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Rights of residence in Ireland

Residence rights of EU/EEA nationals in Ireland
EU nationals have the right to travel to Ireland and do not require a residence permit to remain here. There are however some limits on these rights - find out more.

Residence rights of family members
Foreign nationals who move to Ireland may be entitled to bring their family to live with them.

Residence rights of non-EEA nationals
Description of how non-EEA nationals may be granted permission to remain that allows them to live in Ireland.

Types of residence permission for non-EEA nationals
There are various types of residence rights or permission to remain that allow non-EEA nationals to live in Ireland.

Registration of non-EEA nationals in Ireland
Describes the requirements for non-EEA nationals to register with the Garda Síochána and how they can do it.

Residence rights in Ireland
Residence rights in Ireland-Information from CitizensInformation.ie

Residence rights of UK citizens
UK citizens can move to live in Ireland from any country without any conditions or restrictions.

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Gaeilge

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If you have a question relating to this topic you can contact the Citizens Information Phone Service on 0761 07 4000 (Monday to Friday, 9am to 8pm) or you can visit your local Citizens Information Centre.