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>> No. 23717 Fairy
26th June 2016
Sunday 10:58 am
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Help lads. I can't make sense of this table.

My mother was born in Northern Ireland but has only ever used a British passport and I was born in England. I can't work out if my mum classes as an Irish citizen even though she's never claimed an Irish passport because she was born there, and whether or not I therefore am.

Does she need to claim Irish citizenship first or is she already one?

Luckily, my two grandparents are from the North but only ever have Irish passports, so I can fall back on that, but naturally it's much easier if I can work out if my mum classes as an Irish citizen even though she's not got an Irish passport and if I am.

Thanks lads, this table is vague at best.
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>> No. 23719 Gazza
26th June 2016
Sunday 11:37 am
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>>23717
No I'm afraid you can't. It's already been two generations, and I don't see how you can make that claim.

If you did, every american under the sun would be applying for an Irish citizenship because their grandparent(s) were citizens.

Sorry mate.
>> No. 23720 AnonFromHK
26th June 2016
Sunday 11:39 am
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>>23719

Retardlad, Irish ancestry visas apply to anyone with one Irish grandparent.

OP: call the consulate general and ask them for the procedures. I managed to pick up a passport in less than two weeks a few years ago.
>> No. 23721 Fairy
26th June 2016
Sunday 11:41 am
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>>23719

Have you even read the table? I'm definitely entitled through my grandparents being Irish citizens but it just makes it easier if I can apply directly.

I just don't know if my mum classes as an Irish citizen or not and it's not clear whether or not she is one for being born on the island of Ireland or whether or not she'd need an Irish passport too.
>> No. 23722 Terrorist
26th June 2016
Sunday 2:32 pm
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People born in Northern Ireland have a right to claim Irish citizenship so your mum counts as an Irish citizen even if she's only ever used a British passport.
>> No. 23723 Fairy
26th June 2016
Sunday 2:37 pm
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>>23720

They only open when I work and apparently had a 40 min wait time before Brexit, but thanks, will do.

>>23722
Thanks, so does that mean I am an Irish citizen then by default even though I'm English?

Different people have said different things, I just need to know if I can apply straight for a passport or if I need to register on the foreign birth register.
>> No. 23724 Monkey
26th June 2016
Sunday 3:26 pm
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>>23723
>I just need to know if I can apply straight for a passport or if I need to register on the foreign birth register.

So that's why you're asking on an anonymous image board your dozy twat?

You voted leave, and now you're asking random strangers to help you get citizenship. What a shit show.
>> No. 23725 Fairy
26th June 2016
Sunday 3:32 pm
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>>23724>>23724

>You voted leave

Am I missing a joke here or something? What part of my post alludes to me voting leave in any way?

I voted to remain, not that it's relevant to the thread.
>> No. 23726 Boyo
26th June 2016
Sunday 3:37 pm
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>>23725
>I voted to remain
A likely story.
>> No. 23727 Fairy
26th June 2016
Sunday 3:38 pm
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>>23726
This joke has gone over my head, not that i care for it - I just want to know if I can go driect for the passport or need to register as a foreign birth.
>> No. 23728 Gazza
26th June 2016
Sunday 3:59 pm
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>>23725
I remember you from yesterday you smart cunt.
>> No. 23729 Fairy
26th June 2016
Sunday 4:00 pm
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>>23728

What the fuck are you (plural) talking about?
>> No. 23730 Boyo
26th June 2016
Sunday 4:38 pm
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>>23729
We know how you voted. It'll be easier if you just admit it.
>> No. 23731 Cockernay
26th June 2016
Sunday 5:22 pm
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>>23730
You're being awful childish there, bachgen.
>> No. 23732 Fairy
26th June 2016
Sunday 5:24 pm
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>>23731
>>23730
Can everybody shitting up my thread please tell me if I'm an Irish citizen or not or fuck off?
>> No. 23733 Aki
26th June 2016
Sunday 5:30 pm
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>>23732
You can fuck off.
>> No. 23734 Fairy
26th June 2016
Sunday 5:40 pm
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>>23733
Why do you people do this? Why do you insist on driving threads into the ground?

I don't possibly see what amusement or entertainment can come of it.
>> No. 23735 Cockernay
26th June 2016
Sunday 5:45 pm
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>>23732
I don't know, but have you tried contacting the Irish immigration people or embassy or whatever the equivalent is? They'll be able to tell you who you should be asking, at the very least.
>> No. 23736 Fairy
26th June 2016
Sunday 5:50 pm
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>>23735

We officially announced the result on Friday. The Irish embassy is known for having very few staff and long, long waiting times on the phone of up to an hour and it's only open during working hours.

Now we've left and every cunt is wheeling our their nan to get a passport it's going to be a huge backlog, it's much easier if I can just request to be sent the correct form and send that off, but first I need to know which level of form I need.
>> No. 23738 Nutfag
26th June 2016
Sunday 9:10 pm
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>>23717

Christ you're thick as shite even for a remainist pseudo-paddy.

If your mother was born "in the island of Ireland" before 2005 she qualifies as A on the table. It fucking says so right there for the babby jesus' fucking sake.

You therefore qualify as C on the table. You can just post off the fucking form and don't even have to go faffing about on a trip to Ireland to register your filthy foreign birth at your mum's local parish.

Honestly you should hand your British passport back on the way out, you uselessly thick sack of shite.
>> No. 23739 Fairy
26th June 2016
Sunday 9:15 pm
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>>23738

It confused me as it said you are an Irish citizen or entitled to it.

Why would they add the entitled to it section if everybody was automatically a citizen? It implies that there are conditions where being born on the island of Ireland doesn't make you an automatic Irish citizen.
>> No. 23740 Britfag
26th June 2016
Sunday 9:18 pm
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>>23739

You're either being intentionally obtuse or you're living up to the stereotype that the Irish carry.
>> No. 23741 Fairy
26th June 2016
Sunday 9:30 pm
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>>23740

Come off it lad.

Why would they add the entitled bit if everybody is automatically a citizen? There must be a reason for it, hence it's not unreasonable for me to think that a parent who only ever used a UK passport might be excluded from that.

How is that ridiculous? I've asked elsewhere online and people are saying I am not an Irish citizen. It's bloody confusing.
>> No. 23742 Britfag
26th June 2016
Sunday 9:36 pm
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>You're either being intentionally obtuse or you're living up to the stereotype that the Irish carry.

There's a stereotype?
>> No. 23743 Nutfag
26th June 2016
Sunday 9:40 pm
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>>23741

Ambulancelad? Is that you? How the fuck did you end up in France??
>> No. 23745 Britfag
26th June 2016
Sunday 10:05 pm
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>>23743

Shit, he managed to get past the front door.
>> No. 23746 Raoul
26th June 2016
Sunday 10:07 pm
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>>23745

He was only trying to go to Aldi, but his sat nav was on the fritz.
>> No. 23747 Cockernay
26th June 2016
Sunday 11:28 pm
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>>23746

Does his m7 still need an ambulance or is it a bit too late now.

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