Ireland, Department of Justice

Our collective mission is to help make Ireland a safer and fairer place in which to live and work, visit and do business. The remit of the Justice family of agencies and services stretches across a range of human concerns and touches on aspects of national life as diverse as the protection of life and property; the prevention and detection of crime; the provision of services for the buying and selling of property; the management of inward migration to the State and providing a Courts Service and other forms of investigative tribunals. On the international front, the Minister and the Department serve the interests of Ireland in relation to Justice and Home Affairs’ matters by participating fully in the European Union, the Council of Europe and the United Nations among other international fora.

Telephone: + 353 1 602-8202
Fax: + 353 1 661-5461
Asylum, Immigration and Citizenship, 13–14 Burgh Quay, Dublin 2
Chapter House, 26-30 Abbey Street Upper, Dublin 1 Irish
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