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AddressCape Town Office
LG Building
No 1 Thibault Square
Long Street
Cape Town
South Africa
Phonelocal: (021) 419.0636
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Doug
Mon, 13 Apr 2015 05:39 EDT
Passport
Does any one work there or in Pretoria, absolutely useless.
Iris Kingsley
Thu, 26 Mar 2015 02:25 EDT
Contact hours
Please let me know when I can make an appointment to see you wrt an Irish Passport. Thank you so much
Marie Mckay
Wed, 11 Mar 2015 09:19 EDT
Impossible to speak to a human being
I just cannot get hold of a PERSON to speak to. Why is it so difficult. I really thought the Irish Embassy would be different to the usual inefficiency of SA. Not so. It is incredible frustrating.
Mrs R.Russell
Mon, 9 Mar 2015 15:33 EDT
Irish passport renewl
I wonder if you could advise me re renewing my Irish passport. Who do i contact to get the application forms and please advise about other requirements.
Thanking you.
Romey
Kathleen McDonogh
Mon, 9 Mar 2015 09:43 EDT
Irish Passport
I have been married to an Irish national since December 2003. A few years ago enquiries for me to apply for an Irish passport were turned down. It was said the rules had changed and we were a few years too late. The sad end of Graeme Smith (former SA cricket captain)marriage has raised a query. He was married to an Irish national in 2011 here in SA and not resided in Ireland for any length of time. He was granted an Irish passport last year (so news reports say).If this is the case can it please be explained considering our request was turned down
Marie Joyce
Mon, 16 Feb 2015 07:56 EST
Renewal of Irish Passport
Hi - my Irish passport expires soon and I would like to renew it. I wondered how I went about doing so - hence do I make an appointment, what photographs are required, what documents do I need to fill in and what supporting documents are required.
I would appreciate assistance in this matter.
I have tried phoning the Embassy.

Kind Regards
Marie
genevieve learmonth
Mon, 16 Feb 2015 03:35 EST
cannot get advice from a human as there is no one answering the phone !
Please advise me on how tto contact you and speak to a human.
Thank you,
my email address is:gmlearmonth@hotmail.com
Dr Genevieve Learmonth
Mon, 16 Feb 2015 03:21 EST
Irish Passport expires March 2015. Need a new one
Hi
I am Irish living and working in Cape town for many years. I booked a flight to UK/Ireland 30th April to visit a seriously ill older sister. To my horror I realised last night that my Irish passport expires on March 13th 2015. Can you help me please.?
I cannot speak to a human on your phone numbers --- just asked to leave a message. Thank you
My email address is :gmlearmonth@hotmail.com
My cell phone number is: 0721795700
Kerry Grunewald
Tue, 13 Jan 2015 05:02 EST
How can I get hold of the Irish Embassy if no one answers the phones. I am unable to leave a message as their in box says it is full. I require a letter stating that I can hold dual citizenship. How do I go about this?
guy
Tue, 6 Jan 2015 12:41 EST
visa requirement
i live in cape town will like to kwon about your visa requirement to visit ireland please.

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