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Irish flag Consulate-General of Ireland in New York

AddressIreland House
345 Park Avenue, 17th Floor
New York NY 10154-0037
USA
Phonelocal: (212) 319.2555
international: +1.212.319.2555
Faxlocal: (212) 980.9475
international: +1.212.980.9475
Web sitehttp://www.consulateofirelandnewyork.org

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paulineoreilly
Fri, 7 Aug 2015 11:34 EDT
worried about passport which wasstolen and ineed new one by1stweek october . and name changetoo .
worried about lost passport EU . one I need name change and new passport by ist week october . mail takes 4days to get from ny to pa. going home for8months thank you for replying soon . slan Pauline
Gene Gerrity
Tue, 28 Jul 2015 16:45 EDT
Irish passport/ Citizenship for American
Good Day. My Grandparents where born in Ireland. I was told I can get an Irish passport, citizenship?. Please tell me what steps I need to take and what documentation I would need to present.
Bernadette
Fri, 12 Jun 2015 15:37 EDT
Why did you post SS# of an individual asking for information
Melvin Hathorn
Wed, 20 May 2015 10:23 EDT
renewing an Irish Passport
Hello, I am a citizen of the Republic of Ireland by foreign birth registration. My current Irish Passport has expired last month and I would like information on how to renew it. Thank you.
SARGIS.AZATYAN2@YAHOO.COM
Tue, 21 Apr 2015 16:37 EDT
AMERICAN ECONOMIST RELOCATING
HI DEARS

MY NAME IS SARGIS MACARTUR

IM A MULTIPLE AMERICAN AND IRISH ECONOMICS PHD

IM TRYING TO RELOCATE TO BOSTON OR IRELAND

I HAVE CONCOTED AN ECONOMIC THEORY

THAT KINDA SIZES UP WITH THE REQUEST THAT IM UP AT

HELP ME RELOCATE TO IRELAND OR BOSTON

I HAVE COUPLE SOLUTIONS OF P/NP

IT IS A VERY VERY BIG COMPUTER MATH PROBLEM

MY SS 068 92 9902

MY PHONE NUMBER IS

347799 2399

THANKS

KEY IS TO CONFER

TRY TO MAKE A STRATEGY

AND CONTACT ME

THANKS
ian mccarthy
Tue, 14 Apr 2015 18:59 EDT
certified copy of my irish birth certificate
hi, will you certify a copy of my irish birth certificate and if not how can i obtain a certified copy of same

kind regards

ian
Douglas Collman
Sun, 8 Mar 2015 17:10 EDT
St. Pattys Day
Hey boys! Very proud of my Irish angel my daughter Sophia. We are very proud of her. We're proud to be Irish, have a gander at our charming las, she's the sweetest thing you'll ever see, she's our pride and joy! Happy St. Patty's Day.
Michael Dunne
Sat, 18 Oct 2014 05:15 EDT
CAN SOMEONE PLEASE HELP!!!
Ok, so my Mother was born in The States but had Irish citizenship (and she passed away years ago). and my Father was born and raised in County MAYO. Both sets of grandparents were life-long Ireland settlers. It's gonna difficult to round up old paperwork from my family, so what I really would like to know is
WHAT DO I NEED TO APPLY & TO GET MY IRISH PASSPORT???
Barry P. Clark
Fri, 17 Oct 2014 13:24 EDT
Irish Citizenship
Hello..My grandfather was born in County Roscommon. He and all siblings and parents came to the United States in 1878. I wish to apply for Irish citizenship and need guidance on what the process, forms and documents is/are needed.
Please help me. Thank you very much.
ASTRID STEAD
Fri, 17 Oct 2014 11:26 EDT
APPLY FOR CITIZENSHIP
I WOULD LIKE TO APPLY FOR BECOMING AN IRISH CITIZEN. MY MOTHER WAS BORN IN DUBLIN, IS IRISH AND HAS IRISH PARENTS WHO ARE NOE DECEASED.PLEASE LET ME KNOW WHICH FORMS ARE NECESSARY FOR THIS.
MANY TAHNKS
ASTRID STEAD

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