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John O' Reilly
Mon, 11 Jan 2016 14:39 EST
Colon rapes
What a bunch of Nancy Boys. Are there any real men left in Germany to defend German women. Angela Merkel has a cheek to expect other countries to take surplus scum and destroy their countries too. Where are the storm troopers now
AN other
Fri, 24 Jul 2015 05:05 EDT

How can we get VISA application approved from Cork
Tue, 14 Apr 2015 09:27 EDT
How can we get VISA application approved from Cork ?
I am a Chinese , I am trying to visit Germany with my little boy who is 6 years old during his Summer holiday.

I work in Cork IT company now for more than 1 year.

How can we get VISA application approved from Cork ?
Evita Sadlowski
Sun, 2 Nov 2014 01:53 EDT
Der Sir , Madam,
My German Passport is running out next April 2015. I always got it through the German Consulate in Cork. Can I still do this in your office or do I have to go to Dublin now ?
If it is possible to apply in your office for a new passport , could you please give me dates and times for your office to apply for same.
Yours sincerely
Evita Sadlowski
Sun, 11 Aug 2013 10:06 EDT
Hi there,

Am originality from Rwanda and I married to a German Cityzen but I live in Dublin.
We have 2 child's born in Dublin.
All the time when am traveling to german alone I have to take a visa. but when I travel with my wife no visa need.
My question is this:
There's not a way of getting a permanent visa free for me? Then going all the time to the embassy????

Please help.
Tom-Holger de l'Arago
Wed, 13 Jun 2012 05:29 EDT
Bring it back...
Wann oeffnet ihr wieder, und vielleicht "etwas" wichtiger, was fuer erfahrung brauch ich um als Voluntar temporaer auszuhelfen bis...
Fri, 12 Aug 2011 10:02 EDT
I lost my identity card in Cork on 12th Aug 2011.
I had to learn that the conulate is closed so I have to go to the embassy in Dublin to be able to leave the country.....
Europe without frontiers....
Eva Tomaschewski
Mon, 25 Jul 2011 08:51 EDT
I living here in Ireland, from September 2010, than i was coming for a Job. I am a nurse aid. I have ask the question in the german consulate if Ireland is okay for work. Yes, no problem. The problem have begin when i was coming here. No job!!! In December i became a Part Time Job.
I get no Money from the coverment, that i can living. I want get back to germany and i'll ask you the question, if you can help, that i can get back to germany with my little dog. I became here no work that i can living here. Can you help me?????

Your Eva Tomaschewski
My Identicard Number from German Identicard is:1211452563D
Heidi Annemarie Graf
Wed, 12 May 2010 19:13 EDT
need help retrieving German passport number

I am an American who lived in Ireland in the 1980's and had claimed German citizenship while I was there. It was easier as I did not have to keep applying for visas.

I never renewed my passport and lost it - Dublin has looked in their achieves in 1984 & 1985 but could not find the original application.

I am trying to renew now but cannot find my passport number. If I do not find the number I must produce many documents for the German embassy in Boston, MA USA and many I do not think I will be able to obtain.

I do remember going to Dublin for the paper work but went to the German consulates house for the signing of the papers. I was living between Cork and Kerry at the time.

Could you please check your achieves/records there? I figure it is worth a shot.

My maiden name was Heidi Annemarie Graf and that is what the German passport was under.

I so appreciate at as I am going to be studying to become a nun in England and plan on living there, and would like to live there as a German citizen.

Sincere thanks,
Heidi Annemarie

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