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LIVING IN IRELAND: An Integration Website for Migrants living in Ireland
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About Living in Ireland

Living in Ireland is an easy-to-use, multipurpose resource created by Crosscare Migrant Project.

It provides general information on rights in five languages as well as exploring culture, language, history, society and participation in Ireland.

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Latest News

05/08/2015

We are recruiting! We are looking for an Immigration Information & Advocacy Officer to join our team
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03/06/2015

We are looking for an Immigration Case Work Intern!
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26/03/2015

Research Intern Opportunity with Crosscare Migrant Project
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25/03/2015

The Algerian Consulate is in Dublin until 26th March to assist with biometric passport applications
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02/03/2015

FOR THE ATTENTION OF ALL PROBATIONARY EXTENSION STUDENTS - Stamp 4 application form now available
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25/02/2015

Committee to consider migrants’ access to social welfare
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25/02/2015

Crosscare’s Befriending Service
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27/01/2015

Immigration figures for 2014 released by the Department of Justice and Equality
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23/01/2015

100th Citizenship Ceremony held today-
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07/01/2015

Vacancy for an Immigration Case Work Intern
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07/01/2015

Chinese speaking volunteers needed!
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11/12/2014

Information for Algerian citizens living in Ireland
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10/11/2014

Reforms of the international student sector
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14/10/2014

Information for former work permit holders - Reactivation Employment Permit Scheme
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06/10/2014

Changes relating to Employment Permits
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Opening Power to Diversity

Immigration Information

Thinking of immigrating to Ireland? Already in Ireland but experiencing issues with the immigration process? Living in Ireland provides you with all you need to know, along with links to the resources that will help you in your process of integration into Irish society.

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Supported by

This project is co-financed by the European Commission under the European Integration Fund and is supported by the Office for the Promotion of Migrant Integration in the Dept of Justice & Equality & Pobal.