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Need Advice on Immigration in Ireland ?

Irish Immigration Advisors: An immigration service based in Ireland. We specialise in migration to Ireland, residing legally in the State and also provide bespoke training on Irish immigration to service providers. We take genuine interest in representing our clients to navigate through Irish immigration process, while providing legal referral and advocacy support.  If you are interested […]

The New International Protection Act for Asylum Process

The Tánaiste and Minister for Justice and Equality, Frances Fitzgerald TD announced the introduction of the International Protection Act 2015, which will commence in 1st January 2017. This act concerns asylum seekers and those seeking international protection . This means all application for asylum in Ireland  submitted from 31st  December 2016, will be considered in […]

Atypical Working Scheme – Non-EEA Crew Members (Irish Fishing Fleet)

15 February 2016 Following a series of recommendations made by the Government Task Force in December 2015 regarding non-EEA workers in the Irish Fishing Fleet, it has been decided that such crew members working in the “whitefish fleet” will come under the Atypical Working Scheme. Contracts must be certified by a practicing solicitor as being […]

100 New Citizens to be Naturalised on 4th March

04 February 2016 As part of the the 1848 Tricolour Celebrations for 2016 100 applicants for Citizenship will receive their certificates of Nationality at a special ceremony in Waterford City Hall on Friday 4th March. The 100 Applicants have previously been contacted by Citizenship Division and formal invitations will issue shortly.

Citizenship Ceremonies in the Convention Centre Dublin on Friday 15 April 2016

02 February 2016 The next citizenship ceremonies will take place in The Convention Centre Dublin, Spencer Dock, North Wall Quay, Dublin 1 on Friday 15 April 2016. Candidates will attend the ceremonies where they will take an oath of fidelity to the nation, receive their certificate of naturalisation and thereby become Irish citizens.

Latest News

Need Advice on Immigration in Ireland ?

Irish Immigration Advisors: An immigration service based in Ireland. We specialise in migration to Ireland, residing legally in the State and also provide bespoke training on Irish immigration to service providers. We take genuine interest in representing our clients to navigate through Irish immigration process, while providing legal referral and advocacy support.  If you are interested […]

The New International Protection Act for Asylum Process

The Tánaiste and Minister for Justice and Equality, Frances Fitzgerald TD announced the introduction of the International Protection Act 2015, which will commence in 1st January 2017. This act concerns asylum seekers and those seeking international protection . This means all application for asylum in Ireland  submitted from 31st  December 2016, will be considered in […]

Atypical Working Scheme – Non-EEA Crew Members (Irish Fishing Fleet)

15 February 2016 Following a series of recommendations made by the Government Task Force in December 2015 regarding non-EEA workers in the Irish Fishing Fleet, it has been decided that such crew members working in the “whitefish fleet” will come under the Atypical Working Scheme. Contracts must be certified by a practicing solicitor as being […]

100 New Citizens to be Naturalised on 4th March

04 February 2016 As part of the the 1848 Tricolour Celebrations for 2016 100 applicants for Citizenship will receive their certificates of Nationality at a special ceremony in Waterford City Hall on Friday 4th March. The 100 Applicants have previously been contacted by Citizenship Division and formal invitations will issue shortly.

Citizenship Ceremonies in the Convention Centre Dublin on Friday 15 April 2016

02 February 2016 The next citizenship ceremonies will take place in The Convention Centre Dublin, Spencer Dock, North Wall Quay, Dublin 1 on Friday 15 April 2016. Candidates will attend the ceremonies where they will take an oath of fidelity to the nation, receive their certificate of naturalisation and thereby become Irish citizens.