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AddressChase Building
535 Boylston Street
Boston MA 02116
USA
Phonelocal: (617) 267.9330
international: +1.617.267.9330
Faxlocal: (617) 267.6375
international: +1.617.267.6375
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Serena Scorsese
Mon, 30 Mar 2015 09:57 EDT
Royal Wedding To Take Place in New England After WW3
I am the brainwashed genius here, hoping the IRA will hold down the fort at Melrose Place. I need a trip to Vegas to clear my head with my daughter Gia. Walden Pond renovation but since I'm blind and born deaf, I have no idea where the groom has gone to. He was injured in the line of duty, a brainchip meant to help rape victims erase their trauma. Whoever you are out there, I'm Harvard, class of 2005 looking for the luck of the Irish to send my mom random things from the casino like appliances and stuff. Nobody did anything I wanted and I only have 7 years to live so please Carpe Diem.
Taylor Glaze
Fri, 15 Nov 2013 12:55 EST
Obtaining my Irish Passport
My brother obtained an Irish passport several years ago and I wish to do the same. He did all the research and obtained all the necessary birth/death/marriage and immigration documents from Ireland and the US. My grandmother came to the US in 1913. I have 'copies' he made for me, but realize I will need to obtain original (certified) copies as well. May I make an appointment to speak with someone to verify if I qualify and what additional information I might need? Respectfully Taylor Glaze
GEORGE R SMITH
Sat, 6 Jul 2013 09:07 EDT
APPLICATION FOR IRISH CITIZENSHIP
MY GRANDPARENTS WERE BORN IN IRELAND CAN I QUALIFY TO BECOME A CITIZEN OF IRELAND? HOW DO I OBTAIN THE PROPER PAPERWORK? THANK YOU
carol peters
Sat, 16 Jun 2012 19:30 EDT
dual citizenship
My grandfather was born in Ireland. I have all the information I think I may need to apply for dual citizenship. Would you kindly inform me of all papers required and which consulates I can go to to accomplish this. I was looking at St. Louis office but do not know if I would be able to do the application there. Thank you for your help, Carol Mullan Peters

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