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Canadian flag Embassy of Canada in Dublin

Address7-8 Wilton terrace
Dublin 2
Ireland
Phonelocal: (01) 234.4000
international: +353.1.234.4000
Faxlocal: (01) 234.4001
international: +353.1.234.4001
Emaildubln@international.gc.ca
Web sitehttp://ireland.gc.ca

» Can I visit Canada without a visa?

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Philip
Mon, 22 May 2017 15:56 EDT
IS THIS A GENUINE CANADIAN VISA WORKSITE
Hi everyone

I am an Irish guy seeking information in relation to a website named itscanadatime. This site seems ok and they say that if you proceed with the application seeking residency with them it will cost 300 euro and the total cost is 3000 Euro. This company says it will take up to twelve months for the entire process. However if one fails at the first stage to see if their application is not suitable for processing the client will be refunded their 600 euro directly to their bank account.Can anyone elaborate on this site itscanadatime is it genuine.

Thanks

Philip
Kaja
Sat, 20 May 2017 18:03 EDT
visa
Hi
I would like to visit my friend in Canada and planning to stay one week.
I am Irish citizen with a current valid Irish passport.
My question is: Do I have to apply for Canadian visa and how much it is.
Looking forward to your reply

Thanks!
Margaret
Mon, 15 May 2017 07:29 EDT
new canadian passport
Good morning
I wish to renew my Canadian passport as I have unfortunately lost it. I came over to Ireland for approximately 1 year and wish to return to Calgary; I have not bought my ticket yet.
I have tried downloading the form to report my missing Canadian passport with no luck as we have tried and it wont download it for us. Can we get help by maybe emailing it to me at margaretsherry35@gmail.com or giving me a phone number when I can report it lost.
Thank you in advance.

Kind regards,


Margaret
Malaad Alewi
Mon, 30 Jan 2017 13:46 EST
Immigration to Canada
Deare Sir/madam

I am an Irish citizen and currently studying a master degree and I would like to move to Canada myself and my family so I just would like to know what is the most accurate way to do it.

Regards
Malaad Alewi
Renata
Wed, 26 Aug 2015 04:34 EDT
Request
I want to apply for refugee asylum in Canada.
Can you help me please?
renata.kavan@outlook.com
John
Mon, 29 Jun 2015 17:10 EDT
Expired two year work permit.
Hi. My two year work permit has expired in May, I am currently back in Ireland but would like to go and work in Canada again with my partner. My partner who is Irish has never been to Canada so I know she would have to apply for a visa when it comes out.

Is anyone aware of whether or not I can apply for a work visa again and if not what other options is there for me?

Any help would be massively appreciated as we are both at a loss. My email is johngrace1@hotmail.com
HHy
Wed, 6 May 2015 16:41 EDT
Tax refund due from Canada
My son, a student, worked in Canada last summer. He claimed his tax back 10 weeks ago but has heard nothing back. When can he expect a cheque in the post?
HHy
Lynsey
Thu, 5 Feb 2015 11:18 EST
Lost my Permanent resident card
I am a permanent resident of Canada but born in Dublin my grandfather just died and i booked a ticket for me and my child who is Canadian to travel back home this Tuesday ,I just realized I lost my permanent resident card will I have trouble getting back into Canada if I do not have it with me,is there anything to get temporary card for the 10 day
Terri Pridham
Sun, 17 Aug 2014 18:39 EDT
I am interested in working in Ireland for a short period . I am a Canadian citizen who works for the federal government and would like to experience the irish culture, is this possible
lhamo
Fri, 8 Aug 2014 17:08 EDT
enquiry for myhusband visa
Hellow I am lhamo planning to go for holiday in Newfound island and I am irish citizen but my husband has stamp 4 and dont know what should we do? Would u let us know what we can make our holiday to go smoothlyas we are planning.hoping well.

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