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A child born in the island of Ireland on or after 1 January 2005 is entitled to Irish citizenship if they have a British parent or a parent who is entitled to live in Northern Ireland or the Irish State without restriction on their residency.
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A 14th man, a Salvadoran, was released when authorities from the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) learned he was eligible to live in the United States.
http://goo.gl/8QXUx

- Someone is entitled to live in...
- Someone is eligible to live in...
Do you see any difference in meaning between these two?
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Someone is entitled to live in...
- Someone is eligible to live in...
Do you see any difference in meaning between these two?-- No, I see no real difference. I would guess that 'entitled' might be applied more to persons who have an intrinsic right, while 'eligible' might apply to someone who went through an admittance process...but they remain essentially interchangeable, practically speaking.
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dear the correct one is...

SOME ONE IS ENTITLED TO LIVE IN.....

ENTITLED means to give tiltle to someone or you can also say that a Right that is granted to someone so this one is correct to use as far as i know,where eligible means to be worthy of something or legally qualified...
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Is the second example correct with "entitled" instead of "eligible"?
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