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  • Information for Migrants - Employee Tax
    Integration Website Family Resource Centre Money Advice MABS Local Libraries Local Directories NGOS and Agencies Citizenship Driving Education Education in Ireland Higher Education QualificationRecognition Intercultural Strategy The Wearing of the Hijab Research Patronage and Pluralism Emergency Services Employment Get Involved In Irish Life Health Housing Information about Ireland Public Transport Saving money TV Licence Intercultural Fora Learning English Learning Irish Multilingual Information Education Own Language Police Own Language Crime Victims Own Language Health Own language Welfare Own Language Living in Ireland Own Language Housing Own Language Jobs Own Language Census 2011 Own Language Privacy Own Language Qualification Recognition Social Welfare Visas Voting Integration Events 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 Publications Our Publications Other Publications Academic Central Statistics Office ESRI European Migration Net Equality Authority State Agencies Police Service Garda HSE NESC NCCRI OECD Sporting Organisations UNHCR Miscellaneous Useful Weblinks Irish sites Government sites NGOs Research Centres International Sites Useful Contacts Contact Us Translation tool provided by Google The Office for the Promotion of Migrant Integration does not take any responsibility for quality of translation Tax If you are taking up employment in Ireland you must register for tax purposes The assessment and collection of taxes and duties in Ireland is the responsibility of The Office of the Revenue Commissioners www revenue ie The Revenue website provides information in the following languages English Irish Czech German Spanish French Lithuanian Polish Portuguese Slovak Russian Chinese Romanian and Bulgarian You can access material in these languages at http www revenue ie en other languages html All employees are entitled to receive a pay slip from their employer This will detail total gross earnings any deductions and the net pay after deductions PAYE PRSI As an employee PAYE and PRSI are the two main taxes you will be required to pay PAYE stands for Pay As You Earn The PAYE system is a method of tax deduction under which a person s employer calculates the tax due and deducts it each time a payment of wages is made to an employee PRSI Pay Related Social Insurance is a social insuarnce contribution and the amount that you pay depends on your earnings and the type of work you do Your PRSI contributions may entitle you to social welfare benefits at a future date At the end of each tax year 31st December employees should receive a P60 form from their employers This form sets out the gross amount of pay received plus the details of deductions for PAYE and PRSI etc Your P60 is an important document and should be kept safe as it may be needed to claim social welfare benefits or tax refunds For more information on PAYE PRSI and registering for tax purposes visit the Revenue website at http www revenue ie en personal paye employee html The Income Levy An income levy which came into affect initially on 1st January 2009 was payable on gross income before any relief for any capital allowances losses or pension contributions It was abolished on

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  • Information for Migrants - Training and Updating Skills
    Soomaali Somali Srpski Serbian Srpsko hrvatski Svenska Swedish Thai Ukrainian Urdu Accessing Information Online Public Services Citizens Information EU Integration Website Family Resource Centre Money Advice MABS Local Libraries Local Directories NGOS and Agencies Citizenship Driving Education Education in Ireland Higher Education QualificationRecognition Intercultural Strategy The Wearing of the Hijab Research Patronage and Pluralism Emergency Services Employment Get Involved In Irish Life Health Housing Information about Ireland Public Transport Saving money TV Licence Intercultural Fora Learning English Learning Irish Multilingual Information Education Own Language Police Own Language Crime Victims Own Language Health Own language Welfare Own Language Living in Ireland Own Language Housing Own Language Jobs Own Language Census 2011 Own Language Privacy Own Language Qualification Recognition Social Welfare Visas Voting Integration Events 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 Publications Our Publications Other Publications Academic Central Statistics Office ESRI European Migration Net Equality Authority State Agencies Police Service Garda HSE NESC NCCRI OECD Sporting Organisations UNHCR Miscellaneous Useful Weblinks Irish sites Government sites NGOs Research Centres International Sites Useful Contacts Contact Us Translation tool provided by Google The Office for the Promotion of Migrant Integration does not take any responsibility for quality of translation Training and Updating Skills A range of statutory voluntary and community organisations are involved in providing training and support to persons who are seeking employment or training DIALOG http www welfare ie en Pages dialog aspx title DIALOG target blank class externalLink DIALOG is a European Employment Services EURES Ireland initiative aimed at providing a platform for identifying the labour market issues of EU EEA workers living in Ireland and a platform for developing solutions You can find useful information in Bulgarian Czech Estonian French German Hungarian Latvian Lithuanian Maltese Polish Romanian Slovak Slovenian and Spanish at the link below Information for migrant workers in Ireland Department of Social Protection The Department of Social Protection is responsible for Community Employment and Employment Services Their Intreo offices are the new employment services offices and they are the first point of contact for jobseekers and are the gateway for unemployed learners seeking training support What is Intreo Information on Redundancy and Employment Support Options The Department of Social Protection provides information about a range of benefits which are open to people who have become unemployed at this link http www welfare ie EN Pages unemployed aspx You can fill in a form at this link to help you calculate if you are entitled to redundancy pay when you lose your job The Local Employment Service LES Local Employment Services provide a range of services to the local community focusing on the provision of practical support advice guidance and information relating to employment training return to work and welfare rights The LES is a community based organisation set up under Area Partnerships and funded through SOLAS which provides a free voluntary and confidential service for local residents One of the services offered by the LES is the provision of Job Clubs Job Clubs are available as a support to job

