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AddressCape Town Office
LG Building
No 1 Thibault Square
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Sally Carstens
Wed, 30 Mar 2016 09:45 EDT
Renwal of Irish Passport
Please could you send me a link or forms to renew my Irish Passport.
Thanking you in anticipation.
Sally Carstens
e-mail sally@arctichealth.co.za
Kerry O'Dononvan
Thu, 24 Mar 2016 04:58 EDT
Applying for an Irish Passport
Please can you send me the information for an Irish Passport with Irish grand and great grand parents. What do I need to do?
brendan o'connell
Mon, 14 Mar 2016 09:30 EDT
Renewing Children's passports
Good Day , please may renewal forms be sent to my email address for my 2 children turning 9 and 13 this year. Thank You
Shelley O'Carroll
Mon, 29 Feb 2016 16:11 EST
Renewal of passport
I sent an enquiry via the website a week ago asking for information about which forms I need to renew my Irish passport. I haven't yet had a response and am hoping someone might be able to respond here.
Glenn O'Connor
Thu, 25 Feb 2016 08:07 EST
I wish to register a complaint with the Irish Embassy about the staff it hires to look after the interest of Irish people in South Africa, in particular Cape Town. The Embassy representative in Cape Town is incredibly un-helpful, rude and uninformative. This is not the first time that I have dealt with this particular individual and having spoken to other members of the Irish community in Cape Town, it would appear that this individual has a poor attitude. My wife is Dutch and we have had only good dealings with them. They are helpful, take their time to explain the paper work and and keep us informed by email as to the progress of the time of delivery of my wife's passport. Chalk and Cheese. I would recommend that the Irish ambassador takes a serious look at the individual running the Cape Town Embassy. I won be dealing with them again, as I would rather foot the bill and travel to Pretoria. One final note, when one works in an Embassy is it common place to be un-shaven, wear a baseball cap and have jeans hanging around your bum. Not very professional.
Lionel Hewitt
Mon, 8 Feb 2016 23:51 EST
Renewal of Passport
Complained on 22nd Jan that I cannot raise a response from any of the Embassies. It is now 3 weeks later and still cant make contact. Where does one go from here seeing that i do not live in Pretoria or CT?
Tue, 2 Feb 2016 05:32 EST
original documents - desperate!
Hi there,

Is there a company that one can use like first contact to help get your grand parents original documents for you - as home affairs takes so long with these documents.

Please can one email me on guilfoylejessica1@gmail.com

Many Thanks,
Fri, 22 Jan 2016 13:44 EST
I wish to re-new my Irish passport. As I live in Knysna, please advise as to where and how, I obtain necessary forms without having to travel to Cape Town My e-mail is lionel.rose@telkomsa.net
Taryn Gordon-Finlayson
Fri, 22 Jan 2016 02:24 EST
Renewal of passport
Hi there, I need to renew my passport.
Where can I find the necessary paperwork?
My email is: taryn.gf@gmail.com and cell is 072 2454 715.

thank you
Taryn Gordon-Finlayson
David Findlay
Wed, 20 Jan 2016 02:33 EST
Passport Renewal
Please forward the necessary forms for me to renew my passport

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