IRELAND IMMIGRANT INVESTOR PROGRAMME - IRISH RESIDENCY BY
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Background and Guide - Ireland Investor Immigration
The Republic of Ireland is an island in the North Atlantic, with a population of
4.8 million. Nestled in the heart of the country is a haven of picturesque
villages, stunning tracks, trails and waterways and brilliant bars and
Ireland has been a member state of the European Union since 1973. Permanent
Residency under the Irish Immigrant Investor programme grants the right to move to
Ireland and travel within the EU with minimal visa requirements and is the first
step towards gaining Irish Citizenship. Contact our Irish Immigration Consultants and Lawyers by telephone or
visit us in our offices in Brisbane, Australia, Singapore, Hong Kong, London, UK and Lisbon, Portugal.
The main objectives of the Irish Immigrant Investor Programme is job creation and
facilitating Irish economic development. In 2022, High Net Worth Individuals can
apply for the Irish Permanent Residency Permit through investment in a qualifying
investment project. Apply for the Irish Golden Visa Residence Programme, in 2022,
and seek Ireland Investor Immigration assistance Now!
Investment Options for Ireland Residency (IIP)
In 2012, the Immigrant Investor Programme (IIP) was introduced by the Irish
Government to encourage inward investment for the creation of business and
employment opportunities in the State. The IIP is designed to encourage investors
and business professionals from outside the European Economic Area (EEA) to take
advantage of opportunities for investing and locating their business interests in
Ireland and acquire a secure residency status in Ireland.
The IIP programme offers four investment options for potential
1. Enterprise Investment
- €1 million Euros for 4-year investment term.
Investment monies are invested through a Project approved by the Irish
Naturalisation and Immigration Service (INIS) Investment monies are invested
through the project against a secured property up to 90% Loan to Value.
2. Investment Fund
- €1 million Euros invested in an approved investment
fund for 5 years (approved and regulated by the Central Bank). Investment monies
are not secured on assets and are subject to investment performance.
3. Real Estate Investment Trusts (REIT)
- €2 million Euros invested in any
Irish REIT that is listed on the Irish Stock Exchange for at least 3-year
- A Philanthropic donation of €500,000 Euros to a Project which is of public benefit
to the arts, sports, health, culture or education in Ireland. However, a minimum investment of €400,000 per investor will qualify under the Programme,
where a group of five or more investors wish to combine their philanthropic endowments to contribute to an appropriate project.
Eligibility Criteria - Ireland Investor Immigration - Irish Residency
Applicant Investors must meet the following eligibility criteria:
A. High Net Worth Individuals - Applicants must be high net worth
individuals, with a personal wealth of at least €2 million Euros, and disclose in
full the source of their funds. Applicants are required to provide an explanation of all of their financial activities
for the previous 12 month period including their: Income, Investments and Loans. Applicants must clearly demonstrate that they are independently
wealthy and do not rely on funds which are solely owned by another individual.
1. Income - The Investor should indicate the following:
- the job title and duration of the employment (if you changed functions during this period);
- monthly salary;
- bonuses and commissions,
- dividends and annual income;
- gifts and inheritances and their source (in the case of a gift, explain the reason for it and the donor’s financial capacity to offer it).
- The Investor should indicate the following:
- the nature and amount of the investment in the enterprise;
- the percentage (%) of shareholders’ equity acquired,
- the names of the shareholders and their equity interest in the enterprise and the name of the shareholder who sold their equity interest;
- the origin of the funds that allowed this investment;
- the registered capital of the enterprise following the transaction, the purchase price of real estate property acquired during this period; the amounts of personal investments, purchases of shares or other securities and the investment income that you derived from them.
- The Investor should indicate the following:
B. Source of Funds
- bank loans and the date of repayment of such loans;
- mortgage loans contracted and the date on which you repaid your mortgage;
- any other type of loan.
- Investors must provide the necessary evidence to prove
the origin of funds, as confirmed by an Accountant and a Lawyer. Acceptable source
of funds include: Business and Investment activities, Deeds of Sale, Inheritance and Gifts and
Divorce settlement. Note that under no circumstances will a loan provided to the applicant for the purpose of
making an IIP application be considered an appropriate source of funding.
C. Funds are Transferable
- All funds must be available to transfer to
Ireland and can be convertible into Euros at the time of the application being
approved. The Applicant does not need to liquidate their assets in their home country before moving to Ireland, but they must be in a position to make
the investment within 90 days of the issuing of the pre-approval letter.
