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Interested in Ireland?

Ireland is famed for its welcoming hospitality and having the youngest population in Europe with one third under 25 years of age and almost half the population under the age of 34.

But why do so many global citizens flock to Ireland? It could be its stunning natural beauty, the fantastic quality of life and the high standard of living. Or It could be Ireland’s incredible business benefits – low corporate tax rates and a GDP per capita of nearly USD 70,000 (higher than Singapore, Switzerland, the US and Germany).

Ireland’s residency-by-investment programme makes it easy to make the most of these benefits and live and work freely throughout the country.



In the North Atlantic Ocean, to the South and West of the United Kingdom, the Republic of Ireland (officially known as Ireland) comprises 26 of the 32 counties on the island of Ireland, with the other six making up Northern Ireland.

Ireland is popular for its high standard of living and quality of life. The OECD Better Life Index places Ireland 15th of all OECD countries, based on a broad range of factors including housing, income, security, community and education.

Ireland enjoys strong trade links and relations with its European neighbours including the United Kingdom, and with the US. Ireland is a member of the European Union (EU), the Council of Europe and the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).

The country’s official languages are Irish and English and the local currency is the Euro.





Total Area

Total Area

84,421 km²


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Benefits of the Irisih
Immigrant Investor Programme

Fast Flexible Freedom

Fast access to residency

The application process for the Irish Immigrant Investor Programme is incredibly fast. The whole process can take as little as three months.

Freedom to travel

Freedom to travel and trade

As a resident of Ireland, you’ll benefit from access to the Common Travel Area. This is an area of open borders between the UK and Republic of Ireland that allows for trade with minimal checks and restrictions, and free travel without the need for a passport.

World class education

Access to World Class Education

Your family can also make use of Ireland’s education system – ranked among the top ten globally. The country’s capital, Dublin, is also home to the Royal College of Surgeons. Overall, Irish universities are in the top 1% of research institutions in the world in terms of research impact. Globally, the country’s universities rank 2nd for Chemistry and Nanotechnology, 3rd for Animal and Dairy, and Agricultural Sciences, and 4th for Mathematics.

Business Benefit

Business benefits

There’s a reason why Facebook, LinkedIn, Microsoft, Twitter, Apple and Google all have head offices in Ireland: it offers an incredible business environment.

In 2018, Forbes listed Ireland as the 8th best country in the world for business. Corporate tax is also low at 12.5%, and the country is home to a young and educated workforce.


The Irish residency-by-investment programme is available for the following applicants:

  • Non-EEA nationals.
  • Applicants’ spouse or civil partner.
  • Dependent children between the ages of 18 and 24 may also be considered under certain circumstances if they are in full time education.
  • Ability to make a financial contribution according to one of the investment options offered by the programme.