Pathways to citizenship through naturalisation in Ireland


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This report collates information and data on the acquisition of citizenship through naturalisation in Ireland. Naturalisation, which refers to the acquisition of citizenship after birth on the basis of residence in a country, is the primary means through which migrants and people with a migrant background may acquire citizenship. The Irish Nationality and Citizenship Act 1956 (as amended) governs the acquisition of Irish citizenship, including through naturalisation.

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Author(s):Sarah Groarke, Róisín Dunbar
Publisher:Economic and Social Research Institute
Publication Date:07 Dec 2020
Geographic Focus:Ireland
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