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Irish flag Consulate-General of Ireland in Chicago

Address1 East Wacker Drive, Suite 1820
Chicago, IL 60611
USA
Phonelocal: (312) 337.2700
international: +1.312.337.2700
Faxlocal: (312) 836.1267
international: +1.312.836.1267
Emailirishconsulate@sbcglobal.net
Web sitehttp://www.irishconsulate.org

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Comments on this Consulate-General

Eileen Conway-Gaynor
Thu, 23 Feb 2017 12:54 EST
Renew Irish Passport
I'm trying to renew my Irish passport which expires in April of 2017 and am having a very difficult time. In need of some guidance and information. Thank You ECG
Jessica Covey
Fri, 1 Apr 2016 15:25 EDT
Interested in moving to Ireland from the U.S
Im of irish decent and myself and daughter as well as my grandma have always wanted to live there, but really dont know where to start? I have so many questions about currency, schools , laws ect. But firstly Id like to know how you can know whether or not you can move to Ireland and if you can still have the option to move back to the U.S if need be.
Bonnie Claire
Thu, 15 Oct 2015 14:59 EDT
Dual Citizenship
I am currently a Dual Citizen and still own property in Ireland .

My Irish Passport expires 2017 and want to renew it !

What do I need to do for this process ??

Thank you, bc
Charlotte Smith
Fri, 24 Oct 2014 11:59 EDT
dual citizenship
My grandfather was born in Ireland and I have his birth certificate plus other documents that prove my heritage. My question is that to apply for dual citizenship, can the birth certificate be a copy of the orignal?
Anna Schloff
Tue, 27 May 2014 16:01 EDT
passport
My passport expires 16sa/nov 2014
I am planning to travel to Johannesburg, South Africa on July 8, 2014 and returning July 25,2014 Just checking to see if there should be any problem with my passport
Leo Burns
Wed, 24 Apr 2013 18:41 EDT
Question regarding Irish Passport and possible citizen ship.
I would like information regarding the possibility of an Irish passport and citizenship upon retirement. I currently live in Chicago with my wife and daughter (Daughter recently graduated college an is working in her chosen profession.) Key facts are:(I know you will need confirmation)
1. My mother who is still alive and is in the U.S. was born in Ireland in 1910. She came to America in 1926. She has one niece living in Northern Ireland, but her brothers and sisters that remained in Ireland passed away. My father was born in Ireland in 1907, but I do not have the date of his arrival in the U.S. as I am outside of my home. He is deceased. Both of my parents were born in County Sligo, and my first cousin on my father's side still lives on a farm in Co. Sligo that is not far from the town of Sligo.

Please let me know if any of the above facts would be of help in obtaining an Irish Passport for my wife and me. If yes, I can supply documents related to the birth of my parents such as baptismal certificates, marriage certificates, dates they became U.S. citizens, the name and address of my cousin in Sligo, and the names and addresses of some of my aunts and uncles who lived in Co. Sligo. I may also be able to obtain documents on where buried in Sligo.

Thank you for considering this request.

Leo

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