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Asked by Mr.Brien from Ireland | Jan. 08, 2009 11:02
About:China Embasy in Ireland

My son is getting married in China next month and I have his marriage document signed by the Irish Department of Foreign affairs. It needs to be stamped by the Chinese Embassy. Do I bring it to the Visa section in Merrion Road or the Embassy in Ailesbury Road?

Thank you

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Answered by Mr.Robbert Bird from Iceland | Jan. 15, 2009 19:35
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Mr.Brien, you need bring it to the visa section in Merrion Road, which deals with the visa/passport/travel document/notarization/authentication affaires
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