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    Want a night out beyond the obligatory pint of guinness? Enjoy the Dublin Expat Get-Togethers hosted by InterNations, just as I did.

InterNations - A Place for Indians in Dublin

Namaste to all Indians in Dublin! Would you like to meet fellow Indian expats in Dublin? Would you like to get insider suggestions from other Indians, e.g. where in Dublin your hometown team’s next match is shown on TV or where to get bhakri?

We would like to invite you to become a member of InterNations Dublin. As a member of InterNations, you will have access to an active group of Indian expats, hailing from New Delhi, Chennai, Mumbai and all regions of India.

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    From India, living in Dublin
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  • Ireland Work-Permits
    1 reply
    Apr 2, 6:26 AM
    Community member

    Hi Rahul, I recommend you have a look on the following website. http://www.citizensinformation.ie/en/ There should be info convering all states. You should be able to find the most …

  • About tax deduction
    2 replies
    Apr 2, 8:27 PM
    Community member

    Hi Guys, I think that the best and most accurate tax calculator for Ireland may be found at www.taxcalc.eu In your case, Dipti, assuming you are not married, it should be something like this …

  • Monthly pass
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    Apr 5, 6:37 PM
    Community member

    Hi Dublin is equipped with 2 tram lines called "red Luas" and "Green Luas". the first comes from the railway station to the west of Dublin. the second from the centre of Dublin to the south. …

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With InterNations, Indian expats in Dublin are able to find both the help they need as well as lots of valuable information. "Baile Átha Cliath" offers so much for expats to explore - our community helps you enjoy your stay to the fullest.

  • Look through our Members Network to connect with Dublin’s Indian expats.
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Mix and Mingle with Indians in Dublin at Our Events

Our Dublin community is also lively and welcoming offline. The InterNations Ambassadors host regular get-togethers and a range of expat activities, e.g. a chic dining experience in Dublin’s trendiest restaurant or a get-away with fellow Indian expats to discover the green panoramic vistas of the west. These activities make it easy for you to get to know other expats from India in your local community and meet Indians in Ireland in a comfortable setting. If this sounds interesting to you, simply sign up for membership – we are looking forward to welcoming you among our Indians living in Dublin!