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Postby Shadowkisses » Thu Feb 09, 2012 7:15 pm

IQU wrote:personal identity number is 69/xxxxxx/02 etc etc .but kids normally dont have gnib cards so you can leave it blank.


Thank you so much for your reply. In the first part of the form, it also ask my Person Identity Number. I have already submitted/surrendered my gnib card after I got approved (citizenship). I guess, I'll just go down the Garda office tomorrow so I can ask for my PIN.

Actually, I rang our local garda/immigration office this morning to ask re PIN and spoke to the immigration officer. She only gave me INIS number as she doesn't have an idea what PIN is. :-(

Thanks again for the reply.
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Postby IQU » Thu Feb 09, 2012 7:32 pm

yes she is right if you going to ask some body about pin no body going to understand basically what are you looking for.do you have any gnib card copies or your country national passport its normally written with handwritting in back of with passport normally immigration officer wrote in back of passport.good luck
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Postby Shadowkisses » Thu Feb 09, 2012 8:26 pm

IQU wrote:yes she is right if you going to ask some body about pin no body going to understand basically what are you looking for.do you have any gnib card copies or your country national passport its normally written with handwritting in back of with passport normally immigration officer wrote in back of passport.good luck


Thanks a lot! Got it!
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still waiting for naturalisation certificate

Postby dublintogalway » Wed Feb 29, 2012 11:26 am

Hi guys,

I received approval for my kids naturalisation application in middle of january, but still no word for naturalisation certificate. Do u know how much time it takes to get the naturalisation certificate?
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Re: still waiting for naturalisation certificate

Postby Eastend » Thu Mar 01, 2012 11:34 am

dublintogalway wrote:Hi guys,

I received approval for my kids naturalisation application in middle of january, but still no word for naturalisation certificate. Do u know how much time it takes to get the naturalisation certificate?


I have the same satuation. send them gnib card, photos and fee 200.00 in Jan and still have nothing even not confirmation of receipt of documents. I guess it will take about 6 weeks before we have some news.
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Re: still waiting for naturalisation certificate

Postby dublintogalway » Thu Mar 01, 2012 6:41 pm

Eastend wrote:
dublintogalway wrote:Hi guys,

I received approval for my kids naturalisation application in middle of january, but still no word for naturalisation certificate. Do u know how much time it takes to get the naturalisation certificate?


I have the same satuation. send them gnib card, photos and fee 200.00 in Jan and still have nothing even not confirmation of receipt of documents. I guess it will take about 6 weeks before we have some news.


Thanks Eastend. I also think it's gonna take minimum 6 weeks. I have received the acknoledgement 2 weeks back after sending postal order.
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Postby blue bird » Fri Mar 02, 2012 10:08 am

I applied for my kid last year (July 11), and have not received anything from them!! eventhough, they did not mention of the time taken for his case!!! should i contact them or i have to wait! Thanks indeed for everybody for any help.
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Postby dublintogalway » Fri Mar 02, 2012 10:49 am

blue bird wrote:I applied for my kid last year (July 11), and have not received anything from them!! eventhough, they did not mention of the time taken for his case!!! should i contact them or i have to wait! Thanks indeed for everybody for any help.


I think, you should ring them to enquire because I had applied after july in 2011 and got the approval. To be honest, there does not seem any ordering in processing the applications and it seems random.
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Postby Eastend » Fri Mar 02, 2012 10:51 am

blue bird wrote:I applied for my kid last year (July 11), and have not received anything from them!! eventhough, they did not mention of the time taken for his case!!! should i contact them or i have to wait! Thanks indeed for everybody for any help.


if your kid was under 18 at the time of application, you must contact them. I applied in end of Aug and got approval in Jan 2012.
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Postby blue bird » Fri Mar 02, 2012 7:50 pm

Eastend wrote:
blue bird wrote:I applied for my kid last year (July 11), and have not received anything from them!! eventhough, they did not mention of the time taken for his case!!! should i contact them or i have to wait! Thanks indeed for everybody for any help.


if your kid was under 18 at the time of application, you must contact them. I applied in end of Aug and got approval in Jan 2012.



Thanks indeed for the advise, yes he is only 5 years!! would you mind if you inform me of their contact number. Thanks again!
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Postby dhang » Sat Mar 03, 2012 7:57 am

blue bird wrote:
Eastend wrote:
blue bird wrote:I applied for my kid last year (July 11), and have not received anything from them!! eventhough, they did not mention of the time taken for his case!!! should i contact them or i have to wait! Thanks indeed for everybody for any help.


if your kid was under 18 at the time of application, you must contact them. I applied in end of Aug and got approval in Jan 2012.



