More the better. It's a game.Why do you need two passports?
To be sure, to be sure......
As long as you can show they were born in the emerald isle its all good, if they weren't your out of luck.
If your parent had Irish citizenship at the time of your birth your also covered.
"An application for Irish citizenship through Foreign Birth Registration (FBR) can be submitted by any person with a grandparent born in any part of Ireland or by any person whose parent received Irish citizenship prior to the birth of the applicant."
Certainly nothing to be sniffed at
You'll find Irish citizens qualify for most benefits which even other EU states don't... via a bilaterial agreement.Always had the choice of one or the other. It’ll be fun working out who the recent ones in the line is.
The great thing is returning to England on an Irish passport. No amount of complaining ‘but I’m English, I voted for brexit’, will get you past the contemptuous look of the passport punchers.
As they watch the flood of foreign passport holders return to our shores, all they can do is sit and wonder where it all went wrong.
You can’t win.
Am I to assume there is no quid pro quo in Ireland?You'll find Irish citizens qualify for most benefits which even other EU states don't... via a bilaterial agreement.
Irish citizens are basically treated the same as us.
Including when it comes to state benefits, means testing benefits like ESA, PIPS etc