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Working in Ireland

Coming to work in Ireland
The rights of EU nationals and non-EU nationals to work in Ireland. Outlines the criteria regarding the need for employment permits and includes information on how to apply for an employment permit.

General Employment Permit
Find out about General Employment Permits, who may apply and when a person with an employment permit may change jobs.
This document is in: Employment > Migrant workers > Employment permits

Coming from the EU/EEA to work
Details the rights of EU/EEA nationals to come to Ireland to work, and covers rights while working. In addition deals with the entitlements of Irish citizens returning to Ireland particularly if unemployed.
This document is in: Employment > Migrant workers

Dependant/Partner/Spouse Employment Permit
Details of the arrangements to give access to employment for spouses, partners and dependants of non-EEA nationals who are holders of Critical Skills Employment Permits and researchers.
This document is in: Employment > Migrant workers > Employment permits

Critical Skills Employment Permit
The Critical Skills Employment Permit is an employment permit for employees in designated categories, depending on salary level.
This document is in: Employment > Migrant workers > Employment permits

Further and higher education qualifications
The system of validation of qualifications in further and higher education.
This document is in: Education and Training > Third-level education > Colleges and qualifications

Finding a job in Ireland
Information for EEA nationals and non-EEA nationals about how to look for employment in Ireland.
This document is in: Employment > Migrant workers

Coming to Ireland - tax and social insurance
Important information for those coming to work in Ireland about tax issues of residence, domicile, double taxation, income earned prior to moving, and temporary employment in Ireland.
This document is in: Employment > Migrant workers

Coming to set up a business or invest in Ireland
Information for foreign nationals on the immigrant investor, entrepreneur and business permission schemes.
This document is in: Employment > Types of employment > Self-employment

Language

Gaeilge

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