Location: The Republic of Ireland is a European country and a member of the European Union. It is located on the island of Ireland on the northwest coast of Europe. It faces the Atlantic Ocean to the west, Scotland to the northeast across the North Channel, the Irish Sea to the east, and Wales across the Strait of St. George in the southeast, south to the Celtic Sea.
Coastline: Approx. 3,169 km
Area: Approx. 70,273 sq km
Population: Approx. 4.97 million
Capital: Dublin
Language: English and Irish are the official languages, but english is the main language.
Currency: Euro (EUR)
Climate: Ireland has a temperate maritime climate. The temperature in spring (April to May) is about 5-15, the temperature in summer (June to September) is about 10-20, and the temperature in autumn (October to November) is about 5-15. In winter (December to March), the temperature is about 2-10.
Education System: Ireland implements the British education system, providing free education from elementary school to high school, and universities are partially funded by the state. There are 9 universities in Ireland. Among them, Trinity College Dublin is Ireland’s oldest and famous university. It is considered a symbol of higher education in Ireland. It is also known as the “Three Musketeers of Europe” along with Oxford and Cambridge University, and is well-known worldwide. Other famous universities include University College Dublin, University College Cork, National University of Ireland Galway and Maynooth University. Students studying in Ireland can use their high school exam scores to apply directly to universities in the UK, such as Oxford and Cambridge.
Tax System: Ireland’s corporate profits tax is 12.5%, which is one of the lowest tax countries in Europe. The low tax rate policy makes Ireland a paradise for investment by multinational companies. At the same time, Ireland also provides a 25% tax concession for scientific research expenditures, which has led many multinational scientific research companies, including Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Twitter, Amazon, etc., to set up local branches, giving Ireland the title of “European Silicon Valley”.
Welfare: Irish residents can enjoy a series of public health care services that are free or subsidized by the Irish government. Public medical care in Ireland is treated by family doctors. Irish residents over the age of 16 can apply for a medical card, to enjoy free family doctor services with medical card or family doctor visit card.


Program Advantages

  • Obtain an Irish residence visa safely and quickly to live, study, work and operate business in Ireland
  • Can apply together with spouse and unmarried dependent children under 24 years old
  • Children can enjoy quality free education
  • No language and education requirements
  • No residence requirement, only one day of landing in Ireland per year
  • The first Stamp 4 residence visa is valid for 2 years, can be renewed for 3 years after expiration, then renewed every 5 years
  • Can apply for naturalization after living in Ireland for 5 years, and enjoy visa-free access to about 186 countries with an Irish passport


  • Over 18 years old
  • Non-EU citizens
  • Proof of having assets of no less than EUR 2 million
  • No criminal record
  • Have sufficient economic capacity and will not burden Irish society

Investment Options

  • Project investment (welfare housing/nursing center) – investment of EUR 1 million for a period of at least 3 years or
  • Charitable donation (recognized charitable project) – donation of EUR 500,000 (5 people or more donate to the same charity project EUR 400,000 only)

Application Procedures

  • Preliminary assessment
  • Sign engagement contract
  • Prepare application documents
  • Lodge application to Immigration Department
  • Receive letter of approval
  • Complete investment/donation within 90 days
  • Grant a landing visa
  • Renew visa after 2 years