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A Small Country with a Huge Diaspora, Ireland Navigates Its New Status as an Immigration Hub

A Small Country with a Huge Diaspora, Ireland Navigates Its New Status as an Immigration Hub

Tens of millions of people globally claim Irish heritage, due to the country‚Äôs long history of emigration to places such as the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, and Australia. In recent years, many more people have been moving to Ireland than leaving, providing benefits to the country but also posing challenges. This article provides an overview of Ireland’s migration trends and policies, past and present.