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  • Information for Migrants - NERA
    Resource Centre Money Advice MABS Local Libraries Local Directories NGOS and Agencies Citizenship Driving Education Education in Ireland Higher Education QualificationRecognition Intercultural Strategy The Wearing of the Hijab Research Patronage and Pluralism Emergency Services Employment Get Involved In Irish Life Health Housing Information about Ireland Public Transport Saving money TV Licence Intercultural Fora Learning English Learning Irish Multilingual Information Education Own Language Police Own Language Crime Victims Own Language Health Own language Welfare Own Language Living in Ireland Own Language Housing Own Language Jobs Own Language Census 2011 Own Language Privacy Own Language Qualification Recognition Social Welfare Visas Voting Integration Events 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 Publications Our Publications Other Publications Academic Central Statistics Office ESRI European Migration Net Equality Authority State Agencies Police Service Garda HSE NESC NCCRI OECD Sporting Organisations UNHCR Miscellaneous Useful Weblinks Irish sites Government sites NGOs Research Centres International Sites Useful Contacts Contact Us Translation tool provided by Google The Office for the Promotion of Migrant Integration does not take any responsibility for quality of translation Workplace Relations Commission WRC Under Irish law migrant workers legally entitled to work in Ireland are entitled to the same labour rights and protections as other workers The Workplace Relations Commission WRC was established on 1 October 2015 under the Workplace Relations Act 2015 It has taken over the functions of the National Employment Rights Authority the Labour Relations Commission and the Director of the Equality Tribunal It has also taken over some of the functions of the Employment Appeals Tribunal EAT However the appeal functions of the EAT have been transferred to the Labour Court which is now the single appeal body for all workplace relations appeals You can learn about your rights as an employee by visiting the section of the WRC website dealing with employment rights

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  • Information for Migrants - FAS EURES Services for Migrants
    Family Resource Centre Money Advice MABS Local Libraries Local Directories NGOS and Agencies Citizenship Driving Education Education in Ireland Higher Education QualificationRecognition Intercultural Strategy The Wearing of the Hijab Research Patronage and Pluralism Emergency Services Employment Get Involved In Irish Life Health Housing Information about Ireland Public Transport Saving money TV Licence Intercultural Fora Learning English Learning Irish Multilingual Information Education Own Language Police Own Language Crime Victims Own Language Health Own language Welfare Own Language Living in Ireland Own Language Housing Own Language Jobs Own Language Census 2011 Own Language Privacy Own Language Qualification Recognition Social Welfare Visas Voting Integration Events 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 Publications Our Publications Other Publications Academic Central Statistics Office ESRI European Migration Net Equality Authority State Agencies Police Service Garda HSE NESC NCCRI OECD Sporting Organisations UNHCR Miscellaneous Useful Weblinks Irish sites Government sites NGOs Research Centres International Sites Useful Contacts Contact Us Translation tool provided by Google The Office for the Promotion of Migrant Integration does not take any responsibility for quality of translation EURES Services for Migrants EURES is the European Employment Services Network established by the European Commission to assist the free movement of workers between the EU EEA countries EURES has the responsibility of both attracting workers from abroad to satisfy the labour market demand which still exists and of promoting available worthwhile work opportunities in the EU EEA to Irish or Non Irish workers It is responsible for preparing mobile workers interested in coming to Ireland or workers from Ireland who wish to take up opportunities in other Member States of the EU EEA It does this by ensuring workers have up to date information on living and working conditions of Ireland and all Member States of the EU EEA The Know Before You Go campaign is aimed at preparing European job seekers interested in working in Ireland before they leave home It consists of a suite of DVDs information brochures and posters which give practical information and advice about living and working in Ireland Know Before You Go information is currently available in 16 languages on this webpage EURES offers a network of advisers to provide the information required by jobseekers and employers through personal contacts There are more than 850 EURES advisers across Europe and the number is growing You can find contact details for advisers on this page EURES advisers are trained specialists who provide the three basic EURES services of information guidance and placement to both jobseekers and employers interested in the European job market They have developed specialised expertise in the practical legal and administrative matters relating to mobility at national and cross border levels They work within the Public Employment Service of each member country or within other partner organisations in the EURES network DIALOG Project This is a new EURES Ireland initiative is aimed to provide a platform for identifying the labour market issues of EU EEA workers in Ireland The purpose of the project is to develop a greater understanding

