This page details team member nationality requirements for people setting up businesses in Ireland.
European Economic Area (EEA) or Swiss citizens do not need permission to establish a business in Ireland and do not require a visa to visit, travel to, live, or work in Ireland.
Your company must have a Director who is resident in the EEA, or you must take out a ‘Section 137 Revenue Bond’ for 2 years. (Source)
Non EEA/Swiss citizens can also apply for one of two scenes to set up businesses in Ireland: Immigrant Investor Programme for those investing in Ireland (less relevant) and the Start-up Entrepreneur Programme (STEP). Those applying under the STEP must have their company be less than 5 years old and headquartered and controlled in Ireland.
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