Best Immigration Agent Ireland in London, UK

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GIEC Global UK

Best Ireland Work Visa Consultants

For those seeking to work in Ireland, GIEC Global is the best immigration agent Ireland in London, UK. With the best Ireland work visa consultants, GIEC Global UK supports professionals with the difficult process of obtaining work permits and visas since it has a thorough awareness of Ireland’s immigration policies, legal frameworks, and job environment. They provide insights on job prospects, industry trends, and integrating into the dynamic Irish culture, making GIEC Global an excellent resource for people looking to pursue successful careers in Ireland. Their individualized approach assures a smooth transfer. 

Most Demanded Job Categories

Technology & IT


Financial Services


Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology


Digital Marketing

Data Analytics

Business Management

Advantages of Working in Ireland

There are numerous job opportunities available in Ireland

Various multinational companies offers opportunities to the professional progress and exposure to global business practices

Quality of life and work life balance can be achieveda

Access to top universities and institutes can develop professionals abilities and pursue lifelong learning

High quality medical care

Opportunities for networking

Types of Work Permit in Ireland

There are unique qualifying requirements, circumstances, and requirements for each type of work visa. Because of these possibilities, Ireland is a desirable and appealing location for job seekers from a variety of professions, circumstances, and industries.

It’s crucial to remember that laws and visa requirements in Ireland are subject to change. Consult the official website of the relevant government authorities for the most current and accurate information, or ask our best Ireland work visa consultants at GIEC Global UK for guidance. To be eligible to work abroad, candidates must follow certain documents and application procedures for each type of visa.

Critical Skills Employment Permit

Intended for people with highly desirable skills, enables professionals to work in positions on the critical skills occupations list.

General Employment Permit

For foreign workers to work in Ireland for non-critical skill occupations when an employer can show that no suitable Irish or EEA candidate is available.

Dependent/Partner/Spouse Employment Permit

For the applicants who must be dependents of holders of Critical Skills Employment permits as well as partners and spouses of certain work permit holders.

Intra-Company Transfer Employment Permit

For moving staff members within multinational corporations.

Internship Employment Permit

For the recent graduated and non EEA students pursuing an internship in Ireland as part of their academic program.

Exchange Agreement Employment Permit

Facilitates the recruitment and hiring of workers under exchange agreements between Irish and foreign organizations.

Sport and Cultural Employment Permit

For the international athletes, coaches and performers from the arts participating in sporting or cultural events.

Reactivation Employment Permit

For former holders of a work permit who are returning to Ireland to resume employments.

Atypical Working Scheme

For some groups of workers who are not covered by other employment permit types, such as temporary and unusual circumstances.

Basic Document Requirements

  • A valid passport and minimum of at least six months of validity
  • Job offer letter that provides details of the position, responsibilities, salary and employment terms from an Irish Employer
  • Updated resume 
  • Academic and professional qualification, degrees and certificates
  • Evidence of Language Proficiency
  • Provide salary details and pay-slips from previous employer
  • Employment agreement or contract
  • Passport sized photo
  • Enough fund evidence that shows you can support yourself and your expenses during your stay in Ireland

The above list are some basic documents that are required during the application of work permit visa. For more information, assistance and document checklist, please contact the best immigration agent Ireland, GIEC Global UK today.

Guidance and Assistance Provided by GIEC Global UK

Provide reliable and current information, ensuring that you are aware of the needs and options that are open to you.

We access your unique circumstances including your qualifications, skills, employment offers and objectives and then suggest the best work permit category.

We help you gather and arrange all the paperwork required to submit during your application process.

We take care of filing your application to the appropriate immigration authorities and handling any follow up actions.

We take care of application process to help you save time and stress.

We ensure that the job offer and supporting documents meet the immigration requirements.

We make sure that your application complies with all the legal requirements reducing the possibility of mistakes that can result to rejection.

We make sure that your application complies with all the legal requirements reducing the possibility of mistakes that can result to rejection.

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Office Telephone : +44 (742) 4234034

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frequently asked questions

You can learn more from our asked questions

What are the common possibilities for a work visa for British nationals in Ireland?

Common choices include general employment permits, critical skills employment permits and others.

As a citizen of the UK, do I require a job offer before requesting an Irish work visa?

In general, a job offer is necessary for the majority of Irish work visas.

What paperwork is required for a UK Citizen to apply for an Irish work visa?

A current passport, a job offer and supporting documentations are usually needed.

While working in Ireland, am I able to access the healthcare benefits?

The Irish healthcare system is accessible to those with appropriate employment visas.

Are there any language requirements for UK citizens seeking for employment in Ireland?

Since English is widely spoken in Ireland, competence is usually enough.

Can a UK citizen with a work visa change jobs in Ireland?

It is feasible to switch employers, and GIEC Global UK can help you with the procedure.

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