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Irish flag Embassy of Ireland in Riyadh

AddressDiplomatic Quarter
Riyadh
Saudi Arabia
PostalPO Box 94349, Riyadh 11693
Phonelocal: (011) 488.2300
international: +966.11.488.2300
Faxlocal: (011) 488.0927
international: +966.11.488.0927
Emailriyadhembassy@dfa.ie
Web sitehttp://www.embassyofireland.org.sa/

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Salman Khan
Fri, 3 Jul 2015 10:29 EDT
work visa information
hello,
there I am from North Pakistan lives and work in riyadh KSA I am asst restaurant manager I have 7 years of experience in hospitality industry.
I was wondering to know for work visa for republic of Ireland
My contact ID sknizari524@gmail.com
Abdoulie Gajaga
Tue, 16 Jun 2015 05:45 EDT
Chef cook
My name is abdoulie I am a gambian original from sénégal speak but french and anglish writing all so I am looking à job post cook chef I have 18 years expérience work in many hotel and diplomatie area in riyadh and jeddah work With many expérience chef in the world able to préparer lot of européenne américaine asiatique daily spécial bouffet and a la cart and very good in french cuisine my tel contact is 0541807549 or 0533694383
Ahmed
Sun, 19 Apr 2015 10:51 EDT
Visit Visa
Dear Sir,
We are a leading visa consulting office in Jeddah. Our 3 customers (1 Saudi National, 1 Egyptian and 1 Yemen) wishing to travel to your country for leisure. Kindly give us what are the procedures of the necessary visa and is need to submit their documents directly at embassy or is possible to sent via courier?
salim
Wed, 3 Sep 2014 15:44 EDT
looking 4 job
I am salim iam work houskeepar king plasc in the riyadh.
i have 10years expreans 4 work.i wont 2work in the irland.
My conect 0506722962 and salimrose07@gmail.com
Joemelia Naguio
Wed, 20 Aug 2014 15:56 EDT
requirements!
Hello Sir/ Maam,

i am joemelia presently working here in tabouk, ksa . I would like to visit some of my friends in dublin , i want to know all the requirements needed for tourist visa .
thank you!
salim hossain
Sat, 2 Aug 2014 12:49 EDT
i wont work in the irland
Sir
i would like 2work in the irland as a huskeepar.
i am very interested huskeepar at irland
please let me know whats the proceedure
My qualification B A english
any job in irish embassy. At present im staying in riyadh. Thanks waiting for the reply..contact 0506722962and salimrose07@gmail.com
kadir ahmed
Tue, 29 Jul 2014 03:38 EDT
for 3months visit
sir I am bangladeshi. presently working in TABUK KSA. I'm currently working here as a Equipment technatian last Twenty three Years.iwant to visit Ireland on Visit visa for three months. iam planning this for Next month. And please send me Visit visa application form. and What will be procedures.

Thanks.
kadir ahmed
kadir_ch38@yahoo.com
Mrs CECILIA LOBO
Sat, 19 Apr 2014 16:43 EDT
TEACHING JOB
HELLO SIR I WOULD LIKE TO WORK IN IRELAND AS A TEACHER . I AM VERY MUCH INTERESTED IN TEACHING AT IRELAND PLEASE LET ME KNOW WHATS THE PROCEEDURE.
MY QUALIFICATION IS B.ED, M.A, M.ED, M.PHIL AND GOING TO COMPLETE P.HD IN ENGLISH
ANY JOB IN IRISH EMBASSY. AT PRESENT I M STAYING IN RIYADH
THANKS WAITING FOR THE REPLY
sonu singh
Tue, 1 Apr 2014 15:18 EDT
indian
I am
mohamed genena
Sun, 9 Mar 2014 09:10 EDT
irish visa
I am planning to visit ireland next summur and i was planning to stop in london for 2 day just before entering dublin. the question is does the irish visa allow me to get in london before visiting dublin or should I have uk VISA?

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