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celticnotes
8/1/2017 21:14 EST

I am wanting to move to Ireland from Us. I am a patent paralegal and want to know where would be a good place to find employment.. please advise as to what direction.to start.
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Joshuak
8/2/2017 12:37 EST

Do you have close Irish ancestors ( Parent or grandparent) which would allow you to get citizenship ? If not, it may be very difficult to move and be allowed to work in Ireland. Present rules ask for 50,000 Euro/year income per person in family that wants to reside permanently in Ireland. In addition you must have approximately 150,000 Euro in cash savings or ownership of a comparable home in Ireland. Unless you have a critical skill and can find employment prior to moving, just having the income and house may not be enough to allow random skills employment. I am not sure anything in the legal profession would be a classed as a critical skill.

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