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Irish FAQ: Miscellaneous [8/10]
Section - 4) Do I qualify for Irish citizenship if my great-grandparent was Irish?

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	No, a great-grandparent is too distant a relation for you
	to qualify.  The rules are specified in the Irish
	Nationality and Citizenship Act, which someone has been kind
	enough to put on the web at
	http://www.geocities.com/CapitolHill/Lobby/1834/eire.txt

	The Act is a bit confusing and not necessarily complete.
	Check with an Irish embassy or consulate [see below] or
	a lawyer [there are several advertising their services on
	the web] for the definitive word on this.


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Top Document: Irish FAQ: Miscellaneous [8/10]
Previous Document: 3) How do I apply for Irish citizenship?
Next Document: 5) Could I not get citizenship by first getting a parent to get it?

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