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    • JoseChungsDoomsday
    • By JoseChungsDoomsday 15th Jun 07, 8:46 PM
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    Getting an Irish passport through the post office
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    • 15th Jun 07, 8:46 PM
    Getting an Irish passport through the post office 15th Jun 07 at 8:46 PM
    Hey folks
    I'm wanting to get a irish passport as a backup and saw that for UK passports the post office will (for a fee) verify your identity for your application, is this the same for irish passports?
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    • nickcardwell
    • By nickcardwell 16th Jun 07, 9:26 AM
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    The Passport Express service is now available from 70 branches of the UK Post Office in Northern Ireland and Great Britain . This is a 10 day return service.

    Passport application forms may also be obtained from these post offices and you may also submit your application through these post offices for a processing fee of 6. This covers express postage to/from the Passport Office.
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