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Cllr. Denise Mullen calls for the creation of a dedicated phone number for urgent passport requests

Aontú Deputy Leader and Local Councillor Denise Mullen has called for the creation of a dedicated phone number that elected representatives have as a point of urgent contact.

Cllr. Denise Mullen Said “The passport office has seen massive delays over the past few months. People have had holiday cancellations and travel disruptions because of these passport waiting times. Elected representatives need to be able to access a dedicated phone number as a point of urgent contact so that people can travel when necessary and aren’t held up in passport delays”

Cllr. Mullen concluded “Over the summer months the demand put on the passport office is only going to increase.  Elected representatives need to take quick and urgent action to make sure those who need to travel are able to”



By Aontú Press | 31 May, 2022

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