D. Due Diligence
- All applications will be subject to enhanced levels of
due diligence processes in respect of anti-money laundering, Know Your Client,
Politically Exposed Persons, sanction checks, and data sharing in accordance with
the OECD common reporting standard.
- All applicants, as well as their nominated family members
over the age of 16 must submit their application with a statement of character from
the police authorities of each country in which they have resided for more than six
months during the 10-year period prior to making an application.
- A non-EEA national may apply under the IIP for permission for
themselves and their spouse/civil partner and children under the age of 18 to
reside in the State. Children between 18 and 24 will be considered under the programme where they are not married or in a de facto relationship
and are attending full time education in Ireland and are still financially dependent upon the investor.
G. Discount for Education Expenses
- An Investor Applicant or his Family member may be able to obtain a discount on their investment for any educational expenses that they intend to commit to in Ireland. The conditions are that the education expenses must be for an Irish University or Institute of Technology and the Applicant must include a letter from the college confirming that an offer of a place has been
accepted by the investor or their family member. Note that the maximum discount allowable is €50,000 and the he expenses must be indicated as part of the application process, in the INIS IIP Application form.
H. Independent Evaluation Committee considers INIS Application
- The Evaluation Committee is responsible for evaluating the suitability of Applicant's selected investment. The Committee meets at least 4 times a year. All complete applications consisting of candidate’s application forms, supporting documentation, details of their investment proposals and the findings
of the due diligence checks carried out by the Department of Justice will be presented to the Evaluation Committee. The Evaluation Committee will consider the proposal and may request further information from the candidate if required. The Evaluation Committee will make recommendations to the Minister
I. INIS Processing Time
- IIP Applications take on average 5 - 9 months, as at 20 May 2022, although they may take longer if the Evaluation
Committee require more information from an applicant.
J. Approval of Application
- Applicants who are successful and whose investment proposals are determined as suitable by the Evaluation Committee and the Minister for Justice, will be issued with a Pre-Approval letter inviting them to make their investment. Once an applicant fulfils the investment requirements they and their qualifying family members will be granted residence permission in Ireland under
Stamp 4 conditions.
K. Rejection of Immigration Permission or Loss of Residency Status
- The decision of the Minister for Justice and Equality on an application is final and a rejection of
an application for residence under the Immigrant Investor Programme shall not be subject to a review or appeal. This does not, however, prevent the person concerned from making a new
application at a later date. Where an application is rejected, the Irish Naturalisation and Immigration Service will communicate
the reasons for that rejection in writing to the applicant.
L. Withdrawal of Immigration Permission or Loss of Irish Residency Status
- Residency status under the Immigrant Investor Programme may be withdrawn in the following
- If the acquisition of the status was fraudulent;
- In the event of the holder being the subject of a deportation order;
- In the event of the holder being convicted of a criminal offence in any jurisdiction;
- If the acquisition of the status was fraudulent;
- If the applicant fails to meet the conditions of the scheme as regards duration of the investment;
- If the investor failed to disclose material information available to them at the time of the
application or renewal that would, if known to the immigration authorities, have made them
ineligible for the programme on the grounds of character;
- Where the immigration permission of the main applicant/investor is withdrawn, then the
permission granted to their family members are also withdrawn.
Application Costs for Ireland IIP
1. INIS Application Fee - The Investor must pay the non-refundable application fee of €1,500 by Electronic Funds Transfer. The €1,500 fee covers
the principal applicant and all nominated family members. Application fees are non-refundable in the event of incomplete or unsuccessful applications.
2. Due Diligence Report - €2,152.50 or €1,750.00 for an Asia based Investor/Client.
3. Independent Irish Lawyer's Fee - €3,000.00 payable on receipt of Pre-Approval Letter.
4. IIP Application Preparation Costs - Costs such as Apostilled Documentation, Accountant Report, Lawyer Letters, Real Estate Valuations etc.
5. Registration Fees at Department of Justice - Registration fee to obtain Irish residence Permit costs €300.00 Euros for each adult over 16 years.
