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3,300 people were newly granted Irish citizenship, including 326 from India

Dublin: Ireland will grant new citizenship to 3,300 people, including 326 from India. The citizenship ceremony will take place in Killarney, County Kerry, today and tomorrow. The citizenship ceremony will be presided over by retired High Court Judge Bryan McMahon and retired Judge Paddy McMahon.

Applicants from more than 130 countries will receive naturalisation certificates and take the Pledge of Allegiance in four ceremonies at the National Convention Center (Inec Arena).

UK-375, Pakistan-282, Poland-170, Syrian Arab Republic-159, Brazil-158, Nigeria-154, Romania-150, US 102, Philippines 95 are also the people who get citizenship. It is also the best opportunity for the largest number of people from Pakistan and Syria to get citizenship. Indians have received an average of 10% representation in all citizenship donation ceremonies held in Ireland so far.
Minister James Browne said that citizenship gives people the opportunity to enjoy fundamental rights under the Irish constitution, vote in a constitutional referendum, obtain an Irish passport, travel, and contest elections.

Minister Anne Rabbitte also stated that Ireland is a breeding ground for diversity and openness. The minister said that Ireland will become richer by sharing different cultures, histories, and traditions.

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