Working Holiday Ireland

Entry 3: General overview of set-up – steps required


Here is some really great first hand advice/tips from Carl who came all the way from Australia to Ireland on a working holiday. Thanks Carl for the write up

An Australian's guide to a Working Holiday Authorisation/Visa in Ireland

This entry isn’t so much of a detailed post, but basically a list of the steps required – at least in my case – to set oneself up in Ireland. Don’t worry if none of these steps makes sense right now, the next few entries will expand on each one of them and explain them in far more detail. But for now, to prepare your brain for an onslaught of detail, below is a list of what steps are required – and the order in which you need to do them – to set yourself up in Ireland on a WHA…

  1. Register with Irish immigration (Entry 4);
  2. Get a job (Entry 5);
  3. Get a Personal Public Service (PPS) number (Entry 6);
  4. Once you have a job, registering yourself and your job with ‘Revenue’ (the Irish tax department) (Entry 7)
  5. Get a bank account* (Entry 9).

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