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The dramatic new surge in applications for passports over the last eight weeks “could result in people’s travel plans being wrecked” with waiting times for passport processing expected to increase.
A backlog of overdue passport applications has forced the Department of Foreign Affairs to temporarily increase its workforce in an attempt to clear the applications awaiting approval.
Question: I was born in London and I have an Irish passport. I am getting married later this year in Dublin. I have been told that I must provide a birth certificate with an apostille stamp. My Irish fiancé has not been asked to produce this certificate. Why is this?
A mother paid a man €3,500 to falsely register himself as her baby’s father during a passport application in a bid to ensure that the child could remain in the country, the Galway Circuit Criminal Court heard this week.
A career thief who assumed a false identity and used a sophisticated method to target electrical goods shops across the country was jailed for a total of 17 months for stealing more than €2,500 worth of cameras from one Galway city centre store in just three days alone.
Fine Gael spokesperson on community, equality, and Gaeltacht affairs Michael Ring TD is advising people to check their passport situation before booking a holiday.
The current passport debacle that is preventing Irish citizens from travelling abroad because of the log-jam in passport applications is becoming increasingly intolerable and is affecting Ireland’s reputation abroad. The Minister must work to find a solution to allow Irish people to travel within the European Union at least, according to Mayo Fine Gael TD John O’Mahony.
A Nigerian couple have been prosecuted for carrying false passports.
A district court judge was left with no choice but to jail two unidentified illegal immigrants as gardai warned it could take up to four months to establish their true identity.
A woman was fined €650 for possession of a forged passport despite insisting that she did not know her uncle had fooled her and that the passport office at home in Zimbabwe, which has a 300,000 backlog, had run out of the proper paper.