Thanks indeed for the advise, yes he is only 5 years!! would you mind if you inform me of their contact number. Thanks again!


to dublintogalway and eastend, how young are your children?
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Postby Eastend » Mon Mar 05, 2012 10:44 am

dhang wrote:
blue bird wrote:
Eastend wrote:
blue bird wrote:I applied for my kid last year (July 11), and have not received anything from them!! eventhough, they did not mention of the time taken for his case!!! should i contact them or i have to wait! Thanks indeed for everybody for any help.


if your kid was under 18 at the time of application, you must contact them. I applied in end of Aug and got approval in Jan 2012.



Thanks indeed for the advise, yes he is only 5 years!! would you mind if you inform me of their contact number. Thanks again!


to dublintogalway and eastend, how young are your children?


my son was under 18 when i applied and was over 18 when i got his approval.
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Postby dublintogalway » Fri Mar 09, 2012 10:03 pm

Eastend wrote:
dhang wrote:
blue bird wrote:
Eastend wrote:
blue bird wrote:I applied for my kid last year (July 11), and have not received anything from them!! eventhough, they did not mention of the time taken for his case!!! should i contact them or i have to wait! Thanks indeed for everybody for any help.


if your kid was under 18 at the time of application, you must contact them. I applied in end of Aug and got approval in Jan 2012.



Thanks indeed for the advise, yes he is only 5 years!! would you mind if you inform me of their contact number. Thanks again!


to dublintogalway and eastend, how young are your children?


my son was under 18 when i applied and was over 18 when i got his approval.


my kids are under 18. today, i received CON for children after 2 months.
I am gonna apply for passport soon. Can you please confirm that the following list of documents are ok for minor naturalised applicant.
a) Passport form signed and witnessed by Garda
b) 4 photos( 2 photos are singed by Garda)
c) My original irish passport
d) Original Birth certificate and original certified translation for minor
e) Original Naturalisation certificate for minor
f) Fee payable to passport express
according to dfa.ie website, I need to submit long form birth certificate, but I don't have long form BC for children. Do I need to submit affidavit along with original BC as it is not in the long form?
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Postby IRISH PHAROE » Sat Mar 10, 2012 4:19 am

congrats Dublintogalway, still waiting for my son's approval still at the minister office since 4 weeks ago as informed by INIS through the phone
peace on you
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Postby dublintogalway » Sat Mar 10, 2012 9:24 pm

IRISH PHAROE wrote:congrats Dublintogalway, still waiting for my son's approval still at the minister office since 4 weeks ago as informed by INIS through the phone

Thanks IRUSH PHAROE. It will come soon.best wishes to u
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Postby IRISH PHAROE » Wed Mar 14, 2012 4:53 am

dublintogalway wrote:
IRISH PHAROE wrote:congrats Dublintogalway, still waiting for my son's approval still at the minister office since 4 weeks ago as informed by INIS through the phone

Thanks IRUSH PHAROE. It will come soon.best wishes to u


Thanks Dublintogalway,
just yesterday I got my son's approval
applied for him on Mid of Septemeber 2011 got the approval mid of March 6 months from application to approval.
good luck to all
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Postby stevenmaico » Wed Mar 14, 2012 9:48 am

I have never applied for anywhere but my one friend applied for his sun before six month ago. He told me about the reply because he has not received anything from them. I have no knowledge about it. So what should he do for this problem?
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Postby rlow68 » Wed Mar 14, 2012 8:00 pm

IRISH PHAROE wrote:
dublintogalway wrote:
IRISH PHAROE wrote:congrats Dublintogalway, still waiting for my son's approval still at the minister office since 4 weeks ago as informed by INIS through the phone

Thanks IRUSH PHAROE. It will come soon.best wishes to u


Thanks Dublintogalway,
just yesterday I got my son's approval
applied for him on Mid of Septemeber 2011 got the approval mid of March 6 months from application to approval.
good luck to all


Do children also go for swearing after getting the approval? can somebody confirm please?
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Postby IQU » Wed Mar 14, 2012 10:57 pm

minors dont have to take any oath they dont have to go to the ceremony.
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Postby dhang » Sat Mar 17, 2012 7:21 am

I received letter of approval for my 16 year old daughter just yesterday. I posted her apps in sept 2011.
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