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Sinn Féin to host Irish Passport Workshop to help meet Increasing Demand
Published: 13 August, 2016
West Tyrone Sinn Féin Councillor Glenn Campbell is hosting an Irish Passport Workshop on Friday
Sinn Féin in West Tyrone are hosting an Irish Passport workshop to accommodate the increasing number of people who are applying for an Irish Passport.
Speaking of the recent increase in demand, West Tyrone Sinn Féin Councillor, Glenn Campbell, said,
"Summer is always a busy time for processing Irish Passport applications. However, there has been a considerable increase in the number of people contacting our office and elected representatives to have forms and photos signed, and to access general advice about applying for an Irish Passport.
Continuing, Cllr Campbell said,
"To help meet the increased demand, I have organised an Irish Passport workshop starting at 9am on Friday 19th August in the Sinn Féin office at 5 James Street in Omagh. I will be available from 9am-1pm and from 2-5pm. People can call in at any time and have their form and photos signed while they wait. If anyone has limited time on Friday and wants to book a specific slot, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call me on 07748 158 909."
Councillor Campbell concluded,
"It is always a pleasure to assist people in applying for an Irish Passport. Unfortunately, I cannot offer any advice on how to get a baby or young child to look directly at a camera, although I believe imaginary birdies, cuddly toys, and bribery can help!"
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