Advice & Information Centre

We provide information and advice on immigration related issues. We provide a free professional service assisting migrants in accessing their rights and entitlements. Some of the most common issues we deal with are:

  • CB DoorLeave to Remain and Subsidiary Protection Applications
  • Family Reunification
  • Irish Born Child/ Zambrano Residency Applications
  • Direct Provision issues
  • Racism
  • Visas and Travel Documents
  • Social Welfare appeals
  • Housing & transition support
  • Employment Rights & Exploitation
  • English classes

Advice & Information Centre

Our Advice and Information centre is open three mornings per week: Monday, Tuesday and Thursday. We operate an appointment service only in the afternoon.

Our caseworkers have over 20 years collective experience working with asylum seekers, migrants and refugees. They will listen to and assess your needs and refer you to the Legal Service or other service provider if appropriate. To contact the legal service directly, please email legal@dorasluimni.org


Doras Luimní Information Resources

For more information on specific immigration-related issues, see the following pages:


Opening Hours

Our drop-in service opening hours are as follows:

Monday:         9.30am – 12.30pm // 2.00pm – 4.30pm*
Tuesday:        10.30am – 12.30pm // 2.00pm – 4.30pm*
Wednesday:   CLOSED
Thursday:       9.30am – 12.30pm // 2.00pm – 4.30pm*
Friday:             CLOSED
(*Appointment only in afternoon)


Contact details

For general queries  or to make an appointment, please contact us by telephone on 061 310 328 and our reception team will direct your inquiry to the relevant staff member.

You can also contact us by email at  info@dorasluimni.org.  For legal queries, please email legal@dorasluimni.org

Address: Doras Luimní, CentralBuildings, 51a O’Connell Street, Limerick.

Telephone: 061 310 328  Email: info@dorasluimni.org  Fax: 061 609 960


Outreach to Direct Provision & other locations

Caseworkers visit the Direct Provision centre’s in the Limerick region each month. Arrangements can also be made for caseworkers to meet clients in venues such as hospitals, prisons and individual homes if there are mobility issues.

For more information or to make an appointment: Contact Us