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A 9 month absence wouldn't in itself conflict with the statement of intent to continue residing in the country. However that's not to say it wouldn't cause problems - best not to take the chance if citizenship is important.joesoap101 wrote:Doing this would result in a false statement being made on your naturalisation application which could have very serious implications. When you apply you say that you intend to live in Ireland after naturalisation so if you leave before then you clearly lied on the application. I wouldnt recommend it, but you can take the chance.
The restrictions do not apply to citizenship obtained that way.HenrySpencer wrote:sorry to butt in Jaj, just reading wat you saying about those restrictions on naturalised irish citizens. i obtained my irish citizenship through the old post nuptial way, do i have the same restrictions placed on me? thansk for any help.