Nasc's Legal Service is available by phone +353 21 427 3594 only. We regret that no in-person appointments are available at this time.
Our Legal Team are providing information and advocacy by phone and email. Our service will close temporarily between 6th and 9th of April and our phone line and email service will resume on the 12th April.
We are currently receiving a very high volume of calls so please be patient while a member of our team gets back to you.
What safety precautions are in place for COVID-19 at Nasc?
Nasc are taking every precaution to ensure the safety of our staff and all visitors to our office. If you have any symptoms of COVID-19 (including a cough, fever, shortness of breath or loss of taste or smell), do not attend the office, even if you have an appointment. We encourage all visitors to our office to wear a face covering. Only visitors to our office who have an appointment will be allowed to enter the building. Please arrive on time for your appointment - you will not be allowed access to the office before your appointment time.
We ask all of our visitors to sanitize their hands when they enter the building. There are more hand sanitizing stations immediately as you enter our office and in each office room.
All visitors will be asked to sign in and provide contact details which may be provided to contact tracers if necessary.
PLEASE NOTE: Our office is located on the first floor and we do not have an elevator/lift. If you would like to attend our walk-in service but you have mobility issues which mean you are unable to use stairs, please contact our team on 021 427 3594 and we will do our best to make alternative arrangements for you.
Nasc’s legal service is brought to you by the Connecting Communities project, Integrating Cork project and through the Nasc Immigrant Integration Initiative.
The Connecting Communities project is co-financed by the European Commission under the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund and is administered by the Department of Justice.
The Integrating Cork project is co-financed by the European Commission under the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund and is administered by the Department of Justice.
The Nasc Immigrant Integration Initiative is funded by the Department of Justice under the National Integration Funding Project.