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LATEST PRESS RELEASE

21 Sept. 2017

Migration and Diversity Report from 2016 Census

Combining the number of non-Irish nationals in the population with those of dual nationality/naturalised as best possible, gives a population of non-Irish origin of 13.4%.

Given the likelihood of many non-Irish nationals not filling the census(e.g. a house full of 18 non-Irish nationals where the number filling the form is ???) and given, for example, that after the 2006 census it was widely accepted that the Chinese population was hugely under-reported, it is very likely that the 13.4% is also an underestimate.

Immigration Control Platform considers this figure already too high and the evidence is that the Government has no policy of staunching the flow. If this is an indicator of what Leo Varadkar means by "managed migration" it is, in our opinion, at odds with the wishes of Irish citizens and the good of the country.

It is time we heard what percentage of non-Irish nationals constitutes "managed migration".

ENDS

Issued by Áine Ní Chonaill, PRO

Press Releases


IMMIGRANTS DON'T TAKE UP SPACE!

"Escaping the scarcity of Croatia for the abundance of Dublin, via Ryanair"

This video is of a song very popular in Croatia in the summer of 2016. It is about "escaping the scarcity of Croatia for the abundance of Dublin, via Ryanair". The Croatian press says 10,000 young Croatians have emigrated to Ireland in the last 3 years.

Does anyone really think this has nothing to do with our current accommodation crisis? Eastern Europeans and Indian IT guys just don't take up space. Yeah!

It takes minutes to buy a Ryanair ticket; years to build accommodation.


OIREACHTAS HEARING ON REGULARISING ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS

Áine Ní Chonaill, PRO and Ted Neville of the ICP Executive Committee attended a recent Oireachtas committee hearing





NEWSLETTER No. 29 March 2017

To report immigrants working illegally email:
inspection@
workplacerelations.ie

Or by post to:

Inspection Services,
Workplace Relations Commission,
O'Brien Road,
Carlow

You may do so anonymously if you wish

 

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