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Leave to Land Refusals and recent High Court decisions
Leave to land cases are coming before the High Court more and more frequently. Such cases arise when a person arrives at the airport and that person is refused leave to enter the Country for whatever the Immigration Office sees fit utilising their powers under the Immigration Act 2004. Sometimes, depending on the circumstances,…
- EU Treaty Rights Residence Applications.
- Spouse/Civil Partner of Irish National Residence Applications
- Irish Born Child Residency Applications (Zambrano)
- Visa Applications (short and long stay)
- Immigrant Investor Programme
- Applications for change of status
- Employment permits and work visas
- Foreign Births Registration
- Student visa assistance
- Direct Provision Compensation
- Irish Citizenship and Naturalisation
- Residence Applications.
- Family Reunification Applications
- Refugee Status
- Subsidiary Protection Applications
- Humanitarian Leave to Remain Applications
- Revocation of Deportation Order Applications
- Complex deportation matters and contesting the issuing and validity of Deportation and Transfer Orders
- Surinder Singh Route Advice and Assitance
- Any other general immigration and asylum queries.
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