Berkeley Solicitors would like to congratulate our clients and their minor children who were recently granted certificates of nationality pursuant to Section 28 of the Irish Nationality and Citizenship Act 1956.
The applicants were minor children who were born in the State but not entitled to citizenship at birth of any other country.
We applied to the Minister to grant them certificates of nationality on the basis that they were Irish citizens by birth pursuant to Section 6 (3) of the Irish Nationality and Citizenship Act 1956 as amended by section 3(1) of the Irish Nationality and Citizenship Act, 2001, which states as follows:
“A person born in the island of Ireland is an Irish citizen from birth if he or she is not entitled to citizenship of any other country.”
The granting of this application results in our clients being recognised as Irish citizens.
We are delighted in this wonderful outcome for our clients.
Berkeley Solicitors would be happy to advise any clients in similar situations and would encourage you or any family members in such positions to contact our office.