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Old 27th July 2010, 07:38 PM
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There's no Ireland forum so if anyone has any questions about Ireland I'd be happy to answer any questions.

I'm new here so sorry if I've broken any rules by posting about another country in this forum.

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hellow,

my husband is from ireland,actually from the north but holding irish passport,
we got married 3 years now and living in spain,i visit ireland only short time,i can travel to ireland with my husband and with my little card residency card no problem but I'm still holding philippines passport at the moment my question is??
we try to ask for GNIB card but they don't allow me because i still have residency card in spain.i don't know which is which???but my husband want me to get the irish than the spanish and because he is irish.what can i do to get the irish passport.???Do am able to get irish citizen even Im living in spain.Im so confuse.

thanks,,

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hellow,

my husband is from ireland,actually from the north but holding irish passport,
we got married 3 years now and living in spain,i visit ireland only short time,i can travel to ireland with my husband and with my little card residency card no problem but I'm still holding philippines passport at the moment my question is??
we try to ask for GNIB card but they don't allow me because i still have residency card in spain.i don't know which is which???but my husband want me to get the irish than the spanish and because he is irish.what can i do to get the irish passport.???Do am able to get irish citizen even Im living in spain.Im so confuse.
I'm not an expert on Irish nationality, but AFAIK, the law changed in 2005 and the only way to gain citizenship through marriage is by naturalisation, requiring 3 years of residence in Ireland. Prior to that, those who married an Irish citizen could apply for citizenship after being married 3 years, living anywhere in the world.
So in your case, you both have to move to Ireland and live for 3 years before you can apply for naturalisation.

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I'm not an expert on Irish nationality, but AFAIK, the law changed in 2005 and the only way to gain citizenship through marriage is by naturalisation, requiring 3 years of residence in Ireland. Prior to that, those who married an Irish citizen could apply for citizenship after being married 3 years, living anywhere in the world.
So in your case, you both have to move to Ireland and live for 3 years before you can apply for naturalisation.

thanks will see if we can move to ireland,..as soon as possible.because my husband is not that young.he can't stay in a cold weather that's why we're living in spain.

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