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Honorary ConsulJames M Lyons
Address1200 Seventeenth Street
The Tabor Center #3000
Denver, CO 80202
Phonelocal: (303) 623.9000
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Judith Coker-Blaa
Sat, 14 May 2016 12:09 EDT
Possible Retirement in Ireland
I have been considering possible retirement in Ireland. Am currently on social security here in US and am a retired business executive and write novels. Previously taught at two universities in China for four years and in India for about six months.
I realize housing and insurance may be difficult issues to overcome, but would appreciate knowing if there is a minimum income individuals need to have to be able to be considered for retirement in Ireland.
My family is a Stewart clan, but have no relatives in Ireland currently that I know of.
Cory Bergman
Sun, 20 Dec 2015 23:22 EST
My son and I are wanting to move to Ireland and become citizens. I had great grandparents that were Irish citizens. Can you please give me information on how to get started.
James R. Spratt
Sat, 21 Jun 2014 17:12 EDT
My wife and I would like to immigrate to Ireland. However we know nothing of the requirements other than we need passports. My family came to the U.S. from Ireland, but it was a long time ago. I know the family name is still there I just don't know if that helps or not. But we would both love to renounce the U.S. and move to Ireland and become Irish citizens. Can you help? Or do you have any suggestions?

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