Dublin has put in bids for two major London-based agencies for when Brexit happens.
The European Medicines Agency (EMA) and European Banking Authority (EBA) are looking for new homes.
They bring over 1,000 jobs with them - the EMA is made up of 885 staff, while the EBA has 159 employees.
The European Council says it's received 27 proposals from member states.
However, the only cities in the running for both agencies are Dublin, Brussels, Vienna and Warsaw.
Source: European Council
EU ministers will vote on the proposals in November - with each of the 27 member states having the same number of votes.