I am currently 19 studying computer science looking into either networking or information security. It has always been a dream of mine to move to Ireland not just to leave the US and never look back but to also embrace the culture and experiences available. What are some tips and needed information on moving to Europe from the US?
Ireland is saturated with comp. science majors. Especially after Lisbon and even moreso now that Germany essentially own us. Not impossible to get a job in comp science here but it's competitive.
Best advice if you plan on moving here for some reason? Don't go around telling everyone that you're american or your great grandad was Irish or some shit. It just pisses people off. Especially if you go to the wrong part of Dublin or venture out of the tourist zones.
If you have at least ONE Irish grandparent you are entitled to Irish citizenship and therefore a passport to live anywhere in the EU.
Yes you read that right. Even if you've never set foot in Ireland, don't know the first thing about the country and your last name is Kawasaki you are eligible for Irish citizenship if you have an Irish-born grandparent. I always encourage white Americans to look into their family tree and apply. We could use more whites to strengthen the race.
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