A four thousand page report into Mother and Baby Homes will be handed over to the government later today.
However, it's expected the Commission of Investigation report won't be made public for a number of months.
It will be handed over to the government, and then it will then be reviewed by the Attorney General.
Laws relating to this investigation caused controversy last week over whether survivors would be able to access records.
Junior Minister Malcolm Noonan has admitted it wasn't communicated properly.
However after a government u-turn, people will be able to access their own records through GDPR laws.
However People Before Profit TD Richard Boyd-Barrett, who was born in a Mother and Baby Home, is concerned that could still be limited.
The Commission, chaired by Judge Yvonne Murphy, is to hand over its report after a 5 year investigation.