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Yeah residency is part of the citizenship thing I'm fairly certain. My sister won't qualify for the passport but my niece does. No Irish-green card for marrying into it unless you're living in Ireland! My brother-in-law has an Irish and British passport but has only ever lived in England. 

 

Scottish EU membership is my only chance of a route back to an EU passport and as Bicks said some way off I'd expect from a personal convenience. Unfortunately my Irish ancestors came over on the boat in the 19th century 

 

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19 minutes ago, Xela said:

I'm sure I can claim a French passport as I must have a Norman bloodline following 1066. 

I did one of those DNA test things during lockdown. 99.9% British and Irish (No Irish) 0.1% Coptic Egyptian.

Welsh Independence and them joining the EU is my only hope

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4 hours ago, It's Your Round said:

Fish and chips for dinner tonight for the first time in months is cheering me up. Covered in mushy peas and not a drop of gravy in sight. Beautiful. 

S'alright, I had 'em wi' gravy for m'dinner after a bike ride earlier today. Keeping up the quota.

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9 hours ago, blandy said:

S'alright, I had 'em wi' gravy for m'dinner after a bike ride earlier today. Keeping up the quota.

You only needed to mention France in that post for a full house :) 

 

 

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I qualify for an Irish passport through my Grandad  

If I was to get one would that mean I could get one for my not yet existent kids?  That would be the main aim, give them their future back that all the throbbers stole from them 😊

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