Since going live to the world in August, 2018, Moving2Ireland has provided those wishing to move to Ireland with detailed information on all aspects of their journey.
The in-depth nature of the immigration, planning and post-arrival information provided on Moving2Ireland allows returning Irish emigrants and newcomers alike to make informed decisions regarding their move to Ireland.
It is this attention to detail which has helped Moving2Ireland become a trusted voice.
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Some of the most recent national and local press coverage received by Moving2Ireland can be viewed below.
August 28, 2018 | Dublin, Ireland | Newstalk
Launch of Moving2Ireland and latest CSO figures
Moving2Ireland founder Ruairi Spillane spoke to Newstalk’s Jonathan Healy about the launch of the Moving2Ireland website, as well as the latest immigration and emigration figures from the Central Statistics Office (CSO). Ruairi and Jonathan also discussed many of the challenges and opportunities encountered by returning emigrants and newcomers alike, and what life is like in Ireland in 2018.
August 31, 2018 | Kerry, Ireland | Radio Kerry
Launch of Moving2Ireland and challenges facing returning Irish emigrants
Ruairi spoke to Radio Kerry about the launch of the Moving2Ireland and the challenges facing many returning emigrants to Ireland. You can listen to the interview here.
September 18, 2018 | Ireland | The Irish Times
Returning emigrants are not looking for a red-carpet, just fairness
“Ultimately, there is no sound argument, ethical or economic, to denying returning citizens access to maternity benefits and subsidised third-level education on the same terms as those who have been residing in the State.”
In September 2018, Moving2Ireland editor Hugo O’Doherty outlined some of the obstacles that many returning Irish emigrants faced on their return home. You can read the full article that appeared in The Irish Times here.