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Coming To Work In Ireland - Information

January 19, 2012

If you intend to come to work in Ireland you need to know the rules about the formalities involved in travelling to Ireland, the rules about permission to land?in?Ireland. It would be helpful to know general information about who is entitled to come to Ireland and about living in Ireland before you come here.


Finding a job in Ireland

You may find out about job vacancies in Ireland and how to begin the process of finding a job in Ireland.


Citizens of certain countries need avisa in order to come to Ireland. You may apply for an Irish visa to your nearest Irish embassy or consulate. A visa does not confer any right to live or work in Ireland.


Fees For Naturalization & Citizenship Introduced In Ireland

January 19, 2012

The Minister for Justice, Equality and Defence, Mr. Alan Shatter TD, on the 9th November, 2011 signed Statutory Instrument, 569/11, which introduces an application fee of ?175 for all?applications for a certificate of naturalisation, as well as changes to forms, in particular to facilitate applicants who are the civil partners of Irish citizens. The commencement date for these changes is today Thursday, 10th November, 2011.


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