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Ireland’s Department of Justice has begun accepting citizenship applications online

The Minister for Justice, Helen McEntee, has announced a significant development in the immigration services offered by the Department of Justice. The Department is now accepting citizenship applications online, marking a pivotal step in their efforts to modernise immigration service delivery.

This initiative, part of the Department of Justice’s broader modernization programme, aims to digitise various paper-based immigration procedures and introduce a comprehensive portal system. This system will empower individuals to manage and oversee all aspects of their interactions with immigration services.

The online citizenship application service represents a user-friendly and efficient way for aspiring Irish citizens to complete their applications. It enables applicants to fill out forms, submit necessary supporting documents, and make payments digitally, streamlining the application process for the digital age. Importantly, the paper-based application option will still be available for those unable to access online services.

Interested individuals can now submit their Irish citizenship applications via the official website https://www.irishimmigration.ie/ . Minister McEntee emphasised that this innovative online system is designed to enhance public service quality and expedite the application process.

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