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Irish flag Honorary Consulate of Ireland in Seattle

Honorary ConsulJohn F Keane
Address7511 210th St SW Unit #1
Edmonds, WA 98026
USA
Phonelocal: (425) 582.2688
international: +1.425.582.2688
Emailjkeane@irishconsulseattle.com
Listing updatedMay 19, 2017

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Antoinette Jago
Wed, 3 Feb 2016 08:50 EST
Lost Passport
Good evening,

I am a Irish passport holder and currently working in Seattle for the remainder of this week and due to fly to Perth, Australia. I have unfortunately lost my passport. Can you please advise my next action in acquiring an emergency passport/travel document.

Kind regards,

Antoinette Jago
jago62@gmail.com
Mvswee@gmail.com
Sat, 23 Aug 2014 12:47 EDT
Foreign Births Registration
Hello from Seattle!

Thanks for your help as I seek to register in the Foreign Births Registry to eventually apply for Irish citizenship. Both of my grandparents were born in Ireland.

As a longtime resident of Seattle and American citizen, I am not sure if this office is the proper place where I must begin that process starting with registering my birth.

Much appreciated!

Maura Sweeney

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