Supporting Documentation for Irish Residency and IIP Process
The Enterprise Investment option will be suitable for investors who wish to create a new enterprise
or invest in an existing business in Ireland. This option will facilitate investors who have their own investment
or business strategy and see the benefits of Ireland as a location. To apply for the Enterprise Investment option, the Applicant must submit the
following supporting documentation, which is Notarised and Apostilled by the Ministry of Foreign
Affairs, in the applicant's country of residence:
1. Audited Accounts of Irish Business - If the applicant is investing in an
existing Irish business or is relocating a business to Ireland, s/he must submit
the most recent audited accounts for that business in support of the
2. Business Plan of Irish Business - For investments in existing businesses,
relocating business and new business proposals, the applicant should submit a
comprehensive business plan, which clearly identifies the financial investment
being made in support of the application for residency under this programme.
3. Create or Maintain Employment in the Irish Business - The business plan
should indicate how the funds will help create or maintain employment in the
4. Specify Investor's Equity and Return on the Investment - The plan should
also be clear as to the extent of the equity in the business being acquired by the
investor and the manner in which the investor will receive a return on the
5. A Lawyer's Letter - from Lawyer/Solicitor who is permitted to practice in the State, confirming the funds have been invested in the Irish business/enterprise.
6. A letter from the enterprise/business - stating the financial value that has been invested in their business/enterprise.
7. Application is submitted by Email - Application and supporting documentation must be submitted by email to INIS, Dept of Justice.
8. INIS Application Form submitted by Post - The original signed and dated INIS application form andconformation of bank transfer payment of the application fee of €1,500 to the Department’s account must
be sent by registered post.
9. Evidence of Transfer of funds - to include payment remittance and bank statement showing transfer of funds.
Benefits of Irish Residence Permit
Outlined below are the benefits of applying for the Ireland Investor Visa to
obtain Irish Permanent Residency:
- Irish Law Firm - We partner with experienced and specialised Irish
Lawyers, working in reputable independent Ireland Law firms, who can assist with
the Contract between the Project company and the Investor, and transfer of the
investment to the Irish Lawyers' client account.
- European Union (EU) - Visa Free travel within European countries for
non-EU nationalities. Member of the European Union since 1973 and uses the Euro
currency since 1999 - access to 500 million people in Europe.
- Business Centre of Europe - European Headquarters of large corporates:
Google, PayPal, LinkedIn, Facebook and Microsoft. Ireland is the largest exporter
of computer software in the world, and one of the top 10 most innovative
countries globally. Also, 9 out of 10 Pharmaceutical companies are based in
Ireland, including Pfizer and Novartis.
- Investment Centre - Forbes Magazine has ranked Ireland as one of the
best countries for business - multinationals and startups, as well as the 'Best
country in Western Europe to invest'. Ireland has become a hub for foreign direct
investment and is ranked as 1st in the world for investment incentives.
- Economic Growth - In its Autumn Economic Forecast the European commission said the Republic of Ireland would experience strong growth in 2021, driven
by multinational exports and supported by a domestic recovery. The commission forecast the Irish economy would grow in GDP (gross domestic product) terms by 14.6 per cent, in 2021, and moderating to
5.1 per cent in 2022 and 4.1 per cent in 2023.
- Lifestyle - Temperate climate, beautiful terrain, historic castles,
walks, and fresh un-polluted air.
- Healthcare system - Excellent health care resources. For the purpose
of the IIP, you must have private health insurance.
- World class Education system - There are seven public universities in
Ireland, which rank highly on an international level, including Trinity College,
Dublin (Ranked as number 1 University in Europe for educating and producing
Entrepreneurs), and University College, Dublin.
- Safe Country and Central Location - Friendly people, multi-ethnic
environment, and suitable place for family life. Situated in Europe and within 1
- 2 hours flight of many European countries.
- English Speaking Country - English is an official language, the Legal
system is based on the British Common law and the government is a Constitutional
- Dublin - The capital city of Ireland is Dublin, and it has excellent
pubs, fine architecture and good shopping. Dublin is a very popular tourist
destination and is the fourth most visited European capital.
- Easy Residence Requirements - The applicant must spend only a minimum
of 1 day per calendar year in Ireland.
- Chinese Residents - Ireland is home to circa 35,000 Chinese families
and 10,000 Chinese students (Source: Chinese Embassy Ireland).
- Irish Culture - The Irish have a rich culture and tradition, which is
multi-faceted, and comprises Music, Dance, Art, Literature, Poetry, Folklore,
Cuisine and Sports.
