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The Immigrant Investor Programme (IIP) was introduced by the Irish Government in 2012 to encourage inward investment for the creation of business and employment opportunities in the State. To qualify, applicants must fulfill one of the investment options in addition to meeting the following criteria:

The principal applicant is aged 18 or over No criminal records worldwide A minimum net worth of €2 million.

Approved applicants are initially granted a residency period of 2 years. After which, a further period of 3 years can be granted on the condition that the investor is adhering to the conditions of the IIP. Once the investor has reached the 5-year residency period, they are eligible to apply for residency indefinitely in 5-year blocks.

It is important to note that the IIP does not provide special access to citizenship. You can become an Irish citizen by naturalization if you meet certain criteria, based on issues such as the length of time living in Ireland.


Investment Options The program offers four investment options for potential investors:


A minimum of €1 million is invested in an Irish enterprise for a period of at least 3 years.

Do you know? INIS has set out a clear preference for Nursing Homes, Social Housing, and Primary Care Centres.


A minimum of €400,000 philanthropic donation (where five applicants combine to make a €2 million donation) to a project which is of public benefit to the arts, sports, health, culture, or education in Ireland.


A minimum of €1 million is invested in an approved investment fund for a period of at least 3 years. Such funds must be approved and regulated by the Central Bank.


A minimum investment of €2 million in any Irish REIT that is listed on the Irish Stock Exchange, for a period of at least 3 years.


It’s also available for the principal applicant’s spouses/partners and minor children under 18 years of age. In certain cases, children between the ages of 18 and 24 will be considered for residence under the program where:

They are unmarried and do not have a life partner They are financially dependent upon their parents (e.g. they are in full-time education).


  • You can work without Employment Permit.
  • Your children can receive free education in public schools.
  • Your children can easily enroll in leading schools and universities in Ireland.
  • You can establish and operate a business, which can access the EU market.
  • You may access state services.


As EU citizens, Irish people can live and work freely in any Member State, and that means more opportunities and job choices for Irish workers. Irish citizens working in other EU countries enjoy equal treatment in accessing employment, working conditions, and all other social and tax advantages.