jell wrote:Hello, I thought it might be useful to let you know I applied for Irish Citizenship via FBR through the London Embassy on 8th August and have received my certificate today, 17th November, a turnaround time of about 14 weeks. Hope this helps.
h0b0 wrote:I applied for Irish Citizenship via FBR through the London Embassy on the 18th July 2016 and similarly received my certificate on the 16th November. A turn around time of 17 weeks. Assuming they process applications in order then perhaps they are batching up outbound post.
smurphin wrote:That's great jell & h0b0, so I guess Wavey's should be sent some time soon and hopefully I'll have mine before christmas. Thanks for letting us know.
h0b0 wrote:I included a return envelope with a prepaid royal mail special delivery postage label attached. They sent back my documents, the fbr certificate and a cover letter all together. The certificate and cover letter were two a4 sheets so didn't add much in terms of weight or volume. The application form was retained.
h0b0 wrote:Hi wavey, I read that you are hoping to get by on one passport and prefer an Irish one over a British one. Is it the case that for a uk resident an Irish passport is always as good as a British one?
I'm thinking more about readmission to the uk after brexit rather than minor visa fee differences around the world. After brexit I anticipate eu passports in general won't give free access to the uk. Is it expected that an Irish passport will allow access due to the common travel area?
Sweet Mistakes wrote:Hey Wavey!
Just wondered if you received your FBR certificate today?
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