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Stateless people have no nationality, either through legal gaps or through discriminatory state practices. It is estimated there are half a million stateless people across Europe. Stateless people are often denied basic fundamental rights such as the right to vote, apply for citizenship, and access public services. Irish law does not provide a definition for stateless people, there is no established process for determining statelessness, and there are no official numbers on stateless people living in Ireland.
The Immigrant Council of Ireland provides its services including its helpline and independent legal advice absolutely free of charge. Very often we are the last port of call for people who have been through harrowing experiences and have nowhere else to turn.
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