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An email to TD would work too or I have to book a clinic?Paddy_Leprechaun wrote: ↑Fri Mar 15, 2019 11:08 amI heard that every TD is paid to run a local office in their constituency, where they are supposed to listen to people's issues. As a constituent, you should raise your concern to your representative. Please book a clinic with the Minister by calling his local office (details below) and raise yours as well as concerns of everybody else here and let him know that how the department is treating people right under his nose. Either all this is under his own directions due to his anti-immigration policy or he needs to make his house in order while he has the powers to do so. Also, remember these times when you will vote as an Irish citizen in the general election.
Woow. That sounds a great TD.littlerr wrote: ↑Mon Mar 18, 2019 12:15 amI once contacted my local TD (Dublin city centre north) about a local matter via email, and received the initial response in a day. My TD actively contacted the local Garda and followed up with them and me a few times to get it resolved in a timely manner.
Not sure if all TD’s are like that though.