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We are committed to ensuring that our clients’ rights and entitlements are fully vindicated. We approach each application in a professional yet practical way, so as to ensure your best possible outcome.
Learn more about how we can help - choose from any of the Immigration areas in our list below.
Where a job offer already exists, we can advise and assist employers and workers with applications for general employment permits and Critical Skills employment permits, renewal applications and also appeals from refusals. We can also advise on entry visa requirements.
Irish Citizens and residents may apply for immigration permission to be granted to their non-EU citizen spouse, civil partner, children and dependents. These applications can be complicated and certain criteria must be met depending on the individual’s circumstances.
To be joined by a family member in Ireland is of huge significance to our clients. We have a huge portfolio of successful cases in nearly all scenarios.
In March 2011 the European Court of Justice made a landmark finding that for a Member State to refuse to grant residency to a third country national with dependent minor EU citizen child living in the EU, amounted to a breach of Article 20 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union.
As a response, the Irish Department of Justice and Equality introduced an administrative scheme where a non-EU parent of an Irish born dependent citizen child living in Ireland could be granted residency here on a ‘stamp 4’ basis.
While this can be a straight forward matter for some people to prove; complexities can often arise i.e if the parent or the child has left the EU, where the ‘child’ has reached 18 or where there has been a separation between the parents of the child.
We advise on visa applications for work, business or study. We can assist those seeking to join an EU spouse/partner, Irish National spouse or de facto partner, or seeking family reunification.
Our legal team will support and guide you through the process. For non-visa required nationals, we can assist with the process of visiting and staying in Ireland.
We are able to advise those with no legal status in Ireland. In some cases we can help to regularise their position in the country.
Deportation Orders issued by the Minister for Justice and Equality are permanent. If a person is served with a deportation order and leaves Ireland voluntarily or is actually deported –the deportation order remains in effect. If you receive a deportation order or an intention to make a deportation order, this is serious and urgent advice should be sought.
We can advise in circumstances where a person has been served with a 3 options letter (proposal to deport) or where a deportation order has been made and you wish to challenge or appeal this.
We have a wide experience of challenging decisions of the Department of Justice and Equality and the Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation where we are assisted by a group of highly skilled barristers.
There is a strict time limit in which to issue proceedings and advice should be sought as soon as possible.
If you have been resident in Ireland legally for 5
years on work permit conditions you can apply for
We can assist with the process and ensure the correct papers are lodged with the application to ensure the quickest decision.
We don’t represent applicants in their claims for Refugee Status declarations or Subsidiary Protection.