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First come first served ________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Date and time: 10 January 2019 @ to 31 December 2019 @ Tuesday January 29 at 6.30pm in t This group meets on the last Tuesday of every month in the Arts Space at Bailieborough Library.This group provides a place for creatives to come together and share their work in a safe environment.For information about joining Cootehill Painting Circle, please contact Cootehill Library._________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Date and time: 01 January 2019 @ to 31 December 2019 @ Outreach Services at Cootehill Library This service is by appointment only.Such explanation should, where possible, be supported by satisfactory evidence that they have attempted to obtain such documentation and correspondence from the relevant authorities or embassy responsible for the issuing of passports and birth certificates in their country, clearly stating the reasons the documentation cannot be provided.INIS will consider the explanation given and, if satisfied it is for reasons genuinely beyond the applicant's control, may suggest alternative means to the person to assist in establishing their identity and nationality.Date and time: 30 August 2019 @ to 09 October 2019 @ Date and time: 01 January 2019 @ to 18 December 2019 @ Drop into our monthly NCBI coffee morning in Johnston Central Library and regular meetings at Cootehill Library.This is an opportunity for people with a visual impairment to meet with others, share ideas, try out the Assistive Adaptive services in the library and to meet with the NCBI Community Resource Liaison representative. To find out more contact NCBI Cavan office at 049 4331369.
To enquire about joining the Reading Group ask at the library reception desk or contact Johnston Central Library at 049 4378500 _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Date and time: 10 January 2019 @ to 31 December 2019 @ FREE Citizens Information Outreach every Tuesday at Bailieborough Library 1.00pm-2.30pm.The meetings take place upstairs in the Arts space which is a relaxed, comfortable & spacious environment. There is no charge to join the group & new members are always welcome.Date and time: 01 January 2019 @ to 31 December 2019 @ Are you interested in writing? The Lit Lab, initiated by the Arts Offices in Meath and Cavan, meets at Bailieborough Library fornightly on a Tuesday, and is made up of a group of writers who aim to challenge and support each other, while discovering their creativity and imagination.This is usually in the form of a current valid passport and may include other original supporting documents, such as a previously held or out of date passport, birth certificate and marriage certificate.
In rare circumstances where an applicant cannot produce their current passport, or a previous passport, birth certificate or other supporting documents the applicant will be required to provide a full explanation.A child cannot apply for citizenship by naturalisation by themselves. All applications should be sent to: Citizenship Applications (Minor) Irish Naturalisation and Immigration Service Department of Justice and Equality, Rosanna Road Tipperary Town Ireland E34 N566 Form 9 is for a child one of whose parents has already been granted Irish citizenship by naturalisation.