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GreenLight: Atlanta Consular Region

22 November 2023

GreenLight is a bi-monthly Ireland / US culture bulletin shared by the Consulate General of Ireland, New York and Culture Ireland

Have Your Say: National Centre for Research and Remembrance

25 August 2023

Have your say in the development of the National Centre for Research and Remembrance to honour survivors and former residents of institutions such as Industrial Schools, Magdalen Laundries, Mother and Baby and County Home Institutions, and Reformatories

St Patrick's Day Parades & Festivals Happening in the US Southeast

03 March 2023

A selection of St. Patrick's Day parades and festivals taking place across the US Southeast

The Quiet Girl (An Cailín Ciúin) Film Screenings in the US Southeast

02 March 2023

The Quiet Girl (An Cailín Ciúin) — the first Irish language film to ever receive an Oscar nomination — will be showing at select cinemas in the US Southeast from March 9th.

Live & Work in Ireland with the Working Holiday Authorisation (WHA) Programme

08 September 2022

The Working Holiday Authorisation (WHA) programme is a joint initiative of the United States and Ireland which allows eligible U.S.and Irish citizens to travel and work in each other’s countries for up to 12 months.

Access to Birth Information in Ireland has changed

08 September 2022

The Birth Information and Tracing Act 2022 was signed into law in Ireland on 30 June 2022. This landmark legislation provides a full and clear right of access to birth certificates, birth and early life information for all persons who were adopted, boarded out, the subject of an illegal birth registration or who otherwise have questions in relation to their origins.

The Andersonville Irish Project-- Uncovering the Fallen Irish & Irish Americans

01 October 2021

The Andersonville Irish Project aims to discover the history of the Irish and Irish Americans from across the island of Ireland who fought in the American Civil War and are buried at Andersonville National Cemetery in Georgia, and the project is supported by the Consulate.

5 Things Americans Should Know About Gaelic Games

10 September 2021

5 Things Americans Should Know About Gaelic Games

September 2021 Newsletter

31 August 2021

September newsletter for the Consulate General of Ireland, Atlanta

Passport Online Guide

17 August 2021

Passport Online Guide

Watch Back Andersonville Lecture

16 August 2021

Watch Back Andersonville Lecture

June Newsletter

15 June 2021

Summer Edition of our Newsletter

Andersonville Lecture

15 June 2021

Andersonville Virtual Lecture

Bloomsday 2021

04 June 2021

Bloomsday 2021 Online Event

Screening of Playback X DIFF

14 April 2021

Register now to watch this dynamic programme online!

Pre-Departure and Quarantine Requirements

10 April 2021

Updated information for passengers arriving in Ireland from the USA

Consular Services Information

08 April 2021

Updates on consular services

Community, culture and creativity across the Southeast

19 March 2021

Read our roundup of events for a look back at a busy St. Patrick's period 2021

Public Diplomacy and Research Officer - Deadline Extended!

11 March 2021

Consulate is recruiting for a Public Diplomacy & Research Officer

St. Patrick's Day 2021 - Program of Virtual Events

10 March 2021

Find out all the details of our program of events for St. Patrick's Day 2021