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Phase 3 of easing of the COVID-19 restrictions

Ireland is entering Phase 3 of easing of the Covid-19 restrictions. These are the protocols and guidance that comes into effect from 29 June.

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17,000 free and subsidised higher education places available through Springboard+ and Human Capital Initiative

According to the latest update from the Department of Education and Skills an additional 17,000 places will be made available through Springboard+ 2020 and Human Capital Initiative (HCI) Pillar 1

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Phase 2 of of Ireland's Roadmap for reopening is now live

We are now entering Phase 2 of Ireland's Roadmap for reopening.

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Immigration Services Update

This is a quick summary of available resources and the most important news relating to temporary measures introduced by the Immigration Services in the face of Covid-19

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Working From Home -- Happened fast and it’s here to stay

Covid-19 forced many businesses to undergo a rapid transition to a work from home model. Suddenly, remote work has become the new norm.

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Temporary Covid-19 Wage Subsidy Scheme

On 24 March 2020 the Government announced an extension of measures targeting businesses hit by the Covid-19 pandemic.

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News from Revenue.ie for SMEs affected by Covid-19

As Ireland is trying to cope with the outbreak of Covid-19, businesses are concerned about the prolonged effects of social distancing protocols and travel restrictions

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Covid-19: It’s going to be tough but we’ll get through it

Covid-19 can be traced back to Wuhan, the capital of Hubei province, China where an unusually high number of pneumonia cases of unknown cause were recorded.

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Ireland Budget 2020 — Key points from the ‘Brexit Budget’

The risk of No-Deal Brexit, housing package, climate action plan, income tax, additional measures

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Irish Citizenship -- Application Based on Residence

In this article we will look at how to apply for Irish Citizenship based on residence in Ireland. We will consider cases for Non-EU and EU/UK/EEA/Swiss nationals.

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Stamp 1A for Trainee Accountants

Stamp 1A is an immigration permission for trainee accountants. Stamp 1A combines permission to work with permission to study.

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Long Term Residence Permission

Long Term Residence is an immigration permission that allows people who have lived and worked in Ireland legally for several years to stay in Ireland long term.

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De Facto Partnership

In this article we explore De Facto Partnerships as a basis for obtaining immigration permission in Ireland.

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Business Visa in Ireland

There are currently two programmes that provide immigration permission in relation to business activity: the Immigrant Investor Programme and the Start-up Entrepreneur Programme.

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Immigration Registration in Ireland

Immigration registration is a process whereby your immigration permission is verified and recorded. Non-EU citizens are required to register in the state if they are staying in Ireland for longer than 90 days.

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Visa application for visa required countries

Citizens of visa-required countries have to apply for Transit and Entry Visas before ever setting foot in Ireland. The same goes for applications for student permissions, employment permits and reunification visas.

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Employment Permits Explained

If you are a non-EU citizen and you want to take up employment as your main activity in Ireland, you will probably need an Employment Permit.

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Immigration Stamps Explained

Immigration Stamps indicate your immigration permissions and obligations.

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Registering for Income Tax

Registering for income tax is necessary after getting your job. To register for tax you need to apply for a Tax Credit Certificate.

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MyGovID Account

MyGovID account offers a single login for a range of government services in Ireland.

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