The Consulate General of Ireland in Atlanta works to promote Ireland across the states of the US south-east and to build and sustain relationships at the highest levels of government, business and education. This includes highlighting the advantages of Ireland as a place to do business and working to assist Irish companies interested in expanding their operations or markets in the US south-east. We also prioritise the promotion of Irish culture and sports and seek to raise the profile of Ireland as a superb place to visit and to study.
The Consulate General in Atlanta does not process passport, visa or citizenship applications. Applicants for these services in the states of Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Florida should contact the Consulate General of Ireland in New York. Applicants in Tennessee, Alabama and Mississippi should contact the Consulate General of Ireland in Chicago.
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