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Irish Citizenship

Is your parent an Irish-born citizen? Is your grandparent an Irish-born citizen? Was your parent an Irish citizen (but not born in Ireland) at the time of your birth? If so, you are likely eligible for Irish Citizenship! Here’s how we can help you through that process.

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Citizenship by Descent

Whether your parent is an Irish-born citizen, or they became an Irish citizen prior to your birth, or you have Irish born grandparent, we can help you.

Connect to Your Roots

Become an Irish citizen to honor and connect to your Irish heritage!

Foreign Birth Registration

If you have an Irish born grandparent or a parent who was an Irish citizen (though not born in Ireland) at the time of your birth, then you will need to apply to be entered onto the Foreign Birth Registration first to establish your Irish citizenship by descent. 

A Guide to Walk You Through

Our attorneys will walk you through each step of the process, and our new and innovative Client Portal will never leave you in the dark about your case progress.

WHY CHOOSE MCENTEE

FOR IMMIGRANTS, BY IMMIGRANTS

At McEntee Law, we have the unique perspective of seeing the process from your eyes- because we’ve been there. Our firm was founded by immigrants, and several of our staff either are ones themselves or who have parents who are. We care deeply about you and your case, knowing firsthand how daunting it can be.

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-Ana Valeria

“Fiona, Ray, and the team are some of the most compassionate attorneys I have met in my life. The McEntee Law Group team are dedicated professionals that put their all into each client’s case. Highly knowledgeable and compassionate about immigration law.”

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