If you’re wondering how to move to Ireland from South Africa? you’ve come to the right place!
Living as a South African Expats in Ireland can be an amazing experience, but it will come with some challenges. If you’re thinking about making the move, it’s important to do your research first.
If you’ve already made the move, you’ll know it’s not a smooth process, and sometimes any help available is always appreciated.
I’ve put together a resource guide for South African expats in Ireland. From things to know before going to Ireland for the first time, how to meet South Africans in Ireland even where to find South African Food in Ireland.
How to move to Ireland from South Africa
This is a guide on how to adapt and survive while working and living in Ireland.
Visas needed for South African Expats in Ireland
First things first, visas! If you are a non-EU national, you need a visa to live in Ireland. I’ll focus on what you need as a fellow South African who looking to move and work in Ireland. There are 5 ways to get an Irish residency permit:
- If you are sponsored by a company so you can work in Ireland
- If you’re the spouse or dependent of a foreign national who received a job offer in Ireland
- If you’re the spouse of an Irish Citizen, the EU and the European Economic Area (EEA) & Switzerland
- If you are enrolled in a school. Everything you need to know about student visas’ HERE.
- If you get a work holiday visa (only applicable to Australian Passport Holders)
How to Move to Ireland Guide
In this eBook you’ll find the following:
- Types of Irish Work Permits
- The Best Ireland Cities for Expats
- How to find out if your qualifications are recognized in Ireland
- How to look for work In Ireland
- Expat Tax for South Africans in Ireland
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