What We Do

Employment Permits Contact Details

Our Address

Employment Permits Section
Department of Business, Enterprise and Innovation
Davitt House
65a Adelaide Road
Dublin 2

Important Notice regarding queries

Customers are advised that before contacting the Employment Permits Call Centre or Section they should:

Call Centre Contact Details

Telephone queries to the Call Centre will be dealt with by Workplace Relations Customer Services.

Phone: +353 1 417 5333

LoCall: 1890 201 616*

Opening Hours

Monday to Friday

9:30am – 5:00pm

 * Note that the rates charged for the use of 1890 (LoCall) numbers may vary among different service providers.

Email: employmentpermits@dbei.gov.ie

Fax: +353 1 631 3268

Web: DBEI – Employment Permits

Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection Employment Services

To register a job vacancy with the Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection Employment Services, Employers should log onto Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection Employment Services at www.jobsireland.ie or www.welfare.ie and select the employer option for the online service. Alternatively, employers can contact the National Contact Centre at Freephone 1800 611 116 or Telephone 046 9738000 to register their vacancy by phone. All Irish based vacancies advertised on the Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection Jobs Ireland Service will automatically be advertised on the EURES website and the vacancy the employer/contractor has registered will be given a reference number.

Related Contact Details

Department of Justice and Equality
Web: www.justice.ie

Irish Naturalisation and Immigration Service
Web: www.inis.gov.ie

Garda National Immigration Bureau
13-14 Burgh Quay
Dublin 2
Phone: +353 1 616 7700

Department of Foreign Affairs
Web: www.dfa.ie

Visa Queries
Address: Visa Office, 13-14 Burgh Quay, Dublin 2
Web: www.inis.gov.ie

Alternatively, contact your local Irish Embassy or Consulate. Details of Irish Embassies and Consulates abroad are available on the Department of Foreign Affairs website at www.dfa.ie.

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