Garda National Immigration Bureau
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The GNIB is responsible for the execution of deportation orders, investigation of human trafficking complaints, investigation of language schools, countering illegal immigration and border control. It also provides support and assistance to local Garda Immigration Officers throughout the State.
It is headed up by Detective Chief Superintendent John O'Driscoll, 2 Detective Superintendents, 4 Detective Inspectors, 24 Detective Sergeants and 180 Detective Gardaí and Gardaí. They are supported by 68 civilian staff.
The Bureau's headquarters is at 13/14 Burgh Quay, Dublin 2 and it also has offices also at Dublin Airport.
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