Irish DFA surveys ex-pats planning to move back home

The Irish government has commissioned a report on the various obstacles facing Irish people living in the U.S. who wish to return to live in Ireland. Those attempting a return to the motherland have reported regulation-based difficulties in regards to transferring insurance, obtaining driving licenses, and transporting pets.
The report seeks to collect information that will inform government policy and action, with the goal of making this transition back to Ireland as easy as possible. People wishing to detail specific examples of administrative difficulties that they have personally experienced in moving back to Ireland are invited to write to: The Irish Abroad Unit, Department of Foreign Affairs & Trade, 80 St. Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2 or Email the Irish Abroad Unit via: The deadline for submissions is the end of September 2017.