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Transfer of IRP registrations and Renewals of Cork and Limerick to Dublin

By 4 July 2024July 18th, 2024No Comments

Effective 8th of July 2024, the first-time and renewal  registration of Irish residence permissions for applicants residing in counties CORK and LIMERICK will now be carried out at the Registration Office, 13/14 Burgh Quay,

Appointments for FIRST-TIME registration can be booked using the FREEPHONE number 1800 800 630. Operators are available between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday to Friday to arrange appointments.

Applicants will be required to provide operators with passport details and an email address to arrange appointments.

Online renewals of Irish immigration permission should be submitted using the Immigration Service Delivery (ISD) online renewal portal.

Please note: Applicants will not need to attend the Burgh Quay Registration Office in person to renew permission.

Please read the information on the Guide-on-Engaging-with-ISD-Registration-Office-Services.pdf (

Please read more information here- Link


Immigration Service Delivery(ISD) Online Processing Times

The Immigration Service website provides a live processing update for online renewal applications being processed. To ensure an equitable immigration system, applications are processed in the order in which they are received.

Guide to engaging with ISD services

Please read the step-by-step user guide on engaging with ISD services for further information.

Exemption from registration and renewal fees

Certain applicants for first registration and renewal of residence permission are exempted from payment of the €300 registration fee if they:

  • Have refugee status.
  • Have subsidiary protection status.
  • Have leave to remain under Section 49 of the International Protection Act 2015.
  • Are aged between 16 and 18 years of age.
  • Are residents based on marriage to an Irish citizen.
  • Are a family member of an EU citizen.
  • Are Ukrainian citizens and certain foreign nationals resident in the State as a Beneficiary of Temporary Protection.