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Integration practices CITIZENSHIP APPLICATION SUPPORT SERVICE
Project begin 01/03/2011

Target audience

  • AGE
    • 65+
    • 40-65
    • 25-40
    • 18-25
    • <18
  • RESIDENCE STATUS
    • 2nd/ 3rd generation
    • Permanent residents
  • EMPLOYMENT STATUS
    • Students
    • In vocational training
    • Self-employed
    • Employed
    • Unemployed
  • GENDER
    • Female
    • Male

Thematic

  • SOCIAL COHESION
    • Social inclusion
    • Social protection
  • TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES
    • Benchmarking
    • Awareness-raising
Project end
Country of residence Ireland
City / Region
City Dublin, Limerick
Abstract (EN)

The Citizenship Application Support Service (CASS) is a free information and support service established by NCP in March 2011 in recognition of the need to promote greater understanding of the citizenship application process amongst immigrants.

Issue/challenge and
goals/assumptions

The basic requirements of gaining citizenship in Ireland must be fulfilled prior to filling out the application form.

How does it work?

People who are filling out citizenship applications are welcome to visit New Communities Partnership for free information and support service. A drop in clinic is available as is a citizenship support helpline.

 

 

Results

A very successful service in guiding people in how to fill out the application form which can prove to be complicated.

Evaluation

The service has been very successful in the numbers who contact the service looking for guidance. The number of successful citizenship applications has increased enormously over the past year.

Who will benefit?

All those applying for citizenship in Ireland.

Source of funding
and resources used

This is a government funded project.

Organisation New Communities Partnership
Contact person Issah Huseini (Send email)
Function CEO New Communities Partnership
Website http://www.newcommunities.ie/
 

 

 
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