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Here is a selection of the latest Immigration Law judgments from the High Court

W.G. V THE CHIEF SUPERINTENDENT OF THE GARDA NATIONAL IMMIGRATION BUREAU AND THE MINISTER FOR JUSTICE AND EQUALITY [2019] IEHC 623 The Applicant in this case is a national of Pakistan who sought Judicial Review of the decision of the Refugee Appeals Tribunal to uphold the prior decision of the Refugee Applications Commissioner to recommend [...]

2019-09-19T13:18:51+00:00September 19th, 2019|Uncategorized|

Important EU Treaty Rights Decision Issued by the European Court of Justice in Chenchooliah v Minister for Justice and Equality Case C94/18

On the 10th of September the European Court of Justice delivered the highly awaited judgement in the case of Nalini Chenchooliah v Minister for Justice and Equality Case C94/18. The case concerned the European Communities (Free Movement of Persons) Regulations 2015/Council Directive 2004/38/EC and the practice of the Minister for Justice and Equality in utilising [...]

2019-09-16T11:20:39+00:00September 14th, 2019|EU Treaty Rights, Immigration Law|

New Statement from the Minister for Justice and Equality Following the High Court Decision in Jones v Minister for Justice & Equality and Irish Citizenship Applications

The Irish Naturalisation and Immigration Service posted an updated statement on the INIS website yesterday the 11th of September from the Minister for Justice and Equality concerning the processing of citizenship applications and what the government is doing to remedy the catastrophic findings of the High Court in the case of our client Roderick Jones [...]

2019-09-12T14:07:04+00:00September 12th, 2019|Immigration Law, Visa Applications|

Preclearance process for Non-EEA de facto partners of Irish citizens announced today

In a much-welcomed announcement today, the Minister for Justice and Equality Mr Charlie Flanagan announced a new Preclearance procedure for Non-EEA Defacto partners of Irish citizens seeking to move to Ireland to live and work with their Irish citizen partner for a period of longer than 90 days. Previously applicant’s seeking to apply for Defacto [...]

2019-08-20T15:21:07+00:00August 20th, 2019|Immigration Law|

Important Judgement of the Court of Appeal in the cases of K & Ors v Minister for Justice and Khan & Ors v Minister for Justice

The Court of Appeal delivered the much-anticipated judgments in the cases of K & Ors v Minister for Justice 2014/990 and Khan & Ors v Minister for Justice 2018/43 on the 30th of July 2019. The cases were related to the operation of the European Communities (Free Movement of Persons) (No. 2) Regulations 2006 (S.I. [...]

2019-08-16T10:34:29+00:00August 16th, 2019|EU Treaty Rights|

Here are the Latest Personal Injuries Judgements from the High Court This Week

Museum failed in its duty of care to visitor who fell on stairway Negligence, Occupiers liability, Personal injuries High Court finds for the plaintiff and grants an award of damages in the sum of €66,989.59 in a personal injuries claim arising from a slip and fall on a museum stairway, on the grounds that: (a) [...]

2019-08-20T13:27:40+00:00August 14th, 2019|Latest News|

New Immigration Registration Renewal System for 3rd Level Students

September to November are traditionally extremely busy months at the Garda National Immigration Bureau with third level students returning to renew their immigration permission (Stamp 2) for the new academic year. Prior to the introduction of the GNIB online appointment booking system for immigration registration, it was common to see rows of students queuing from [...]

2019-07-30T14:44:58+00:00July 30th, 2019|Immigration Law|

Further Statement from the Irish Naturalisation and Immigration Service on the High Court Decision in Jones v Minister for Justice and Equality and Citizenship Applications

The Irish Naturalisation and Immigration Service posted a statement on the INIS website last week advising people to continue to submit their applications for Irish citizenship and assuring Applicants that urgent attention was been given to the findings and implications arising from the case of Jones v Minister for Justice and Equality. In the meantime, [...]

2019-07-29T16:25:06+00:00July 29th, 2019|Uncategorized|

Further Changes to the Employment Permit System to Address Certain Labour Shortages

The Minister for Business Enterprise and Innovation has announced updated changes to the Employment Permit system today to address certain labour shortages in the agricultural and food sector. The changes are as follows: 100 extra general employment permits to be issued in the dairy industry for dairy farm assistants. This scheme was previously capped at [...]

2019-07-25T17:36:30+00:00July 25th, 2019|Uncategorized|

Update on Court of Appeal hearing in the case of Roderick Jones v. Minister for Justice and Equality

The case of Roderick Jones v Minister for Justice and Equality challenging the continuous residency finding of the High Court concerning citizenship applications was listed before the Court of Appeal this morning for case management directions. We are pleased to confirm that the Court of Appeal has given the case extreme priority and have listed [...]

2019-07-25T15:57:26+00:00July 25th, 2019|Uncategorized|