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How to move to Ireland and get an Irish passport

The number of Irish passport applications from British citizens has almost doubled since the UK voted to leave the European Union, according to Ireland's foreign office. It said that 21,500 Britons have applied for a passport since July, compared to less than 11,000 over the same period a year ago. That's because acquiring a passport from the Republic of Ireland allows British citizens to retain their EU citizenship, leaving them free to travel and work on the continent after Brexit without visa restrictions.
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