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Adoption applications and birth, death and marriage registration
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Access to Irishgenealogy.ie, which allows users to search a wide range of record sources while looking for their Irish ancestry.
Access all available application forms in relation to adoption.
Facility to apply for a Certificate of Freedom for people who wish to marry abroad.
Access certificates for birth, death, marriage, adoption, civil partnership and stillbirth.
Apply to care for a child outside of their own home.
Search facility for Catholic parish registers held in the National Library.
Make a complaint about a service provided to a child by a public organisation.
Raise a concern that a child may have been or is at risk of being abused or neglected.
The Senior Alerts Scheme provides grants for personal emergency alarms for older people. DRCD in association with Pobal oversee the scheme.
You can order a copy of a birth, adoption, stillbirth, marriage, civil partnership or death certificate online or by post.
Find out about the legal requirements and procedures involved in getting married in Ireland.
Access to universal services for families in disadvantaged areas.
A birth must be registered no later than three months after the birth.
All deaths within the State can be registered with any Registrar, irrespective of where it occurs, and must be registered no later than three months from the date of death.
Facility to enable people who are born outside of Ireland to an Irish citizen apply for citizenship.
The registration of stillborn children has taken place in Ireland since 1 January 1995, and it is possible to register a stillbirth whether the child was born prior to, or since, that date.
Booking facility provided by the Irish Prison Service to request a family visit to prison.