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Obtaining Irish Citizenship – From Movie Stars to the Rest of us (#202)

Irish Citizenship

You can listen to the show on your computer/smartphone by clicking on the play button above (the triangle with the circle around it). You can also download the show onto your computer by clicking on the download symbol. Enjoy! Episode Summary: Welcome to Season 2, Episode 2 of the Letter from Ireland Show. In this […]

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Is There Such a thing as Irish DNA?

Is your Irish ancestry in your DNA? What influences make up your cultural identity? Is it the DNA you are born with (your nature), or is it the way in which you were raised (or nurtured)? In this letter, we will cover a common debate about what factors make us Irish. Céad Míle Fáilte – […]

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The Choctaw Nation and Ireland

The Choctaw Nation and Ireland. When Ireland was deep in the throes of the Great Famine, the cry of millions of starving people was heard across an ocean, by a Native American tribe recently displaced to Oklahoma. In this letter the selfless act of the Choctaw people will be recognised, for coming to aid the […]

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A Tale of Dual Irish Citizenship and a Little More

In this week’s letter, we look at Dual Irish Citizenship – by way of a tale of two Irish saints and a movie star. I have put specific links to help you understand the process for applying for dual Irish Citizenship at the end of this letter. Céad Míle Fáilte – and welcome to this […]

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The Origins of Your Irish Surnames

An old Irish stone ruin cottage

Naturally you want to know where your Irish ancestors came from and the life they led. However as you may already know there are several frustrating Irish ancestry brick walls you can come across when researching your heritage. In this letter we will share a map. A map which will highlight the obstacles in your […]

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