Moving to Ireland

Moving to Ireland


You are moving to Ireland. Atlas Movers will get you there.

Are you thinking of moving to Ireland? Thanks to our many years of experience and good collaboration with our local partners, moving to Ireland is a totally hassle-free process.

Whether you live in the Netherlands, Germany or France; we will take all your worries off your hands when moving to Ireland. We offer you personal support during this exciting step of moving to Ireland.

Like any other relocation, moving to Ireland is a major event. Atlas International Movers is there to facilitate your journey from door to door. Do you have any questions? Our experts would be happy to help!

Are you thinking of moving to Ireland? Thanks to our many years of experience and good collaboration with our local partners, moving to Ireland is a totally hassle-free process

What do you have to arrange yourself for your relocation to Ireland?

If you want to move to Ireland it will be important to obtain the right visa. If you want to visit Ireland, you can do so freely for up to 90 days if you’re a citizen from the European Economic Area (EEA), Switzerland or the UK.

So where can I find more information about getting a visa in Ireland? The best place with the most information is the Irish citizen information website. Here you will find all the information about the different types of visas available and their requirements.

All information comes directly from the Irish government, so it will be correct. There are four types of visas, click on the link to apply for the right visa:

  1. Short stay visas
  2. Long stay visas
  3. Re-entry visas
  4. Transit visas

Do you want to apply for a visa? You can do so through this portal. There is information on how to complete an online application in English as well as in Arabic, Chinese, Russian, Hindi, French, Turkish and Urdu.

You should apply at least 8 weeks before you plan to come to Ireland. Details of the photographic requirements and current processing times are on the ISD website. 

Can I become an Irish Citizen?

Can I become an Irish citizen? Yes, there are several ways of acquiring Irish nationality. You automatically become an Irish national if one of your parents is Irish when you were born before 2005. If you, or your parent, were born on the island of Ireland on or after 1 January 2005, your right to Irish citizenship depends on:

  • the parents’ citizenship at the time of the birth
  • the residency history of one of the parents before the birth

More information on citizenship and applying for a passport

Foreign nationals can apply for Irish nationality through naturalisation. There are multiple ways for foreign nationals to obtain Irish citizenship. The Department of Foreign Affairs provides more information about becoming an Irish national through or naturalisation.

The Minister for Justice and Equality is responsible for deciding who is eligible to apply for Irish citizenship through the naturalisation process. Citizenship Division is part of Immigration Service Delivery (ISD), Department of Justice and Equality

You are going to Ireland, what’s next?

You are going to Ireland, what’s next?

So you’re moving to Ireland! In addition to moving to Ireland, you will also have to start looking at everything Ireland has to offer. Well, expats living in this country enjoy many benefits of going to Ireland including a high quality of living, great education, good healthcare, fantastic worklife balance, and decent work benefits from employers.

Ireland is known everywhere as a land with beautiful landscapes and scenery. Don’t let the cold weather and wind scare you away, they are part of the gorgeous country. But along with the country’s many breathtaking landscapes, those sightseeing here will also find the old and modern cities.

These are some of the most beautiful places you should visit whilst staying in Ireland:

  • Titanic Belfast
  • Cliffs of Moher
  • Brú na Bóinne
  • Dublin
  • Killarney National Park and Muckross House & Gardens
  • The Ring of Kerry
  • Glendalough, Co. Wicklow
  • The Rock of Cashel
  • The Dingle Peninsula and the Wild Atlantic Way
  • Blarney Castle and the Blarney Stone

Of course there is so much to see and you don’t have to do everything at once. That is the beauty of living in Ireland, there is always something new to discover. Do you want to know more about the country and all that it has to offer? Have a look at their tourism website!

Moving to Ireland, how do we proceed?

Thanks to our many years of experience and good collaboration with our local partners, we will ensure that there will be no surprises when relocating to Ireland. If you’re planning on moving to Ireland and you want our help, you can use one of the options below:

If you are not sure on what to choose, a call request is the easiest solution. That way we can answer all of your questions about moving to Ireland and help you in any way possible!

If you, like us, like to prepare for a relocation then you may find our checklist very helpful. It gives a timeline with tips on how to prepare yourself for your relocation! Download our checklist at the bottom of this page!

Moving to Ireland with the help of your own relocation coordinator

Atlas International Movers guides your relocation from door to door. If you have any questions during the entire process, please contact your personal relocation coordinator. This person can answer all your questions about the move.

This way you can prepare for your life in Ireland without any problems. If you would like storage for your household goods whilst moving to Ireland, this is also possible. Still not sure if we’re the right company for you? Check out the reviews our customers wrote, we’re very proud of our satisfied clients!

If you want to know more about Atlas International Movers, read more about our moving company here! If you are moving to Ireland and you want to make an appointment with us or one of our partners, please feel free to contact us or view our website!

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