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The Department Of Business Enterprise & Innovation (DBEI) yesterday published their Contingency Arrangements for the continued processing of Employment Permits for non-EEA nationals during the COVID-19 crisis. The main
The ongoing COVID-19 crisis is evolving on a daily basis and the Irish Immigration Service Delivery like many government divisions announced further restrictions on services and functions over the weekend
Here is the latest news on the impacts of the evolving COVID-19 crisis in relation to Irish Immigration matters as announced by the relevant Government Departments. EU TREATY RIGHTS
Whilst the world is gripped in the midst of the COVID-19 outbreak, here is some practical information on Irish immigration services currently effected by the outbreak. Visas from China All
Update For Family Members Of British Citizens Exercising EU Treaty Rights in the Republic of Ireland
As most people are undoubtedly aware the United Kingdom formally left the European Union at midnight on Friday 31st January 2020. Prior to the United Kingdom leaving the EU a
On the 18th of December 2019 Minister Heather Humphreys, Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation, announced some significant and important changes to the employment permit system which will allow further
In recent months Sinnott Solicitors have been contacted by a large number of clients who have been refused permission to enter Ireland at one of the ports of entry for
As advised by the Department of Business, Enterprise and Innovation, from the 1st of January 2020 a number of changes will be introduced to the salary thresholds for Critical Skills
The Court of Appeal delivered judgement in the case of Roderick Jones v Minister for Justice and Equality this afternoon. The decision is of exceptional public importance and provides
The case Roderick Jones v Minister for Justice and Equality challenging the continuous residency finding of the High Court concerning citizenship applications was heard before the Court of Appeal today.
Under European Union Law, citizens of the European Economic Area (EEA) which encompasses the 28 EU member states, Iceland, Norway, and Liechtenstein, together with citizens of Switzerland (which is not
W.G. V THE CHIEF SUPERINTENDENT OF THE GARDA NATIONAL IMMIGRATION BUREAU AND THE MINISTER FOR JUSTICE AND EQUALITY  IEHC 623 The Applicant in this case is a national of