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Irish flag Honorary Consulate of Ireland in Houston

Honorary ConsulJohn B. Kane
Address2630 Sutton Court
Houston, TX 77027
Phonelocal: (713) 961.5263
international: +1.713.961.5263
Faxlocal: (970) 925.7900
international: +1.970.925.7900

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Comments on this Honorary Consulate

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Thu, 14 Jun 2012 14:45 EDT
Does this place even exist???
No answer, and I've been calling for weeks. Not even an email address or answering machine! What is going on?
Melissia Dailey
Wed, 16 May 2012 12:42 EDT
Duel Citizenship
My Great Grandfather was born in Ireland.
My father, brother and I would like to obtain duel citizenship.
Can anyone direct me to the correct paperwork and requirements?
Thank you.
Melissia Dailey
Randy Newell
Sat, 5 May 2012 02:12 EDT
Interested in Irish Citizenship
My Great-Great grandparents were both born in Ireland (John Newell, Dublin area; 19th century). I am interested in locating to / residing as a permanent citizen of Ireland.

Could you please give me information what my steps would be in order to do this.

Thank you
-Randy rl13312007@yahoo.com
Vanessa Milton
Thu, 2 Feb 2012 11:27 EST
Renewing Irish Passport
I called this office today 3 times with no answer or even a messaging service?? I called DC & San Fran Irish Embassy & got at least a messaging service to let me know that the offices are actually open so whats going on in Houston?? IS THIS OFFICE STILL OPEN??
Maureen Tracey
Fri, 30 Sep 2011 15:57 EDT
Consulate Issues
I have found the Irish Consulate in Chicago to be very helpful.
Maureen Tracey
Fri, 30 Sep 2011 15:38 EDT
EU Status
I am second-generation and received Certificate of Foreign Birth. This is required for passport application. Unless rules have changed since the 90's, this advantage extended to only second-geration.
kevyn meagher
Mon, 17 Jan 2011 23:39 EST
Money Order in Euro for Irish ancestor records
Please tell me how to get a money order or similar instrument in the U.S. to send to the Irish records offices for relatives' birth certifs. etc.


Kevin in Austin, Texas

Dev Isemeyer
Wed, 5 Jan 2011 16:26 EST
Has anybody used this office to renew an Irish Passport? I have been calling for 2 days but no answer (strange)!! The passport office in Dublin gave me this number??!!
donna Kelly
Wed, 3 Feb 2010 12:38 EST
Irish banks
I am trying to apply for my grandfathers' birth certificate. However, my money order or cashier check must be drawn on an Irish Bank. Is there
anything in Dallas, TX ?. I tried to find Allied Irish Bank here also. I have all other I need from Groie
Dublin. Thank you
Steve Kerbow
Mon, 1 Feb 2010 18:51 EST
EU Status
I'm a 3rd generation IrishAmerican and was wondering what it entails to be granted EU Status for Ireland? My Great-Grandmother came over in the 1840's with 10 children and had my grandmother here in Houston. My mother the one of three children. I can be contacted at irishtxn@hotmail.com Thank you very much!

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