Professional and experienced assistance with all Immigration Applications and Appeals. Representation in all Courts and Tribunals.
Regularisation scheme 2022
Regularisation scheme 2022
Examples of Documents Accepted
•Social Protection Statements
•Registration with the Residential Tenancies Board
•Employment Detail Summary/P60/P45/P21s; or equivalent
•Evidence that the applicant sat the Junior/ Leaving Certificate Exams
•Letter from a school principal in Ireland, confirming attendance
•Statements or other correspondence from bank/building society/credit union including e-Statements with activity in the country(Statements from store cards/catalogue companies not acceptable)
•Proof of money transfers between the applicant and a third party, carried out at a money transfer facility in the State e.g. Western union
•Official orrespondencefrom an Irish state agency e.g . government departments; HSE; Register of Electors/polling card; CAO; An Garda Síochána; Public / Private hospitals, Residential Tenancies Board (RTB) or third level college, Secondary school /training agency, NCT Reports or reminders, An Post, TV Licence, National Government Health Screening Programme(s ) etc
Other Criteria for the Scheme
•No requirement for applicants to demonstrate that they would not be a financial burden on the State.
•Applicants must meet standards regarding good character and in terms of criminal record/behaviour. Having convictions for very minor infractions will not, of itself, result in disqualification.
•Applicants must not pose a threat to national security of the State or another State.
•Provision of the required documentation to support an application –ID, family relationship and residence.
Irish citizenship / Naturalisation.
We have been able to assist numerous clients in becoming Irish citizens through naturalisation over the last 20 years. The application forms issued by the Department of Justice appear to change every few months and the criteria which the Minister relies on also seems also to vary from year to year. We believe that it is vitally important for applicants to seek legal advice prior to submitting such an application. We offer up to date advice on naturalisation and citizenship.
A naturalisation application is not capable of being appealed as the Minister retains a very considerable discretion in deciding such applications.
Of course this makes it even more important to take advice before you submit the application.
Visas give a person the right to travel to Ireland. They do not confer a right to residency thereafter. Visas applications are made online through the AVATS system. We can help with the submission of a visa application whether it be a short stay holiday visa (C class) or a long stay visa (D class). We offer up to date professional advice on all Visa applications and Appeals.
Work permits are of 2 types. General Work Permits and Critical Skills Work Permits. A General Work Permit will only issue if the job type being applied for is considered an "eligible job category". Also the vacancy must survive a "labour test" which seeks to establish that no EU national s available for the position before a candidate from a third country is allowed to take up the position.
Critical Skills Work permits are available to persons who have the required qualifications and experience in certain critical skills areas which are currently undersupplied in the State.
Work permit applications can be quite complicated and will only succeed where every aspect of the application is prepared professionally. We can assist with all work permit applications as well as drafting Appeals should the applicant have been refused.
EU Treaty Rights
This type of residency derives from the European Treaties and its secondary legislation which sets out the entitlements of EU citizens and their spouses in circumstances where the EU spouse is residing in an EU member State other than his/her own.
It also allows for other family members to take up dependent residency in certain circumstances.
These rights have been the subject of considerable litigation and Stanley and Co Solicitors have considerable experience in applying the law successfully. These EU permissions may also extend to other family members in certain circumstances.
During the Covid-19 pandemic we continue to work for our clients although our staff are working from home. Please contact us by email where possible for the quickest response. Stay safe.
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