Nasc operates a walk-in service four days each week (seven sessions). We provide information and advice on a range of immigration and asylum-related issues. The service is free, non-judgemental and confidential. We can see up to five people at each session. The walk-in service is offered on a first-come, first-served basis.
What can I expect at the Walk-In service?
The first five people who register for the walk-in service will be seen. Our reception staff will take your details and you’ll be asked to wait for your turn to be seen. You will be seen in the order in which you have registered. Nasc's office opens at 9am and the Walk-In service commences at 9.30am.
|Monday||Doors open at 9.00 AM||Doors open 2:00 PM|
|Tuesday||Doors open at 9.00 AM||Doors open 2:00 PM|
|Wednesday||Doors open at 9.00 AM||Doors open 2:00 PM|
|Thursday||Doors open at 9.00 AM||CLOSED PM|
We may occasionally have to close the service. You'll be able to find any changes to our opening hours here.
At the walk-in service, your case will be assessed and one of our team will do their best to assist you. If your issue relates to something that Nasc does not deal with (family law, criminal law, housing) then we will do our best to refer you to another organisation that can help you. If your immigration issue is complex, you may be invited to return for an appointment with our advocacy service.
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 walk-in service is brought to you by the Integrating Cork project and through the Nasc Immigrant Integration Initiative.
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.