Support our campaign to reduce the Irish Residence Permit (IRP) card fee

Your donation will make a huge impact toward our work of:

  • Campaigning with permit holders to reduce the extortionate IRP card fees,
  • Supporting people applying for permit renewals, and seeking advice and other guidance around migration through 1:1 casework in our Drop-In Centre,
  • Tackling racism, discrimination, and exploitation in the labour market, and much more.
“A reduction in IRP card fees would be a symbol of progress and understanding, of welcome, symbol of hope. It would mean so much to people here.”

– Lijie, Fair Fees Campaign member

*If you are giving a donation of €250+ and pay income tax in Ireland, you may be able to help MRCI receive a further €112 at no extra cost to you.

Please complete one of the following forms and send it to us at
Where you allow the charity to claim the relief, you will not be able to claim a refund of the same tax.


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