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Irish flag Embassy of Ireland in Washington

Address2234 Massachusetts Avenue NW
Washington DC 20008-2849
USA
Phonelocal: (202) 462.3939
international: +1.202.462.3939
Faxlocal: (202) 232.5993
international: +1.202.232.5993
Web sitehttp://www.embassyofireland.org/

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liubovesonni@inbox.lt
Sat, 7 Jan 2017 12:46 EST
whitehouse tour
I visiting Washington in 28-30 april and would like to sumbit a reguest to do a tour of The Whitehouse. Thank you Liubove Sonni Dublin-Ireland
Jean Lynch
Mon, 30 May 2016 18:45 EDT
Dual Citizenship
I am desperately seeking to apply fir dual citizenship with Northern Ireland. Please send me a link or the process to begin. Thank you, Jean Dougan Lynch...
Michelle O'Riordan
Thu, 31 Mar 2016 07:58 EDT
Whitehouse Tour
I am visiting Washington in May 2016 and would like to submit a request to do a tour of The Whitehouse. Are there forms I can fill in?
Dr. Billy D. Donovan
Mon, 17 Aug 2015 03:37 EDT
I wish to visit Castle Donovan
I wish to visit Castle Donovan located about 60 (?) miles west-southwest of Cork. I know nothing of the region nor available accommodations. I need information regarding transportation to the area. I am assuming a flight from the U.S. to Shannon and rail to Cork. Getting from Cork to Castle Donovan, having accommodations and food there for two or three days then back to Cork is the mystery part of the trip. Can you advise? October is the most likely travel month.
Thomas Griffin
Fri, 7 Aug 2015 10:19 EDT
Duel citizzenship for wife and myself also Irish.
Where do you start ? What is needed. Who where is their a reliable source of wants and needs. At what cost. Need DETAILS !! I can trace my family tree to the 1400s to today . Time is limited for this venture.
Jean Ann Kenny
Sun, 25 Jan 2015 11:20 EST
Renewing my Irish Passport
I live at 4804 Otter Creek Lane, Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida 32082, email is: iab_97@yahoo.com. Is it possible to renew my Irish passport by mail, i.e., obtaining a form from the Embassy then mailing my passport with the complete4d form to the Embassy for renewal, or dio I have to appear in person at the Embassy or the Consulate?
Seamus Mc Garvey
Fri, 15 Aug 2014 03:08 EDT
Supporting older people to visit or return to Ireland
I have worked for many years in the health Service in Northern Ireland as a social worker and a manager of mental health services.
I am planning to retire and want to offer my services to anyone who may need support to travel or arrange any support services to anyone wishing to return for a visit or to live in Ireland
My address is 29 Donaghanie road Omagh Co tyrone NR Ireland or tel number 02882244815
Shannon Blankenshi
Wed, 13 Aug 2014 21:21 EDT
Do I need a Tourist Visa?
2 1/2 years ago, I tried to visit Ireland. I had a
John Meade
Tue, 22 Apr 2014 18:55 EDT
Passport Question
I am traveling to Ireland, June 12, 2014 - June 28, 2014. My passport expires on September 20, 2014. Should I get my passport renewed prior to my trip since it will be valid during my trip?

Thank you,

John Meade
Chagrin Falls, OH
Silver Currence
Thu, 17 Apr 2014 21:20 EDT
Metal detector questions
I'm a retired American that would like to live in Ireland. As such, I'm concerned about what I should do about my metal detectors. I'm informed about your laws and I respect them. The only problem is that your laws prevent me from using my equipment in other countries. I have just returned to America from living 12 years in Thailand. Metal detectors are allowed to be use in Thailand . . . . . only if your Thai. But, I was allow to bring and keep my detectors at home while allowing me to use my detectors out of country. My question is, is there a way for me to bring my detectors with no intention to use them in Ireland? If need be, I would be willing to turn over my detectors upon arrival with the understanding that I can have them back when I decide to travel outside of Ireland. Otherwise, I would not be able to live in Ireland.

Regards,
Silver Currence

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