Irish Dual Citizenship
Irish citizenship can be acquired through birth, descent, marriage, or through naturalization. Citizenship is governed by the Irish Nationality and Citizenship Acts 1956 to 2004 and the Irish Constitution. The entire island of Ireland is subject to these laws, including Northern Ireland, where British nationality law also applies.
Since Ireland is a part of the European Union, a Irish citizen can travel and reside freely in any of the member states that are a part of the EU.
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