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Old Feb 2nd 2018, 5:18 pm
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Well,this has come to a head this year. Myself,self employed and winding up business,wife early retirement (both in our mid 50's)and elderly mother going home to the place of her birth (or wherever we end up near it). just settling down to take this project on. Feels like a writer staring at a blank sheet of paper.
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Old Feb 2nd 2018, 5:21 pm
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Whereabouts in Ireland are you aiming for?
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Old Feb 3rd 2018, 7:49 am
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The sunny south east. Probably within 30 mins ish radius of Waterford

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So mum and dad were Irish Born, I was born UK and wife is UK with no Irish rels. Told her we might have to bin her post Brexit. Got our eye on renting for 12 months first with a view to buying. I have yet to get an irish passport but my initial thought is just to move as an EU national....am I right? What are we likely to need for renting? I have an Irish based Euro account and we owned our own home in UK. Mum has a pps number and I suppose we need to apply for one of those.
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So mum and dad were Irish Born, I was born UK and wife is UK with no Irish rels. Told her we might have to bin her post Brexit. Got our eye on renting for 12 months first with a view to buying. I have yet to get an irish passport but my initial thought is just to move as an EU national....am I right? What are we likely to need for renting? I have an Irish based Euro account and we owned our own home in UK. Mum has a pps number and I suppose we need to apply for one of those.
Getting an Irish passport is a good idea but you and your wife can move as British citizens. British citizens in the RoI and Irish citizens in the UK have preexisting and greater rights to reside in each other's countries than under EU/EEA freedom of movement rules which won't affected by Brexit.
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