moving to ireland with a criminal record in the uk

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11. Posted by Andrew Mack (Respected Member 666 posts) 5w Star this if you like it!

Have you ever visited Ireland?
They're very friendly towards holiday makers but I'm told by a friend that outside of Dublin it can be extremely difficult to live if you aren't Irish.
That makes it very difficult moving there as Dublin is very very expensive.

12. Posted by gotinbatko86 (Budding Member 5 posts) 5w Star this if you like it!

Quoting Andrew Mack

Have you ever visited Ireland?
They're very friendly towards holiday makers but I'm told by a friend that outside of Dublin it can be extremely difficult to live if you aren't Irish.
That makes it very difficult moving there as Dublin is very very expensive.

I have not, i'll see i have to get back to work somehow, the authorities will start looking for me. Cos the British government has deported me, but as i said i had normal live
income paying the bills, income paying the bills, income paying the bills, income paying the bills. However, we are missing one of it, and soon if i don't get back to work more problems, unfortunately i cant afford it from here it is impossible. I am thinking Ireland it is a good option. So i can continue slowly clear my debts whom the home office don't give a
-snip- about. You are just a number and a guideline get out :D

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13. Posted by leics2 (Respected Member 547 posts) 5w Star this if you like it!

I'm not sure why you think the Home Office (or anyone else) should 'give a -snip- about' the debts of any man (or woman) given a lengthy sentence for domestic abuse and deported?

When you visit or live in another country (EU or not) you must abide by its laws or accept the consequences. Having said that, one prison offence does not automatically result in deportation so I suspect there is more to your story.

Living costs in the Republic of Ireland are often higher than the UK and, as Andrew Mack said, it's not always easy to find employment, especially with a criminal record.

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