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Get in Touch...

    Our office is closed but our services are still available, we’re just doing things a little differently!

    If you need our help or advice:

    • Please phone us first or send us an email – see below for contact details or use the web contact form
    • Include your details, a contact number and a brief description of what you want help with
    • We’ll ring you back or reply by email
    • If we can help you by phone, email or video call, we’ll do that
    • We’ll make an appointment to meet you if the matter is urgent and if we can’t help you by phone or email

    Our office hours are 10am – 1pm & 2pm – 4pm, Monday to Friday.

    Due to Covid-19 regulations, we have limited space to meet you so appointments are limited. We are only using large rooms with windows to help social distancing.

    If we make an appointment for you:

    1. We’ll ask you if you have had any contact with a confirmed case of covid-19 or have any symptoms (if you have, we’ll help you by video call, phone or email instead)
    2. Please come on your own if you can, and to come at the time of your appointment: we have no waiting area.
    3. Please wear a face mask
    4. We have hand sanitiser and hygiene procedures in place
    5. Please let us know if you have any concerns or if you are in a high-risk category

    Thank you for helping to keep everyone safe

    See official information from the HSE on what to do if you have symptoms of coronavirus.

    Contact details

    Address: Crosscare, , Ireland.
    Phone: +353 (0)1 873 2844

    When you contact us, we will save some of your details. We will only keep this information to help you with your query and for our own statistical records. We will not share your information with anyone.

    Supported by

    Emigrant support programme logo

    Our work with Irish emigrants is funded by the Emigrant Support Programme of the Department of Foreign Affairs


    This project is co-financed by the European Commission under the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund 2014-2020 and is supported by the Department of Justice and Equality