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Member # 2080
|Posted February 15, 2002 06:01 PM |
Hi there. I am an American citizen looking to move to Ireland and work there. I am assuming that great-grandparents are not considered when determining if someone can live and work in Ireland. Does anyone know how to obtain a work permit/visa if I wish to work in the marketing field?
Member # 2065
|Posted February 16, 2002 09:32 AM |
I'm pretty sure they don't bring in consideration your great grandparents for you to apply for a Irish Passport.
Your best bet is to get in contact with the Irish Embassy in the U.S and take it from there.
Member # 2250
|Posted February 26, 2002 11:04 PM |
Actually, they will consider a great-grandparents birth IF your parent already applied for Irish Citizenship by the time you were born. Otherwise.. I think you have to do it the long way.
Member # 567
|Posted March 05, 2002 06:29 PM |
work permit? it's very easy - you find a job, then try to get a letter from FAS (www.fas.ie) that your skills are in demand, then your employer applies for a WP, wait about 4 months, then probably you can come and work if your employer have not cancelled your contract already being tired of waiting.
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