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Question by SOLLY
Submitted on 4/26/2004
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is it true that a child born in northern ireland can claim either british or irish citizenship(republic of ireland

Answer by kingqueen
Submitted on 5/20/2004
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I don't know that is what i want to find out also


Answer by Grahamydude
Submitted on 9/3/2005
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Yes that is true but generally depends on if you want to be called british or irish


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