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Category: Emigration

Claiming an Irish State Pension from Australia


  Living in Australia, but previously worked in Ireland? You might be able to combine your Irish and Australian social insurance contributions to help you qualify for an Irish pension. You can even apply whilst living in Australia. Read on to find out more!   What do I need to know? The Social Security Agreement… Read more »


Going to Canada Webinars: Summer 2022


  Following the success of our Going to Canada webinars this April, we’re delighted to announce that we’ll be running another four sessions for Irish people going to Toronto and Vancouver on the International Experience Canada in 2022. Join us and the Eamonn O’Loghlin Irish Canadian Immigration Centre (I/CAN) for these FREE monthly webinars, and… Read more »


Going to Canada Webinars April 2022


  Going to Canada on the International Experience Canada (IEC) in 2022? Join Crosscare Migrant Project and the Eamonn O’Loghlin Irish Canadian Immigration Centre (I/CAN) for two FREE webinars this April, and find out what you need to know before you go! We’ll help you prepare for your arrival and guide you through how to… Read more »


New research report ‘Ní neart go cur le chéile – Irish emigrant community experiences during the Covid-19 pandemic’


Crosscare Migrant Project is pleased to launch a new research report ‘Ní neart go cur le chéile – Irish emigrant community experiences during the Covid-19 pandemic’. The new research examines the impact of the pandemic on the Irish emigrant community in Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom and United States through the experience and perspectives of… Read more »


Ireland’s New Diaspora Strategy 2020-2025


  Crosscare Migrant Project welcomes the launch of Ireland’s new Diaspora Strategy 2020-2025. Having engaged with the public consultation process with a written submission and attending the consultation event in Dublin in 2019, the Diaspora Strategy has been much anticipated and it does not disappoint with a compelling array of renewed and new commitments to… Read more »


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Our work with Irish emigrants is funded by the Emigrant Support Programme of the Department of Foreign Affairs

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