The following questions relate to general issues that arise for returning Irish emigrants. These issues include education, employment, residency and how to obtain a birth certificate.
The information below is intended to provide basic information and to help answer your questions about returning or moving to Ireland.
For further details or advice, please contact us at Safe Home Ireland and we will explain the process and assess your situation.
Tax matters are very personal so can be different depending on someone’s individual circumstances. We advise everyone to contact the Tax Authorities in the country they are leaving for guidelines.
Then on arrival in Ireland, contact the relevant Revenue Office here to clarity your individual situation. Contact details, county by county: http://www.revenue.ie/en/contact/
For information on Income Tax and how this is calculated:
The best agencies to contact are:
LINK TO : www.inis.gov.ie – Irish Naturalisation & Immigration Service
LINK TO www.migrantproject.ie: for information on immigration issues, work permits etc. They also provide vital information on pre-departure and returning to Ireland
Apply by post to: Government Offices, Convent Road, Roscommon, Ireland
Request an Application form by phone:
Tel: +353 90 663 2900
Locall:1890 25 20 76 (Ireland only)
Request application form via email: email@example.com
Or contact us here at Safe Home and we can post an application form out from here
Ordering online: www.certificates.ie
Certificates of birth, adoption, stillbirth, marriage, civil partnership or death can be ordered online via this official Health Service Executive website (using a secure payment facility). Queries in relation to certificate orders that have been placed can be emailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
PLEASE NOTE – If the life event has not been registered, do not apply online as it will not be available. The price of a standard certificate is €20 (plus postage).