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  • Housing-Privately Rented Accommodation
    Shqiptar Albanian Slovenčina Slovak Soomaali Somali Srpski Serbian Srpsko hrvatski Svenska Swedish Thai Ukrainian Urdu Accessing Information Online Public Services Citizens Information EU Integration Website Family Resource Centre Money Advice MABS Local Libraries Local Directories NGOS and Agencies Citizenship Driving Education Education in Ireland Higher Education QualificationRecognition Intercultural Strategy The Wearing of the Hijab Research Patronage and Pluralism Emergency Services Employment Get Involved In Irish Life Health Housing Information about Ireland Public Transport Saving money TV Licence Intercultural Fora Learning English Learning Irish Multilingual Information Education Own Language Police Own Language Crime Victims Own Language Health Own language Welfare Own Language Living in Ireland Own Language Housing Own Language Jobs Own Language Census 2011 Own Language Privacy Own Language Qualification Recognition Social Welfare Visas Voting Integration Events 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 Publications Our Publications Other Publications Academic Central Statistics Office ESRI European Migration Net Equality Authority State Agencies Police Service Garda HSE NESC NCCRI OECD Sporting Organisations UNHCR Miscellaneous Useful Weblinks Irish sites Government sites NGOs Research Centres International Sites Useful Contacts Contact Us Translation tool provided by Google The Office for the Promotion of Migrant Integration does not take any responsibility for quality of translation Privately Rented Accommodation The majority of migrants coming to Ireland live in private rented accommodation Private rented accommodation is usually an apartment or house which is owned by a landlord who rents to tenants Rent is usually paid weekly or monthly In general this accommodation will be furnished Before a person moves into accommodation they will usually sign a lease or contract and pay an initial deposit equal to one month s rent If State support for private rented accommodation is being sought please contact the appropriate Community Welfare Officer prior to entering into any contract or paying a deposit or rent The cost and quality of rental accommodation varies throughout Ireland To find out more and to search for private rental accommodation you can look up websites such as www daft ie www let ie www myhome2let ie look in local newspapers or visit real estate agencies The Vincentian Refugee Centre and the Society of St Vincent de Paul have produced an information leaflet for migrants in English Polish Romanian Arabic Russian Slovakian Somalian and French This provides basic information about renting in Ireland Where to go if you are experiencing difficulties The Private Residential Tenancies Board is a State body which offers a dispute resolution service to landlords and tenants Threshold is a not for profit organisation which provides information and advice on rented accommodation in Ireland Threshold have three centres in Ireland in Dublin 01 6353651 Cork 021 427 8848 and Galway 091 563080 On the homepage you will find the publication Threshold s guide to renting You can download this document in the following languages English Spanish French Malay Russian Czech Polish Romanian Slovak Chinese Lithuanian Arabic and Portuguese Information and advice given by Threshold is only a general guide and is not a definitive interpretation of the law

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  • Housing-Local Authority-Social Housing
    Transport Saving money TV Licence Intercultural Fora Learning English Learning Irish Multilingual Information Education Own Language Police Own Language Crime Victims Own Language Health Own language Welfare Own Language Living in Ireland Own Language Housing Own Language Jobs Own Language Census 2011 Own Language Privacy Own Language Qualification Recognition Social Welfare Visas Voting Integration Events 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 Publications Our Publications Other Publications Academic Central Statistics Office ESRI European Migration Net Equality Authority State Agencies Police Service Garda HSE NESC NCCRI OECD Sporting Organisations UNHCR Miscellaneous Useful Weblinks Irish sites Government sites NGOs Research Centres International Sites Useful Contacts Contact Us Translation tool provided by Google The Office for the Promotion of Migrant Integration does not take any responsibility for quality of translation Local Authority Social Housing There are two main providers of social housing in Ireland local authorities who are the main suppliers and the voluntary and co operative housing sector who have a much smaller housing stock Social housing is regarded as a support for people who need housing but cannot afford to rent or buy their own homes Local authorities decide who to allocate their housing to on the basis of an assessment of a households need which only they the local authorities can undertake There is a Department of the Environment document Circular Housing 47 2011 Access to social housing supports for non Irish nationals including clarification re Stamp 4 holders which outlines the conditions that people who are not Irish must meet in order to be considered for access to social housing If a household is assessed as in need of housing and eligible for support from the local authority they are placed on the authority s housing waiting list Waiting lists for local authority housing tend to be long and a person may be waiting a number of years for accommodation depending on the area in which they apply While awaiting support from the local authority households may be able to avail of a rent supplement from the Department of Social Protection to live in private rented accommodation If a local authority allocates one of their houses apartments to a household person in need of support that person will pay a proportion of their income to the local authority called a differential rent Information on how a local authority calculates this differential rent can be found on local authority websites The voluntary and co operative housing sector allocate their housing to households already placed on local authority waiting lists Their rents are calculated on a similar basis to local authorities Local authorities also operate a social housing support scheme which is known as the Rental Accommodation Scheme RAS The scheme is for people who are receiving rent supplement on a long term basis usually for more than 18 months For more information see the following page on the Department of Environment Community and Local Government s website An immigrant must have a legal right to remain in the State on a long

