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Irish flag Honorary Consulate of Ireland in Orlando

Honorary ConsulTerence Delahunty
Address118 E. Jefferson Street, Suite 203
Orlando, FL 32801
USA
Phonelocal: (407) 810.3352
international: +1.407.810.3352
Emailterry@delahuntylegal.com

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james quinn
Fri, 14 Jul 2017 14:09 EDT
irish citizenship
terry i was born in conn usa lived in ireland from when i was 4 till my leaving cert,and came to america and returned to dublin had two kids and now have a grandchild,all irish born as well as me mam,i have a prsi number and have worked in ireland can i apply for a passport.
thanking you
james quinn
Melanie McDonald
Thu, 6 Apr 2017 14:56 EDT
Renewal of Passport
I'm looking to renew my PP online, however it's an EU (Irish) PP and I'm on sure if I can. It states online that your PP must end in "P" or "L" to complete the app or do I need to apply somewhere else? TY for your help!
Sarah Patterson
Thu, 9 Mar 2017 12:17 EST
Student work visa
I need help on filling out my paperwork for my visa, do I have 6 months to buy my tickets to Ireland on the day I submit my papepwork or the day it is (hopefully) approved?
Mary O'Hanlon
Fri, 6 Jan 2017 15:20 EST
Renewing Irish Passport for dual citizen
I obtained my Irish Passport in 1985 (I was born in NYC) and wish to update and renew my Irish Passpor. What steps must I take?
Katty Ehens
Fri, 28 Oct 2016 15:12 EDT
My dad has Peruvian passport he is on vacation here but we want to go Dublin.
Does he need a visa?
Li Lingling
Sun, 28 Aug 2016 16:01 EDT
Visa to Ireland
I have been on a student visa in Ireland which expires on 29 Oct 2016. I want to visit some friends in the USA at the end of October and then return to Ireland for a couple of weeks before returning to China. How can I apply for a tourist visa in Ireland when I arrive in the USA?
Perla Gil
Tue, 2 Aug 2016 21:57 EDT
WORK HOLIDAY VISA
I have been offered a position in a job in Dundalk, Ireland and they are asking me to get a work permit or visa. I work full time here in USA and have friends and fiance over there. How can I apply for a holiday work visa to work in Ireland? Thank you!
Irish Harvey
Thu, 21 Jul 2016 08:37 EDT
Rocks
I will be visiting Ireland next month and when I asked my family what type of souvenir they wanted, they replied ROCKS. Like rocks from the beach. Is it legal to bring back rocks or dirt?

I know it's a weird question, but I never said my family is normal!
Mark Maloney
Fri, 15 Jul 2016 18:26 EDT
Move to Ireland
Good day. I currently live in Fort Myers and I am an American citizen. It is my desire to move and work in Ireland. My grandfather was born in County Mayo so I believe I would qualify for citizenship. Can you assist me in this matter?
Conor francis healy
Fri, 24 Jun 2016 23:34 EDT
Lost passport
Hi terry ive lost my passport, i live in county antrim and have been on holiday with my wife and 2 children, we are due to fly on monday to belfast, i have had the lost passport reported to the police and have a card with the case number can u please help, we are curently in keylargo and due to head up tomoro nite to orlando ? Kind regards conor

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