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The sentence doesn't suggest that different rules apply. To naturalize as an Irish citizen, you need to have resided in the country legally for five years. That's the requirement. Due to the EU freedom of movement and related legislation, EU citizens do not need permission to reside in Ireland and do not get stamps on their passport. Therefore it doesn't ...


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No, this is not true. See the information from the Citizens' Information Board. You may have been confused by the five-year residence period that leads to the right of permanent residence, or perhaps by the transition period that EU countries may apply to the nationals of countries newly joining the EU (although I don't remember whether Ireland imposed such ...


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