- Corporate Tax Rate - In October 2021, Ireland signed up to landmark reforms for a global minimum corporate tax rate of 15%, up
from the current level of 12.5% set by Dublin, in the biggest shifts for the country’s tax system in almost 20 years. Note that the OECD average corporate Tax rate is 24.9%.
- Irish Passport is Ranked 5th in the World - The 2022 Henley Passport Index
ranks the Irish Passport as 5th most powerful passport in the world, and it
allows visa free access to 187 countries worldwide.
- Irish Citizenship and Passport Eligibility - As an Irish Permanent
Resident, you have the right, subject to meeting conditions, to apply for Irish
Citizenship and an Irish passport following your physical presence in Ireland for
a total of 5 years within an 8 year period. The Irish Nationality and Citizenship Act 1956 (as amended) requires applicants for Irish naturalisation
to be physically resident in Ireland for the 12 months prior to application and to be physically resident in Ireland for four of the preceding eight years, i.e. 5 years.
Renewal of Irish Residence Permission
The immigration permission is initially for two years and may be renewed subject to certain conditions being fulfilled during this period.
Investors must write to INIS 3 months in advance of their renewal date seeking renewal of their permission and provide evidence that:
- A. Your designated investment is still in place, or your philanthropic donation has been utilised by the registered charity.
- B. You have not become a financial burden on the Irish State.
- C. You have not been investigated, indicted or convicted in relation to any criminal offence in any jurisdiction.
A letter will be issued renewing your permission for a further 3 years once you have met these conditions. Note that investment performance is not a condition for residence.
As long as Investors commit their funds for the required period of time, then their residence will be renewed.
Irish Project Company - FitzWilliam Group
Benefits of Project Company
VisaConnect partners with FitzWilliam Group, who are a very experienced and
respected Irish Project Company, which has the following unique benefits for
1. Founded in Ireland in 1975
- Over the last 40 years, FitzWilliam Group
have built a strong reputation for providing pro-active and efficient property
services to a wide range of clients and their professional representatives. Past
and current clients include some of the world's most renowned brands,
2. Building and Maintenance company
- Marks & Spencer
- BNY Mellon
- Bank of Ireland
- Black Rock
- Our Project company Group has
successfully undergone a controlled expansion into all aspects of the property
Services of Project Company
- Property development and construction services (complete delivery cycle
- Serviced office space (one of Ireland's leading providers)
- Property investment (commercial and residential specialists)
- Property management (day to day management and property maintenance)
- Asset management (maximising value of investment properties)
- Provider of turn-key primary medical care properties and social housing
- Immigration Investment (€43 million of investment pledged to date)
Project Boyne Village - Enterprise Investment
VisaConnect is promoting Boyne Village Project, which is a 'Social Housing
Project' and has been pre-approved by the Irish Government, in June 2019, as a
qualifying 'Enterprise Investment' project through the IIP. See VisaConnect's PDF
Document, updated as at 1 January 2022: Irish Immigrant Investor Programme - Enterprise Investment -
Project Boyne Village
Project Boyne - Summary
The Project Boyne Team are developing an 120 acre mixed use site known as
Boyne Village, which will incorporate Residential, Commercial,
Parkland & Enterprise with phased completion expected between Q4 2020 and Q4
Under the Irish Immigrant Investor Programme, The Project Boyne Team have received
approval for €30m of funding for the development of 150 Social Housing Units
within the Residential aspect of Boyne Village.
Irish Government Approved Project
Project Boyne has been approved by the Irish Government as a qualifying
investment project through the IIP.
Investment Terms - Project Boyne Village
1. Minimum Investment Amount
- €1 million Euros (Note: Monies do
not have to be transferred until an application is approved by the Irish
Naturalisation and Immigration Service).
2. Use of Investment Funds
- Monies invested in Project Boyne's Social
Housing Project will be used for the development of Social Housing at Boyne
Village, Navan, Co Meath.
3. Security of Investment Funds
- Project Boyne Village assigns
property-backed security to the Investors for the Investment Term. Project Boyne at
a Loan To Value (LTV) of no more than 90% provides Investors security over a
property, thereby securing Investor's Funds (€1m).
4. Term of Investment
- 4 Years.
5. Return on Investment
- 0% per annum.
