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Re: Moving To Ireland
Posted by Scott on March 23, 2012, 2:52 am, in reply to "Re: Moving To Ireland"
Lovely summary, CJ. Try looking through the free site - there's a lot of information that will be of use. www.movetoireland.com |
: Once you are a citizen, you can move here
: without a problem. Your husband is allowed
: to work and live here immediately. He is
: required to register at the nearest Garda
: station, No big deal at all. He will get a
: residents card and they will stamp his
: passport so if you travel, there will be no
: problem getting back into Ireland.
: Children over 4 can get free preschool.
: There is a 2 yr habitual residency
: requirement before getting child benefit.
: There seems to be a lot of leeway on this,
: with Irish citizens getting benefits from
: day one and pepole from other EU states
: having to wait.
: Your husband can apply for citizenship after
: a few years but even without it, he is
: eligible for all the same benefits as a
: citizen from living here except he won't be
: able to vote in the national elections.
: --Previous Message--
: My husband and I are planning on moving to
: Ireland soon. We have two children under the
: age of five years old. We live in the United
: States. My family is from Ireland (my
: mother's parents from Co Roscommon and
: father's parents from Co Monoghan). I'm
: currently working out my citizenship papers.
: It took my brother four months and they said
: it will take me about the same amount of
: time. Will it be possible for us to move
: once my citizenship papers are sorted? I
: don't know what my husband has to do. We've
: been married for four years. I'm a nurse and
: he works in hotels and hospitality. We
: already have a home (my cousins who have
: recently moved to England are giving us
: their home in Dublin). What do I need to do
: to go about this? If I was able to I would
: already be there now.
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