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Citizenship application denied on grounds that applicant had not satisfied 'continuous residence' requirement

Jones v Minister for Justice and Equality [2019] IEHC 519   The applicant, an Australian national, came before the court seeking to become an Irish citizen through naturalisation under s 15 of the Irish Nationality and Citizenship Act 1956 - as substituted by s 4 of the 1986 Act. The key issue here was the 'continuous. Read more
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Immigration and Asylum Law Briefing - May 2019

S v Minister for Justice and Equality [2019] IEHC 34 Read more
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Immigration and Asylum Law Briefing - April 2019

Changes to 'critical skills' regime will enable spouses and partners to work On 6 March 2019, the Government introduced changes which will make it easier for partners of non-EU workers with Criticial Skills Employment Permits (CSEP) to also get work here. Read more
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Immigration and Asylum Law Briefing - February

Bundhooa v Minister for Justice and Equality [2018] IEHC 756 The applicant is a citizen of Mauritius who held a 'stamp 2' student permission which expired in 2011. Thereafter, she was illegally present in Ireland. Then, on 30 July 2015 she applied for a residence card after marrying an EU national. However, on 30. Read more
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