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Anne Murray
(@annabelle49)
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Joined:1 month  ago
Posts: 3
08/01/2018 8:36 pm  

Hi Liam, 

Looking forward to getting lots of information on our forthcoming move to N. Ireland. I'm from Co. Down married to an Irish/American who I have finally convinced to move home. We're both retired, my husband a Retired US Army officer. Our main concern at the moment is how my husbands pensions will be affected, if at all. I receive my pension from U.K. Also our Social Security from the US, how that would be affected. So I'm sure I'll find lots of good information here. Can't wait to get started. 

Anne. 


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ronan gough
(@ronang83)
New Member
Joined:1 month  ago
Posts: 1
15/01/2018 7:02 am  

hi my name is Ronan originally from Ireland and living in Vancouver working  as a mechanic, thinking of moving home but wanted to bring my tools and tool box, some of my furniture and possibly a car if it wasn't to much hassle, it would be a track car so not one for driving on the road, was thinking of arranging a 20 ft container but hard to choose a company that you can trust, any company names ?  does anybody know if I have to pay custom fees entering Ireland?the fact they are my own personal tools and not for resale, and my car won't be driven on the roads so do I still need to pay vrt tax ? thanks for reading and thanks in advance for any suggestions.


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Cynthia
(@cynate)
Active Member
Joined:4 months  ago
Posts: 6
17/01/2018 10:06 pm  

Hello,

I'm Cy and am an Italian citizen married to a non EU citizen.

I will love to move to Ireland this year maybe around March but i cant work because am Pregnant.

How can i apply for my husband permit without me working in Ireland?


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leanne hewitt
(@leahew)
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Joined:3 weeks  ago
Posts: 1
29/01/2018 3:03 pm  

hello! me and my other half are in the talks about moving to ireland, ive wanted to live there for the longest time ( im in liverpool born here ) my nan and her family are from southen ireland/cork and my great granparents came over to liverpool rest is history, but they left behinde a big family of sherlocks! never to see or hear from again sadly, nan did try track some of them down but sadly couldnt find anyone. nan passed away a year half ago now and i want to take my little family where our roots lay and maybe even try and track down the sherlocks of ireland.

before we come we have to learn to drive! lol we need a speical education schhol for our youngest son and we also need to know what schools ( high schools) are like hospitals doctors dentists ect if there is work ect housing whats that like? im really wanting to start off ether in ballina or cork but im afraid im blind! and trying to find out out much as i can before i even start the process of moving x


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Dinah Ross
(@dinahross)
New Member
Joined:2 weeks  ago
Posts: 2
08/02/2018 7:10 am  

Hi Peps!
I'm Dinah. Glad to find this community. 🙂
See you around!
Dinah.


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barbara
(@98dream18)
New Member
Joined:2 weeks  ago
Posts: 3
10/02/2018 3:06 pm  

Hello,

Me and my family are from Canada and hoping to make a move to Ireland in the next few months.  I'm hoping this forum will help us in our endeavour.


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Faith Coates
(@daehder)
New Member
Joined:4 months  ago
Posts: 1
18/02/2018 11:57 am  

Hi I'm Faith and hubs is Alan our families emigrated to Canada back in the mid 60's but for both of us it never felt like home. So thanks to house sitting we have been able to explore areas of Ireland both North and South to figure out where we want to live. We are currently in the North and have spent a great deal of time here, in Tipperary, Donegal and Dublin. I have a blog about our travels and we have decided that Donegal is the place for us we just love it there.


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