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We currently offer the best and least expensive way of obtaining residency in a top EU member country, Ireland at the low price of $7,900 USD with the possibility of obtaining an Irish passport in as little as 5 years.

Irish Citizenship is a privilege which carries some unexpected bonuses. Because Ireland is a member of the European Union (EU), Irish citizens are free to live and work in any member country of the EU.


  • No residence or work permits are necessary.
  • Purchase property in any country of the EU
  • Travel throughout the EU freely, using the same Passport as the citizens of France, England, Germany, Italy, Spain, the Netherlands, and all of the other member nations.
  • Unemployment compensation, health insurance and pension rights also become available after working for a relatively short period in the EU


Historically Ireland has not received any significant migration inflows. This is on account of it being in the past a poor peripheral European State with no traditional colonial ties to countries in the developing world/Majority world. In reality, Ireland is a country that has been scarred by economic deprivation and a long history of emigration that extends back to Famine times. There have been a small number of Jewish refugees who fled to Ireland in the nineteenth and early twentieth century, but their entry and presence was regrettably and severely restricted. Up until recently the only immigration that has been experienced by modern Ireland consisted of small controlled refugee movements, and the settlement of now established minorities such as the Italian and Chinese communities.


Ireland, while still deeply class-ridden society enjoys one of the highest GDP growth rates and lowest unemployment ratios in Europe. The creation of more jobs and a higher international profile has meant that this growth has not gone unnoticed. Residency can be arranged in as little as 30 days and we offer complete relocation assistance through our contacts in Dublin. Family discounts are possible and paperwork is minimal. Payment terms are negotiated on case by case basis and there is a 20% advance required to proceed.