Australian Embassy in Dublin, Ireland 1


Australian Embassy Address, Phone number, Location, Consular assistance number, Passport information, Opening hours, Email in Dublin, Ireland

Address: Seventh Floor, Fitzwilton House
Wilton Terrace
Dublin 2
Ireland

Phone: Telephone
+353 1 664 5300
Fax
+353 1 662 3566 (Political and Trade)
+353 1 678 5185 (Consular and Administration)

Email: info.paris@dfat.gov.au

Fax:

Opening hours:

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Australian Embassy in Dublin, Ireland official website: http://france.embassy.gov.au/

Australia Consular services

For any emergency consular assistance, please contact DFAT’s 24-hour Consular Emergency Centre

Within Australia: 1300 555 135

Outside Australia: +61 2 6261 3305

SMS: +61 421 269 080

AUSTRALIAN PASSPORT INFORMATION SERVICE

Phone: 131 232

Opening hours:8am�9pm Monday-Friday; 8:30am�5pm Weekends; Closed national public holidays

Email: passports.australia@dfat.gov.au

Australian Passport Official Website: www.passports.gov.au

NATIONAL RELAY SERVICE

For deaf, or have a hearing impairment or speech impairment, please contact through the National Relay Service

24-HOUR RELAY CALL NUMBERS

TTY/voice calls: 133 677
Speak and Listen: 1300 555 727
SMS relay: 0423 677 767

DFAT head office in Canberra

Address R.G. Casey Building
John McEwen Crescent
Barton ACT 0221 Australia

Contact numbers

Switchboard: +61 2 6261 1111

Fax: +61 2 6261 3111

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  • Kathleen Ryan

    Hi, My name is Kathleen Ryan. I am looking for advice on moving to Ireland. I am a qualified and licenses real estate agent and auctioneer, interior designer and photographer. I am 59 and in great health.
    What would I have to do to be accepted as a resident of Ireland. What would it take to be able to work. Would I be able to open up my own real estate business or some other business … I also have an opportunity of having a company employ me. Which would be the better way to go. Sponsored over to work or apply for residency and then find a job. I have been told if I’m sponsored and that job didn’t work out I wouldn’t be allowed to get another job.
    I’d appreciate any help you can give me.
    Kind regards
    Kathleen Ryan