6. Recouping Investment
- After 4 years an Investor's funds are
projected to be returned within 12 weeks of the Investor calling on the
7. No Language skills and Qualifications required
- This Immigrant Investor
Programme has no English language skills or qualification requirements. In
addition, the immigrant investor does not require business management
Why Invest in Project Boyne's Social Housing Project?
- FitzWilliam Group (The Irish Project Company) has been a trusted promoter of
the Irish Immigrant Investor Programme since 2012
- The Project company have constructed over 500 Residential Units with a
further 1,000 Residential Units in development
- Investor monies (€1m) are secured by means of a legal First
Charge on property for the term of the investment. A Red
Book Property Valuation prepared by a member of the Society of Chartered
Surveyors Ireland will be provided for this purpose
- The Project company have established links with high ranking government
officials in various departments of the Irish government and Chinese Embassy
- The Project company possesses a comprehensive knowledge of the application
procedure and the requirements of the INIS
- The Irish Project Team and VisaConnect's Consultants can facilitate an
introduction to our recommended legal, accounting, medical, educational and other
professional partners in Ireland
Benefits of Enterprise Investment vs Investment Fund option
Approved Investment Fund
|| €1 million
|| €1 million
|Annual Management / Subscription Fee
|| 4 Years
|| 5 Years
|Return of Investment monies (€1 million) subject to performance of
|| Yes (High Risk!)
|Investment monies secured on a property at a maximum of 90% LTV by means
of a Redbook Property Valuation prepared by a member of the Royal
Institute of Chartered Surveyors
|Fund provides Senior Debt to Hotels and Student Accommodation
|| Yes (High Risk in 2020!)
|Repayment of €1 million Funds back to Investors?
|| Yes (20 Investors - as at March 2021)
|| No Repayments
Endowment - IIP Investment Option
The Endowment option will facilitate investors who wish to actively engage in philanthropy
and who wish to champion projects that benefit the public at large. It is the most
straightforward option and once the endowment is made no further financial obligation is
required under the Immigrant Investor Programme.
VisaConnect is promoting high quality Endowment projects, which are over
€2m, in order that the endower can avail of the reduced endowment of
€400,000 as opposed to paying €500,000 for a smaller
The applicant is entitled to residence as soon as the application is approved by
INIS and the applicant then travels to Ireland to complete their residency
Pairc Tailteann Sports Stadium in Navan - Endowment Project
Our current IIP Endowment Project - Pairc Tailteann Sports
Stadium was officially approved by the Department of Justice on the 21st
December 2020. The Project is seeking 32 Donor places (€12.8 million)
for the re-development of Pairc Tailteann Sports Stadium in Navan, Co. Meath.
See VisaConnect's PDF Document, updated as at 2 January 2022: IIP Endowment Project - Pairc-Tailteann Sports-Stadium, in 2022 -
Applicants choosing this Endowment Project to achieve their Irish residency can
rest assured that their valued contribution will have both positive social and
cultural impacts. It will provide stimulus to local communities across the region
where the GAA has proven to be an important asset over many years. The re-developed
Sports Stadium once completed will provide future generations with suitable
facilities for the modern era.
The Sports Stadium is now in urgent need of modernisation and redevelopment. This
will include the demolition of the current North Terrace and its
replacement by the new North Stand and refurbishment of the current
South Stand, bringing the venue's capacity to 11,100-seating.
The project will involve an estimated capital cost of €23m, €12.8m of
which will be funded through the Irish Immigrant Investor Programme (IIP).
The Meath Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) County Board Pairc Tailteann
Project is eligible under the Endowment Option of the IIP. Donors who meet the
criteria of the IIP and who are approved by the Department of Justice will receive
approval for Irish residency under this project.
Meath GAA's ingenuity applauded for securing special Páirc Tailteann funding - in 2021
In April 2021, Meath officials were praised for their ingenuity after securing an initial €400,000 in funding for the redevelopment of Páirc Tailteann through a special
government investment programme.
The chairman of Meath GAA, John Kavanagh, confirmed that the figure was raised via a 'donation' through the Irish Immigrant Investor Programme, set up by the government in 2012
to encourage foreign investment and to stimulate employment.
Kavanagh stated that: "We have had solicitors and a lot of professionals working on this. It's not a case that you just ring up and apply, there's a lot to get through. Everything goes through Croke Park
too and it was nice to hear that they were impressed with the initiative taken on this. "From our perspective, it's great that with finance tight at the minute we've managed to find another source of income instead of going
back to the clubs looking for help."
