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Articles2020-10-29T11:57:48+00:00

High Court quashes permanent residence card refusal for Sinnott Solicitor’s client

Sinnott Solicitors are delighted to report that the High Court last week overturned a decision of the Minister for Justice to refuse a Permanent Residence Card to our client in the case of N.K and A.R v Minister for Justice 2020.195.JR.  The Judgment we submit is an important precedent in [...]

May 18th, 2022|

Extension of 5-year multiple-entry short-stay visa

The Minister for Justice, Ms Helen McEntee, has announced that the Department of Justice is extending the five-year multiple-entry short-stay visa option to all visa-required countries.  This means that persons who are applying for a short-stay visa to Ireland, for example, to visit family or for business purposes, can now [...]

April 25th, 2022|

New Application Forms for EU Treaty Rights Applications

The Department of Justice have introduced new application forms for non-EEA nationals applying for residence permission in Ireland under the EU Treaty Rights Directive (2004-38-EC). The Department has confirmed that they will continue to accept applications submitted on the old application forms until the 30th of April 2022 (latest post [...]

April 21st, 2022|

Temporary Protection Directive for Ukrainians

IRELAND ACTIVATES THE EU TEMPORARY PROTECTION DIRECTIVE FOR PERSONS FLEEING WAR IN UKRAINE The European Union Temporary Protection Directive (2001/55 EC) which allows Ukrainian nationals, their family members and certain other non-EEA nationals to apply for temporary protection in Ireland has now commenced. Who is eligible to avail of Temporary [...]

March 11th, 2022|
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