Ireland Residency.

Why Ireland?

Situated in the North Atlantic, Ireland is part of Great Britain and the third largest island in Europe.   Its lush vegetation is a product of its mild but changeable climate which is free of extremes in temperature. 

Whilst tourism is a major income source for Ireland - thanks in large to its beautiful landscape, famous poets and Celtic music, horse racing, Guinness and rich cultural history - the region also benefits from a variety of other business opportunities and investments. 

Recently, economic growth has been focused on services such as IT, life sciences, financial services and agribusiness including agri-foods. 

Ireland is an open economy, and ranks first for high-value foreign direct investment flows.  In addition the economy has witnessed ventures into the renewable energy industries.

The Ireland Immigrant Investor Programme allows non-EU nationals and their families, to commit to an approved investment in Ireland in return for permanent residency.   

The programme provides a temporary residence permit, which can be extended after the initial grant of 2 years, to 5.  Following 8 years of investment, an application can be made for citizenship. 

The applicant must have been resident for at least 12 months immediately prior to the submission, and for 4 of the last 8 years.

Pathway to Residency

Real Estate.

No purchase of real estate is required.

Investment.

An investment of 1,000,000 EUR with an enterprise or investment fund approved by the Central Bank for a period of 3 years.

OR

An investment of 2,000,000 EUR in any listed Irish Real Estate Investment Trust for at least 3 years.

OR

Contribution.

A donation of 500,000 EUR can be made towards funds which will benefit the arts, sport, health, culture or education in the country.

Commitments.

The investment must be retained for at least 3 years, after which time - depending on the original option chosen - some of the investment can be withdrawn.

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