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If your grandma was born in Ireland and is an Irish citizen and your mom applies for citizenship and you are a minor can you go to college in Ireland as a child of an Irish citizen?


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2009-05-29 13:05:16
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You should be able to. Click on the link below for the Irish department of foreign affairs.

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the college was found in 1962 because Ireland needed an official college

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I will APPLY to college. That scenario APPLIES to me.

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