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Old Jun 30th 2017, 4:58 pm   #16
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you can apply for a pps number,without a solicitor....money grabbing *****..
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Old Jul 7th 2017, 11:42 am   #17
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If you are not living in Ireland to get a PPS number you need to go through a solicitor. Otherwise you have to make an appointment to go to the offices where you can apply for one for free.
My son was working in Dublin, he didn't need to use a solicitor, we did as we are not living there.
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Old Jul 7th 2017, 10:55 pm   #18
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yes,you are correct,it saved you the hassle if you don't live there.how much did they charge.....
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Old Jul 8th 2017, 10:01 am   #19
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yes,you are correct,it saved you the hassle if you don't live there.how much did they charge.....
One PPS number was €200 plus vat and for two of us €307.50 incl vat. We used Stone solicitors in Wexford.
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yes...200and 23% vat.....when you renew,date of expiry on cards,do it yourselves
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yes...200and 23% vat.....when you renew,date of expiry on cards,do it yourselves
Thanks for that. They didn't send cards, just the numbers!
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The front of the card holds a person’s name, photograph and signature, along with the card expiry date.
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Hi let me know how you did as considering moving to Ireland,haven't decided on North or South yet as the house and lands are more important to us first.
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