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Storm Ophelia

Our offices will be closed today, 16th October, as a result of Storm Ophelia. (more…)

Cohabitation requirement increased again for de facto partners

Earlier this year the Irish Naturalisation and Immigration Service (INIS) eased their policy regarding the length of time a "de facto" or unmarried couple were required to have lived together…

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STAMP DUTY on New Properties – a reminder

As more new properties are coming on stream, it is timely to remind purchasers that their liability for Stamp Duty is limited to the VAT free element of the purchase price. This applies…

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New Form for Permitted Family Members of EU Citizens

The Irish Naturalisation and Immigration Service (INIS) has issued a new form “Form EU1A” for applications to be treated as a permitted family member of an EU citizen.

You can…

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Chavez-Vilchez decision and non-EEA parents of EU citizen children

The European Court of Justice handed down a decision which develops the jurisprudence of the court in defining European citizenship. In this case, a Venezuelan mother with a Dutch child,…

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