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Thread: Passports for children of ''New Irish''.

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    Default Passports for children of ''New Irish''.

    My brother in law got Irish Citizenship after 6 years of work permits.He has 3 non EU children .What is their legal position now?Are they entitled to become citizens ?

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    It sounds like your sister made a fine catch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by seanmoylantd View Post
    My brother in law got Irish Citizenship after 6 years of work permits.He has 3 non EU children .What is their legal position now?Are they entitled to become citizens ?
    Are they not children of an Irish citizen?

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    Quote Originally Posted by seanmoylantd View Post
    My brother in law got Irish Citizenship after 6 years of work permits.He has 3 non EU children .What is their legal position now?Are they entitled to become citizens ?
    If they are minors then he can apply for them to be naturalized too, but their right to citizenship is not automatically established. Any children born after his naturalization should become citizens automatically.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Telemachus View Post
    It sounds like your sister made a fine catch.
    Only second to landing you.

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    I think the child has to live in Ireland 3 years before the process can begin, by the way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seanmoylantd View Post
    My brother in law got Irish Citizenship after 6 years of work permits.He has 3 non EU children .What is their legal position now?Are they entitled to become citizens ?
    Congrats to your brother in law. Now, where were the kids born and how old are they?

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    Quote Originally Posted by toxic avenger View Post
    If they are minors then he can apply for them
    to be naturalized too, but their right to citizenship is not automatically established. Any children born after his naturalization should become citizens automatically.
    Just curious, but descendants of people born in Ireland are entitled to Irish passports, so why would these kids not be immediately entitled?

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    They were born before he became an Irish citizen so they have no automatic rights to anything.

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    When will the 'new' Irish become the Irish? Surely everything including new citizens has a depreciation?
    I hate the term.
    Boycott the "Irish" Sun rag.

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