de Chapultepec
Mexico DF 11000
Mexico
Tel. +525555205803
www.irishembassy.com.mx
mexicoembassy@dfa.ie
Embassy of Ireland
Thu, 17 Oct 2013 16:44 EDT
urgent
LA EMBAJADA DE IRLANDA LES PIDE ATENTAMENTE QUE CUALQUIER TRAMITE DE VISA U OTRO LO HAGAN DIRECTAMENTE CON LA EMBAJADA NO TENEMOS NINGUN SERVIO DE VISAS EN PERU, LOS PERUANOS NO DEBEN PAGAR LA VISA -- ES GRATUITA --- SOLAMENTE PAGAN LA MENSAJERIA POR ENVIAR SUS DOCUMENTOS A MEXICO COSTO QUE SOLVENTA EL APLICANTE Y LUEGO 50 DOLARES QUE PAGAN A LA EMBAJADA POR ENVIARLES DE REGRESO SU PASAPORTE.
****** NO SE DEJEN SORPRENDER ******
PARA CUALQUIER DUDA SOBRE IRLANDA POR FAVOR CONSULTEN

********* mexicoembassy@dfa.ie **********
****** www.irishembassy.com.mx **********

no se deje sorprender por servicios que cobran mucho

PARA REQUISITOS PUEDEN ACCESAR

***** www.inis.gov.ie *********

NO SE DEJEN SORPRENDER
Julius Enciso
Sat, 3 Aug 2013 00:58 EDT
Julius
as this Mr. Michael'm the guy who wanted to ireland visa information because I had friends in Cork want much for your help
John Murphy
Wed, 19 Jun 2013 10:15 EDT
Great Time in Peru!
I had a great time in peru...THANKS!
Jared
Wed, 19 Jun 2013 07:36 EDT
To MILAGRITOS AHRENS
Any "job offer" where you have to pay money first is a scam.
MILAGRITOS AHRENS
Thu, 13 Jun 2013 13:53 EDT
NEED INFORMATION REGARDING EXUR LTD.
I NEED TO KNOW IF THERE IS A COMPANY CALLED EXUR Ltd located at Hume House, Seventh Floor, Balls Bridge, Dublín 4, Irish (Irlanda). I mean, if this company exists and if it holds a call center in Mexico.

So, there is a woman, called Yanira from Mexico and she is offering me a job regarding surveys, but I have to pay her 23 dollars for it.

Then she says, the more surveys you answer, the most money you do. Also that the companies, hire by Exur ltd., will pay me for this job "make money with surveys"

Is this true?? I have logged in the company and all the information is written in Spanish.

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