International Moving Tips: Ireland
If you want to move to Ireland, there are a lot of conditions that you will need to think about before doing so. Ireland has strict laws on how long you are able to visit, much less decide to live there permanently, especially if you are Catholic. If you are not Catholic, it will be a lot easier for you to be able to fairly painlessly make the move to Ireland, but there will still be a lot of paperwork to be done and a lot of laws. You will need to talk to the Irish Naturalization and Immigration Service in order to file and get the necessary paperwork for the task.
You have to be approved by the Prime Minister before you are able to live on Irish soil at all. He or she has the last say in the matter. Making sure that you have enough money to support yourself if you do move is also important, as they will deny you citizenship if you will only be a burden on the country’s finances. Moving to Ireland involves a lot of things that many people do not consider, but moving to Ireland is worth the time and effort that you have to put into the move. Many people who had ancestors in Ireland are living currently in Ireland comfortably, and enjoy being in the country.
Make sure if you do move to Ireland, however, that you think about why you want to. Good luck!