Find out all about life in Ireland from those who’ve recently made the move
Read our in-depth guides on accommodation, driving, services and more!
Moving as a Family
Mobile Phone Plans
Primary School in Ireland
Get practical information on planning your arrival in Ireland and moving your belongings.
From planning your move, to graduation and beyond, learn all about studying in Ireland.
10 Reasons to Study
Third Level Education
University Fees in Ireland
Get help finding work in Ireland with these helpful resources.
Ireland Jobs Report
Preparing a CV
Cover Letter Tips
Learn about immigration to Ireland, Employment Permits, and how to visit.
Book a Consultation
How Do I Immigrate?
Moving to Northern Ireland
Stamps and Permissions
Find out what conditions are set for particular Irish immigration stamps.
Make the most of your trip to Ireland with our helpful tips.
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Learn all about business immigration to Ireland here.
If eligible, the Working Holiday visa may be the perfect immigration option for you.
Ireland offers a range of Employment Permits for different work and and immigration situations.
Explore what life in Northern Ireland is really like.
Visiting Northern Ireland in a nutshell.
Explore your options for travelling to Northern Ireland here.
A primer on the potential impact Brexit will have in Northern Ireland.
All you need to know to get on the road in Northern Ireland.
Know what to expect when accessing public or private healthcare in Northern Ireland.
Get all the information you need to know about schooling in Northern Ireland.
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EU/EEA citizens enjoy the right to move to Ireland, but what exactly does this entail? Find out more.
Knowing how to navigate Ireland's immigration system is key to building a happy, successful relationship in Ireland.
If you have built up ties to Ireland through residency or family connections, you may be able to pursue Irish citizenship by naturalisation.
Ireland wants international graduates to begin their career in the country.
Certain non-EU/EEA nationals are permitted to work in Ireland under this scheme.
Ireland has a hosting agreement scheme in place to facilitate the entry of researchers to accredited institutions.
Workers from non-EU/EEA country being re-located by their employer may come to Ireland, a status known as 'Van der Elst'.
Citizens of non-EU/EEA countries may receive permission to come to Ireland for a job interview. Good luck!
Ireland helps foreign nationals who are made redundant by offering immigration routes to stay in the country.
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