Immigration Law Solicitors
If you are looking for legal assistance with Irish & EU immigration law, we can have an initial consultation with you to listen to the issue in question and endeavour to seek a solution for you by applying the law to the facts.
It will be necessary for you to present the problem to us and outline the facts in chronological order and we will seek to address the problem with you. We have a successful track record with cases and if we can help we will.
It is helpful if all relevant documents are brought to the first consultation.
We assist people with :
Work permits / Join Family Applications / Eu Treaty Rights Join Family Applications / Residence Cards advice / Stamp 4 Permissions / Irish Child Born Residency Applications / Citizenship Applications / Judicial Review / Study Visas, Spouse Visas, Long Stay, Short Stay Visas / De Facto Partner Applications / Long Term Residence applications / Stamp 0 Applications / Elderly Parent / Dependent Family Reunification Applications / International Protection matters.
We have information posts below regarding join family reunification matters, residency permissions, working in Ireland with a work permit, visa matters, the law on Irish Citizenship and how to apply for citizenship. If you wish to find the information post below relevant to you, you will obtain initial information of the law on a matter and possible options available to you.
If you are looking for help from specialist immigration solicitors we can be of assistance.
Our contact numbers and email address are on our website.
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Areas of Immigration Law We Cover
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Visas Covid 19 related Update June 2021 As of the June 16th 2021 the Minister has announced that the temporary Entry and Transit visa restrictions Book a Visa Consultation The temporary Entry and Transit visa restrictions for the following nationals has been lifted : ArgentinaBoliviaBrazilChileGuyanaParaguaySouth AfricaUruguay Essentially persons from these countries who wish to travel…
Nurses Work Permits Ireland A nurse from a Non-EEA (European Economic Area) country cannot work in Ireland without permission granted by the Minister, unless the person falls under one of the limited exceptions. The Atypical Working Scheme can be availed of by nurses from Non-EEA countries who have secured a positon of employment in Ireland,…
Investor Visa If you are from the EEA European Economic Area or Swiss national you do not need permission to create a business in Ireland. Also, visa requirements regarding residence, travel etc. is not required. A Non-EEA national can obtain immigration permission to Ireland via the Immigrant Investor Programme. Book an Immigrant Investor Scheme…
Healthcare Workers & Employment Permits The Minister of State for Business announced in June of 2021 that Health Care Assistants will be removed from the ineligible occupations list for non-EEA European Economic Area nationals who wish to work in Ireland. This will greatly assist the residential care nursing home sector. If you have questions about…
Visa Renewal Ireland Under S.4(7) of the Immigration Act 2004 an Immigration Officer or the Minister can renew visa permission. We have a separate post on Registering for Immigration Permission which can be seen here If you have any questions, we will be happy to help. Book a Visa Permission Renewal Consultation Under S.4(7) of…
Reactivation Employment Permit This permit type can be availed of by a foreign national person not from the European Economic Area who was treated badly by an employer, by exploitation or mistreatment and who wishes to obtain a new Employment Permit. If you have questions about employment permits, you can speak with an immigration lawyer…
Immigration Legal News
|Visas Covid 19 related Update June 2021
|Identity Card & EU Citizens
|Study Visa – Primary / Secondardary School
|Internship Employment Permit
|Student Visa Ireland
|Third Level Visa Graduate Programme
|Student Visa – English Language Course
|Academic – Stamp 0
|Student Visa – Secondary & Primary School
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