On Sat, Dec 26, 2009 at 1:48 PM, Tom Salmon <tom at tomsalmon.com> wrote:
>> Next month I will be moving to Ireland from the UK, to start a job near Dublin.
> Looking around at a few banks, several are requiring proof of address (utility
> bill) to open a current account - which of course is a problem if you're new
> to a country.
Go to your local police station, aka "garda" station with ID and
they'll fill out a form for you which suffices for this very purpose,
can't recall the form name off the top of my head but its a very
regular thing here.
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