Moving to Ireland

Old Mar 4th 2020, 2:00 am
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I’m a british citizen, I’m entitled to get an Irish passport, but do I still need that if I want to move to Ireland ? -due to brexit and if not, can I move to Ireland on a work visa?

& my partner (non married) is a non EU citizen, what are the rules for him on moving to Ireland, if allowed ?

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Originally Posted by Ssapritchard
I’m a british citizen, I’m entitled to get an Irish passport, but do I still need that if I want to move to Ireland ? -due to brexit and if not, can I move to Ireland on a work visa?

& my partner (non married) is a non EU citizen, what are the rules for him on moving to Ireland, if allowed ?

Thankyou
If you are an Irish citizen you don't need (and in fact cannot get ) a visa. You have the right to live in Ireland because you are a citizen. Nothing to do with Brexit.
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If you are an Irish citizen you don't need (and in fact cannot get ) a visa. You have the right to live in Ireland because you are a citizen. Nothing to do with Brexit.
You mean British. Any British person (even after Brexit) can live in Ireland. Problem is the partner/spouse.
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Originally Posted by Moses2013
You mean British. Any British person (even after Brexit) can live in Ireland. Problem is the partner/spouse.
No, she did mean "Irish" ... the OP said that they are entitled to an Irish passport.

I do agree with the implications of your post though, that having (the right to) an Irish passport is irrelevant if you are (also) British as you can go and live in Ireland anyway.

I am more intrigued as to why the OP has asked the question, as she also posted yesterday some questions about moving to Barbaodos and that her "partner" has just moved there (Barbados) for work, and he is Barbadian.
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So I’m a British citizen but I’m entitled to claim for Irish also.

but I want to know if I have entitlements to living and working in Ireland with my British citizenship alone..
without having to claim a Irish

and the rules about not EU citizens moving aswell
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Yeah,
my partner has just moved to Barbados
but being British and moving there is near impossible
so we’re looking into Ireland together as I have a lot of family there, and his job role can also be carried out in Ireland, that’s why I wanted to know the rules around moving
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my partner has just moved to Barbados but being British and moving there is near impossible...
It's actually quite easy, but you have apparently discounted that route.
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Easy how?
I’m on another forum site with Barbados and I’ve been told to give up and look else where cos it’s near impossible
so if too have any advice it would be very much appreciated
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Easy how? ....
You mentioned it in your own first post yesterday, in the Barbados forum, which is why I said "apparently" ... you mentioned it, then moved quickly on to complain about how difficult it is to get a visa to live in Barbados.
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So it’s not easy then.
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So it’s not easy then.
Very easy if you are married.

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IF you are married
which isn’t something I’m looking into doing at the moment, therefore it’s difficult which is why I asked for advice for other ways
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You mean British. Any British person (even after Brexit) can live in Ireland. Problem is the partner/spouse.
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No, she did mean "Irish" ... the OP said that they are entitled to an Irish passport.

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;thumbup: The OP asked about a visa for an Irish citizen. That s what I was answering, not whether aUK citizen can live there.
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So it’s not easy then.
That's an opinion, not a fact. ..... Unless either you and/ or your "partner" are already married to someone else.

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You can move to Ireland on either a British or Irish passport. You can sponsor your partner for a spouse visa if you marry or a de facto visa if you have cohabitated for at least two years.
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