PROPERTY BACKED SECURE PATH TO IRISH RESIDENCY AND THEN THE UK*

Citylife International Realty Limited, through our trusted partner in Ireland offer qualified investments under the ‘Enterprise Investment’ and ‘Endowment’ options of the Ireland Immigarnt Investor Programme, allowing Investors to securely achieve their Permanent Residency (PR) status in Ireland.

ENDOWMENT DONATION OPTION

The Endowment projects are approved to allow Investors achieve their Irish Residency status by donating €400,000 - (approx HK$3.2m) to projects of ‘Public Good’, that will significantly benefit residents of Ireland. This is a "one-time" donation that is non-refundable after residency has been accepted.

CORRECT AS AT MID 2022, NO GUARANTEE THESE PLANS WILL REMAIN AVAILABLE IN THE FUTURE

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*The Common Travel Area

Common Travel Area rights can only be exercised by citizens of Ireland and the UK. If you are not a citizen of Ireland or the UK, you cannot exercise Common Travel Area rights.

The UK, for the purposes of the Common Travel Area, covers England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland, the Isle of Man and the Channel Islands.

Irish and UK citizens have the right to live, travel, work and study within the Common Travel Area.

(The rights of Irish citizens have been recognised in the UK’s Immigration and Social Security (EU Withdrawal) Act 2020.)

Irish and UK citizens can live in either country and enjoy associated rights and privileges, including:

  • Access to social benefits
  • Access to healthcare
  • Access to social housing supports
  • The right to vote in certain elections

Border control and the Common Travel Area

There are no routine passport controls in operation for Irish and UK citizens travelling between the 2 countries.

However, you must show identification to board a ferry or an airplane, and some airlines and sea carriers only accept a passport as valid identification. You may also be asked by an immigration officer to prove that you are a citizen of Ireland or the UK, so you should carry a passport with you. You can also use an Irish passport card, or other proof that you are an Irish citizen.

If you have family members who are not UK or EEA citizens, they may need a visa to enter Ireland or the UK. A residency scheme for family members of UK citizens who move to Ireland after 1 January 2021 is now in place.

Common Travel Area rights can only be exercised by citizens of Ireland and the UK. If you are not a citizen of Ireland or the UK, you cannot exercise Common Travel Area rights.

The UK, for the purposes of the Common Travel Area, covers England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland, the Isle of Man and the Channel Islands.

Irish and UK citizens have the right to live, travel, work and study within the Common Travel Area. The rights of Irish citizens have been recognised in the UK’s Immigration and Social Security (EU Withdrawal) Act 2020.

Irish and UK citizens can live in either country and enjoy associated rights and privileges, including:

  • Access to social benefits
  • Access to healthcare
  • Access to social housing supports
  • The right to vote in certain elections