Liveline Friday 25 April 2014
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On today's programme we started with Mary who called us from Switzerland. Her husband is American, and she overstayed her US Visa by one day and has been in "Green Card" limbo for almost 18 months as a result. She is in Geneva while her husband is in Florida.
We also heard stories of how Clonakilty is an election free poster town, and how Louth County Council are hoping that all candidates will adhere to a poster free route for the Giro D'Italia in May.
Bill is annoyed that in order to fit a Chubb lock for his customers, he has to pay €1,000 to the Private Security Authority. Paul Scallon, Head of Licensing at the PSA came on air to explain.
and Joe Quinn wondered if the delay in processing a new Driver Licence will result in people breaking the law.
Bill is annoyed that in order to fit a Chubb lock for his customers, he has to pay €1,000 to the Private Security Authority. Paul Scallon, Head of Licensing at the PSA came on air to explain
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