Ireland: Burgh Quay Reopens After Five Months of Closure

May 20, 2021

Overview

The Burgh Quay Registration Office in Dublin, Ireland has announced that they will begin accepting appointments for foreign nationals needing an Irish Residence Permit (IRP) card.

Key Points

  • All non-EEA nationals that are residing in Dublin will need to attend an appointment to register for their initial IRP card 
  • Non-EEA nationals residing in Dublin are able to continue to renew their IRP cards online through Ireland’s Registration Office website 

What Are the Changes?

Due to COVID-19 restrictions that were put in place, some foreign nationals may not hold a valid IRP card. Any non-EEA nationals who have not received their initial IRP card should set up an appointment through the Burgh Quay Registration Office’s website.

Content in this publication is not intended as legal advice, nor should it be relied on as such. For additional information on the issues discussed, consult an Envoy-affiliated attorney or another qualified professional.

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