• Subscribe to our newsletter

    Email address

  • Archives

  • Tags

    Argentina arts Australia Canada conferences culture DFA diaspora diaspora strategy economy elderly emigrants emigrant voting emigration EU events exhibitions Farmleigh film GAA Global Irish Economic Forum heritage history ILIR immigration reform individuals Irish-America irish studies ITLG medium wave New York new zealand North publications radio research RTE statistics students UK unemployment US Visas voting rights youth
  • Newswatch Categories

  • « | Main | » provides emigration info

    By Noreen Bowden | June 15, 2009

    The Citizen’s Information Board has introduced a new website called “”, which includes emigration information alongside information on social welfare entitlements, education and training options, reduced hours, and more. The information is culled from the larger database of information on the website.

    The emigration information is located in a section called “Leaving Ireland” and covers such topics as applying for a passport, documents to bring with you, working inside and outside the EU, transferring social security payments abroad, and diplomatic supports abroad.

    It might be helpful if the site included information on groups like the Crosscare Migrant Project in Dublin and the many support centres abroad for Irish people.

    Related websites:

    Topics: Latest News | No Comments »