Migrate and work in Ireland

Hello,am new in this expat.com forum,am from Malawi and am an electrician by professional holding trade test certificate and city and guilds level 3 technician diploma in electrical and electronics engineering. I am really in need of migrating and work in Ireland and to further my education and I would like to ask for help and advice on ways to follow up please

Hello Clement Malota and welcome to expat.com

On our guide, you can read about the Professional Visa in Ireland. This could help you to decide whether or not you could immigrate to Ireland.

Also you can upload your CV on our Jobs in Ireland Section and have better chances to get hired :)

Wishing you a very nice day, stay safe.

Regards.

Loïc
Team expat.com

https://dbei.gov.ie/en/What-We-Do/Workp … nt-Permit/

“Unlike Critical Skills Employment Permits where the State specifies eligible occupations, General Employment Permits assume all occupations to be eligible unless otherwise specified. Therefore, all occupations are eligible unless excluded under the  Ineligible List of Occupations for Employment Permits. The main attraction of the General Employment Permit for prospective candidates is that it permits a broader range of occupations than the other classes of employment permit and may be obtained in respect of a 12 month contract of employment. All occupations under the Critical Skills Occupations List are deemed eligible.“

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  To get the country’s visiting visa, one has to get the application via online by visiting the official site.
   
Once the application is downloaded, you have to duly fill it with all the correct details, without any incorrect information.
   
Submit the online visa application form
   
After submission, you will be provided a declaration, citing that all the information provided by you in the application is accurate without any fraudulent data.
   
Get the declaration printed into a hard copy and sign it and keep it for safeguarding to submit it at the time of verification of required documents.
   
After this you need to be ready with all the documents required and the copy of signed declaration to submit to the immigration officer.
   
The information about where to submit, what all to submit, how to pay the fees and all are available in the copy that has been printed from the web.
   
The fee should also be submitted at the mentioned place and time.
   
All the documents along with photographs and passport have to be submitted in the visa office/Irish consulate/Irish embassy.
   
There is no exception to documents. All the listed documents have to be submitted for the visa to get approval.

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