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Immigration Registration Changes for Cork and Limerick

The Minister for Justice has announced that from the 8th of July 2024, Irish immigration registration requirements for non-EEA/EU nationals residing in Cork and Limerick are being transferred from the Garda National Immigration Bureau to the Immigration Service Delivery Registration Office. This means that persons residing in Cork or Limerick will no longer attend a [...]

2024-06-18T07:20:06+00:00Junho 17th, 2024|Lei de imigração|

De Facto Partner of Irish or Non-EEA national

The Immigration Service Delivery has announced that from the 10th of June 2024, applications for permission to reside in the State as the De Facto Partner of an Irish or non-EEA national can be submitted online via the Immigration Service Delivery online portal. The change in application process is a further step of the ISD [...]

2024-06-13T07:58:28+00:00Junho 13th, 2024|Lei de imigração|

Single Employment Permit Procedure

In a further announcement, the Minister for Justice, Helen McEntee and Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment, Peter Burke have announced that they have received Government consent to commence work on the implementation of a single permit to work and live in Ireland. At present Non-EEA nationals who are outside of the State and need [...]

2024-05-16T13:37:43+00:00Maio 16th, 2024|Lei trabalhista|

Expansion of Stamp 1G

It has been announced by the Minister for Justice that as of the 15th of May 2024, eligible spouses and partners of General Employment Permit and Intra-Company Transfer Employment Permit holders are now eligible for a Stamp 1G permission to remain. To date spouses in this category have only been entitled to permission to remain [...]

2024-05-16T13:36:49+00:00Maio 16th, 2024|Lei trabalhista|

Citizenship News

The Department of Justice have announced that two citizenship ceremonies are to take place on the 10th and 11th of June 2024 at the INEC, Killarney.  Two additional ceremonies will be held on the 20th and 21st of June 2024 at the Convention Centre, Dublin. As always, the announcement of a citizenship ceremony is welcome [...]

2024-05-09T22:00:32+00:00Maio 9th, 2024|Cidadania irlandesa|

Stamp 4 Eligibility Criteria

In November 2013 the practice of Stamp 4 support letters issuing by the Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment for Critical Skills Employment Holders was abolished.  Since then, persons applying for a Stamp 4 permission to remain on completion of a Critical Skills Employment Permit or Non-Consultant Hospital Doctors on a Multi-Site General Employment Permit [...]

2024-04-05T11:24:06+00:00Abril 5th, 2024|Lei trabalhista|

Immigration Registration Changes for Meath, Kildare and Wicklow

As part of ongoing efforts to digitise and centralise immigration registrations, the Immigration Service Delivery have announced that from 8th April 2024 Irish immigration registration requirements for counties Meath, Kildare and Wicklow are as follows: First Time Registration Residents of Meath, Kildare and Wicklow registering for the first time will attend the Registration Office located [...]

2024-04-05T11:21:13+00:00Abril 5th, 2024|Lei de imigração|

Irish Visa Requirements for Dominica, Hondurus and Vanuatu

The Minister for Justice has announced that from the 7th March 2024 citizens of Dominica, Honduras and Vanuatu are required to obtain an Irish visa prior to travelling to Ireland. To date, citizens of these countries have been able to travel to Ireland and seek permission to enter the State at the border without [...]

2024-03-07T10:18:57+00:00Março 7th, 2024|Lei de imigração|

Significant Changes to Employment Permit System for 2024

The Minister of State for Business, Employment and Retail has announced significant changes to the Employment Permits system from January 2024. The main changes include: 11 Occupations added to the Critical Skills list 32 Occupations removed from the Ineligible Occupations list Salary threshold for General Employment Permits to increase from €30,000 to €34,000 per [...]

2023-12-21T12:51:09+00:00Dezembro 21st, 2023|Lei trabalhista|

Employment Permit Update regarding Stamp 4 Support letters – No longer accepted after 30th November

Immigration Service Delivery has just announced that from 30th November 2023, the Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment (DETE) will no longer take applications for Stamp 4 Support letters. This will have an impact on Critical Skills Employment permit Holders and NCHC multi-site general Employment permit holders wishing to transfer to a Stamp 4 Immigration [...]

2023-11-22T10:34:09+00:00Novembro 21st, 2023|Lei trabalhista|
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