Meath have planning permission since early 2018 for a 21,000-seater redevelopment of their Páirc Tailteann base. The first phase of what will be a long-term plan is to complete a 4,000-7,000 capacity stand on the north terrace,
opposite the current main stand, at a cost of between €12m and €13m.
Application Process - Endowment Project
1. Document Preparation
- VisaConnect asssists Investor to prepare
application documentation. This includes comprehensive documentation regarding the Applicant and his/her family, such as: Identity documennts (Passports, Birth and Marriage certificates),
Employment Letter, CPA Accountant's Report (Source of Funds and Net Assets), Lawyer's Letters confirming Net Assets and that Funds are available to be transferred to Ireland, plus Police Certificates. Note that documents must
either be Apostilled by a Government office or Notarised by a local Notary Public.
2. Submit Visa
- Submission of the visa application to INIS during the next
- Application approved and 'Pre-Approval Letter' is issued
by INIS to the Investor.
4. Transfer of Investment
- Investor transfers €400,000 to their Irish
lawyers Client Account and then monies are transferred to Pairc Tailteann's
5. Full Approval
- Confirmation that Endowment monies have been donated, and
then 'Full Approval Letter' is issued by INIS.
6. Apply for Irish Residency Permit
- Investor applies for 'D' type Single
entry visa to Ireland, and then attends INIS HQ, in Ireland and applies for Irish
COVID-19 update regarding Application Windows for the Immigrant Investor Programme
Subsequent to stakeholder feedback, application windows will no-longer apply and applications for the Immigrant Investor Programme may
be submitted at any time.
Evaluation Committee meetings will continue to take place at least once a quarter. The INIS reminds Applicants and Agents of the importance of submitting
complete applications i.e. the provision of in-depth independent due diligence report and where required documents that are apostilled or dually legalised by
the relevant authorities.
Project Approval and Successful Cases - Irish Immigrant Investor Programme
For approved projects under the IIP, our Irish Project Company (FitzWilliam
Group) has a 100% success rate with the Irish Naturalisation and Immigration
Service. Investors who choose our Social Housing Project are guaranteed approval
under the IIP subject to their application paperwork being in order.
As at 4 April 2022, 95 Investors associated with Fitzwilliam Group's projects have
successfully received their Letters of Approval under the Irish Immigrant Investor
Programme. Our partner Irish Project Company have been successfully and honestly repaying the
original investors their investment monies, and the first Investor was repaid in
August 2019. As at 4 April 2022, 41 Investors have been repaid in full (€22.22 million), and on time,
the most recent Investor, repaid in March 2022. This represents a 100% track-record for returning funds to their
Further Extension of Residence Permits and Ireland Citizenship - effective 17 December 2021
The Department of Justice of Ireland has announced amendments to the citizenship application process and extended the validity period of expired residency permits for foreigners until mid-January 2022.
Applicants who apply for citizenship from January 1, 2022, and onwards will no longer need to provide original passports as part of their citizenship application process, but instead the authorities will accept color copies of their passports, according to the Justice Department.
The eligibility criteria for proving one's identity and residency are also being simplified; for instance, foreign doctors who work for Irish hospitals would only need to provide a summary of their employment history as proof of their residency.
The Minister for Justice, Helen McEntee, TD, announced on 17th December 2021 a further temporary extension of immigration and international protection permissions to 31 May 2022. This applies to permissions that are due to expire between 15 January 2022 and 31 May 2022 and includes permissions that have already been extended by the previous eight temporary extensions since March 2020. All
Applicants who are covered by this temporary extension should either register or renew their permission by 31 May 2022 to ensure that they have a qualifying permission to remain in the State after that date, if that is their intention.
Therefore, this temporary extension of immigration permissions means that people who held a valid permission to be in Ireland, in March 2020, are legally permitted to remain until 31 May 2022, even if their Irish Residence Permit (IRP) card has expired and they are awaiting a new one.
Renewal is on the same basis as the existing permission and the same conditions will continue to apply. Special arrangements continue to apply for international students, including English language students.
Useful Links - Ireland IIP
Benefits of Ireland Residency - IIP
Ireland IIP Application Process for Endowment Project
Ireland IIP Total Investment by Year
Ireland IIP Applications by Investment Category
Nationality of Approved IIP Applicants