Sunday 13th July 2014
Generation Emigration

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Providing support for vulnerable emigrants Crosscare's priority is to work with vulnerable emigrants so they can make the move in a planned and prepared manner, with good information and knowledge of available supports at their planned destination, writes Joe O'Brien.
Migrants to Britain unaware of welfare rights Vulnerable Irish emigrants to Britain are at increased risk of becoming destitute because of a lack of awareness regarding entitlements to welfare support once they leave Ireland, according to a new report by Crosscare Migrant Project.
Guide to emigrating from Ireland to Europe The third of a series of factsheets from Crosscare Migrant Project outlines what Irish people should consider when preparing to move to Europe, including preparing employment documentation and transferring social welfare payments.
Guide to applying for 12 month US visa The second of a series of factsheets from Crosscare Migrant Project outlines the application process for people travelling to the US as part of the Intern Work and Travel Programme.
Crosscare guide to working holiday visas Thinking of going on a working holiday but not sure where? The first in a series of factsheets from Crosscare Migrant Project outlines the visa application process for some of the most popular working holiday destinations for Irish people, including Argentina, Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, Japan, New Zealand, Korea and the US.