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Legal professionals and employment permit eligibility

Generally speaking, “Legal Associate Professionals” such as legal executives, paralegals etc. are not eligible for employment permits, as these positions are included in the "Ineligible List…

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Q & A – Employment Permits

We have recently received many questions about the employment permits system in Ireland. The legislation underpinning this system is complex and nuanced so it can be beneficial to seek legal…

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Advertising for Employment Permits

Applying for an employment permit can be very tricky.

An application can be refused for many reasons including being on the wrong application form, for not being supported by the…

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Healthcare workers now eligible for Employment Permits

In an effort to meet increasing demand, the Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment has announced changes to the employment permits system to allow non-EEA citizens to work in various…

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Employment permits and temporary layoff, reduced hours, or redundancy as a result of COVID-19

The past twelve months has seen a large percentage of the Irish population being temporarily laid off, having their work hours reduced, or being made redundant as a result of the COVID-19…

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