Friday 25th July 2014
Generation Emigration

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Inspirational Irish women abroad On International Women's Day, three Irish emigrant women share their stories with Catriona Doherty
10 things to consider when moving abroad: by a long-term emigrant Patrick McKenna, who left Ireland for Canada 35 years ago, suggests a list of questions people should ask themselves when they are considering emigration
Moving2Canada to offer recruitment service The hugely successful website for Irish people Moving2Canada has set up a new recruitment agency to help Irish workers connect with Canadian employers
Number of Irish applying for Australian working holiday visas falls dramatically New figures published by the Australian Department of Immigration and Citizenship today show the number of Irish citizens granted working holiday visas in the second half of 2012 was down 28.8 per cent on the same period in 2011.
Irish Canadian Immigration Centre offers assistance to thousands in first year It is only 12 months since the Irish Canadian Immigration Centre opened its doors to assist the thousands of Irish emigrants flocking to the country. Cathy Murphy, Director of the Toronto based Centre, tells Gráinne Burns about the vital role of the outreach service in the country.
Working holiday visas, Presidential speeches, and the continuing debate about ‘Ireland abandoners’ Articles relating to emigration and the Irish abroad this week.
Back to the land of Pats for the expat The more involved I become with this country again, the more my eyes are opened to what was there all along, writes Jane Lawrenson on her return from Canada.
Canadian visa quota filled in record time The Canadian working holiday visa quota for Irish people has already been filled for this year, in less than four days after applications opened.