The spouse of the primary application, as well as any dependent children under the age of 18 years are eligible to be included under the primary applicant’s residency application. Ireland recognizes same sex marriage, and children under the age of 24 will be eligible for residency as well, provided that they are financially dependent, unmarried [...]
Yes, Ireland does recognise dual citizenship, so you won’t need to give up your citizenship to gain Irish citizenship and the related benefits.
As of 2020, there is no limit on the number of IIP visas that can be issued per annum.
You will only need to commit your investment funds upon received your pre-approval letter from the Irish nationalization and Immigration Service (INIS)
As of 2020, no countries are formally excluded from the IIP, however certain sanctioned countries may be prevented from applying for Irish investment residency.
Immigrant investors can choose from the following investment options to gain Irish residency: 1) Endowments: A donation of no less than €500,000 into a philanthropic project or similar approved initiative with benefit to the Irish public can serve as the basis for a residency application under the IIP. Applicable project areas include Irish arts and [...]
Investors seeking Irish residency by investment must be able to make a minimum qualifying invest of €1 million in the IDLF. In addition, prospective investors must be of good international standing, have a clear police record in their native jurisdiction, and must be able to prove a minimum net worth of €2 million.
Step 1: Compile and submit your application, indicating your intended investment preference. No capital needs to be committed at this stage. Step 2: Application consideration by the Evaluation Committee. Step 3: Receive in-principle approval and make the eligible investment. Step 4: Provide proof of having made your investment, and have your application processed, and residency [...]