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  • Housing - Owner Occupied Housing
    Crime Equality Tribunal Cases GSOC Cases FRA Assessment NPAR 2005 2008 ECRI EU Developments EU Decision on Racism EU Declaration on Racism UN Developments Durban Review CERD Holocaust Memorial Day Holocaust Task Force resettlement Introduction Process Statistics Resettlement Events Info for Migrants Languages Available Arabic Bengali Bulgarian Česky Czech Chinese Deutsch German Eesti Estonian EÌdeÌ Yoruba Espa ol Spanish Français French Hindi Hrvat Croat Italiano Italian Kiswahili Swahili Latviešu valoda Latvian Lietuvi k Lithuanian Lingala Magyar Hungarian Malti Maltese Pashto Polski Polish Português do Brasil Punjabi Român Romanian Russian Shqiptar Albanian Slovenčina Slovak Soomaali Somali Srpski Serbian Srpsko hrvatski Svenska Swedish Thai Ukrainian Urdu Accessing Information Online Public Services Citizens Information EU Integration Website Family Resource Centre Money Advice MABS Local Libraries Local Directories NGOS and Agencies Citizenship Driving Education Education in Ireland Higher Education QualificationRecognition Intercultural Strategy The Wearing of the Hijab Research Patronage and Pluralism Emergency Services Employment Get Involved In Irish Life Health Housing Information about Ireland Public Transport Saving money TV Licence Intercultural Fora Learning English Learning Irish Multilingual Information Education Own Language Police Own Language Crime Victims Own Language Health Own language Welfare Own Language Living in Ireland Own Language Housing Own Language Jobs Own Language Census 2011 Own Language Privacy Own Language Qualification Recognition Social Welfare Visas Voting Integration Events 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 Publications Our Publications Other Publications Academic Central Statistics Office ESRI European Migration Net Equality Authority State Agencies Police Service Garda HSE NESC NCCRI OECD Sporting Organisations UNHCR Miscellaneous Useful Weblinks Irish sites Government sites NGOs Research Centres International Sites Useful Contacts Contact Us Translation tool provided by Google The Office for the Promotion of Migrant Integration does not take any responsibility for quality of translation Owner Occupied Housing The majority of people in Ireland own their own home Buying

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  • Housing-Homelessness
    Srpski Serbian Srpsko hrvatski Svenska Swedish Thai Ukrainian Urdu Accessing Information Online Public Services Citizens Information EU Integration Website Family Resource Centre Money Advice MABS Local Libraries Local Directories NGOS and Agencies Citizenship Driving Education Education in Ireland Higher Education QualificationRecognition Intercultural Strategy The Wearing of the Hijab Research Patronage and Pluralism Emergency Services Employment Get Involved In Irish Life Health Housing Information about Ireland Public Transport Saving money TV Licence Intercultural Fora Learning English Learning Irish Multilingual Information Education Own Language Police Own Language Crime Victims Own Language Health Own language Welfare Own Language Living in Ireland Own Language Housing Own Language Jobs Own Language Census 2011 Own Language Privacy Own Language Qualification Recognition Social Welfare Visas Voting Integration Events 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 Publications Our Publications Other Publications Academic Central Statistics Office ESRI European Migration Net Equality Authority State Agencies Police Service Garda HSE NESC NCCRI OECD Sporting Organisations UNHCR Miscellaneous Useful Weblinks Irish sites Government sites NGOs Research Centres International Sites Useful Contacts Contact Us Translation tool provided by Google The Office for the Promotion of Migrant Integration does not take any responsibility for quality of translation Homelessness In general the options which are open to migrants who find themselves homeless will depend on their residency status the length of time that they have been in the country and also their means They may be able to apply for assistance from one or more of the following Local Community Welfare Officer Whether or not a person is eligible for assistance will depend on their legal status and may depend on whether or not they are habitually resident in Ireland The Health Services Executive Asylum Seekers New Communities Unit on 77 Upper Gardiner Street can provide information on and assessment for entitlements for homeless Non Irish Nationals

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