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She soon landed an exciting UN job in Hanoi — but now she’s happy to be back in Ireland and surrounded by family this Christmas, writes Kelly O’Brien.Growing up in rural Tipperary, Amanda Keane used to look forward to exchanging letters with her pen-pals in Kenya.When you 'register', you are registering that you have permission to stay in Ireland (for a certain reason) for longer than 90 days.You do not need to register if you are staying for less than 90 days.In September, Amanda was offered a second year with UN Women, and verbally accepted — glad to have 2019 figured out, and happy to continue working in the area of gender equality.
If you need to apply for permission during your visit (eg to study), the immigration officer will examine your documents and ask you questions about your plans. There are several types of stamp with different names, eg stamp 0, stamp 1, stamp 2, etc. You must be familiar with your stamp number and the conditions that apply to it. You must carry it with you all times and present it to an immigration officer or a member of An Garda Síochána (police) if requested.You must also book an appointment online before your visit.If you live outside Dublin, you must go to a regional office to register. When you go a registration office, an immigration officer will record your details.From a young age, her parents told Amanda and her brother about conditions overseas.She became acutely aware that not everyone was as lucky as her — there are people around the world living in poverty.