No permission; no permit? Not necessarily – recent employment permit case

The recent case of Ling and Yip Limited v Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation [2018] IEHC 546 is helpful for persons in the State seeking to obtain an employment permit from a position… (more…)

New Special Scheme for Non-EEA nationals with lapsed permission

A new scheme has recently opened for non-EEA nationals who were first granted permission to remain in the State on “Stamp 2” or “student” conditions, between 1st January 2005 and 31st December… (more…)

Liquidator’s duties to Owners Management Company

The High Court has given judgement on the tricky question of a liquidator’s duties under the MUDs Acts.

In Lee Towers Management Company and Lance Investments (HC judgement 19th July…


Employment Permits

If you are a non-EEA citizen who has recently been offered a job in Ireland, in order to work here legally you may be required to apply for the appropriate employment permit.



Payment of child benefit cannot be withheld on the basis of immigration status of parent

The Court of Appeal in the cases of Agha (a minor) & ors v Minister for Social Protection & ors and Osinuga & ors v Minister for Social Protection & ors [2018] IECA 155 recently declared…


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