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All Irish Naturalisation and Immigration Service offices including the Burgh Quay Registration Office have reopened after closing Feb. 28 through March 2 because of bad weather.
All appointments at public offices that were canceled on those three days will be rescheduled, and applicants with canceled appointments will be contacted within 48 hours. INIS offices are asking applicants to wait until they are contacted by INIS to reschedule appointments. Applicants can continue to check the INIS website here for updates.
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