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Immigrating is one of the most serious decisions you can make in a lifetime. When you are facing an Immigration problem, we help find and connect you with top Immigration solicitors in Dublin.

How Immigration Solicitors Dublin Works

First and foremost, we need to make it crystal clear that we are not solicitors ourselves and cannot offer independent legal advice. What we do is facilitate your search to find a solicitor who is ready to deal with your immigration issue. To expedite immigration procedures we recommend, where possible, that immigrants coming to Ireland seek legal help from an Irish immigration lawyer who can carry out the procedures of seeking permanent residence or obtaining Irish Citizenship in your behalf. The solicitors we partner and connect you with  provide quality legal advice on immigration and EU rights legal matters. Strictly speaking, it’s not entirely necessary to engage a lawyer when applying for immigration. You can choose to go it alone. However, we generally do advise you get legal assistance as doing so can help you avoid making mistakes, and very importantly, you can get answers to all your questions from highly qualified professionals who can guide you through a process that can be quite complex. We can guarantee that your application will be processed as quickly as possible and our recommended expert lawyers will ensure that your issue is tackled in a timely manner. Obviously no solicitor can guarantee a positive outcome in all cases but you can be confident that they will apply all their experience and professionalism to do their very best for clients.

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We also handle each client with due respect and equal importance. Our clients can unhesitatingly communicate us even with their minor issues. So, they can regularly communicate with their respective attorneys. It will provide the clients with the flavor of a personal touch on their items. We are continuously providing our clients with support about immigration lawyer in Dublin with:

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Common Practice Areas for Our Immigration Solicitors In Dublin

Irish Citizenship

Irish Citizenship

Dublin Work Permit

Work Permit



Judicial Issues

Judicial Issues

EU Treaty Rights

EU Treaty Rights

Family Reunification

Family Reunification

Immigrant Investor & Business Permission

Immigrant Investor & Business Permission

Our solicitors specialise in representing clients and in preparing detailed grounds of appeal and submissions on their behalf in every aspect of immigration.

Immigration Solicitors Dublin specialize in obtaining Irish Citizenship/Naturalization for many of our clients. Obtaining Irish citizenship can be a complex process for those unfamiliar with the rules, but we are here to help you. There are many ways within which to become an Irish CIt is possible to become an Irish citizen in various ways. Applicants must be Irish grandparents, have lived legally in the state for five years, have a child, parent, or other close relative born in Ireland, or be married to an Irish citizen. Immigration Solicitors Dublin initiate High Court applications to challenge citizenship refusals on behalf of our clients. The Irish Supreme Court has heard some of those cases. Immigration Solicitors Dublin have shaped Irish citizenship law by initiating High Court challenges on behalf of our clients.

Applicants must understand the rules of citizenship before making an application. In the year before applying, absences of more than six weeks must be explained. An application must include the reason for the absence, the trip’s purpose, the flights’ dates, and specific details regarding the lack. It is necessary to fill out different application forms for certain types of applicants, such as minors, young adults, naturalized parents on behalf of minors, minors of Irish descent or Irish associations, and minors not citizens of Ireland. When making an application, it is crucial to use the correct form.

Applicants for citizenship must also submit certified, translated, and sometimes notarized documents. Before submission, each application must be sworn by the Applicant in front of a Solicitor, Commissioner for Oaths or Peach Commissioner.

Over the years, Immigration Solicitors Dublin have obtained international protection for thousands of clients. Refugee status, subsidiary protection, and humanitarian leave to remain are all ways to get international protection. We can provide advice regarding the rights of migrants to work and family reunification. In addition, we can guide our clients through the complex process of international protection law, which is difficult and challenging to understand.

First, the facts and circumstances of the case will be assessed to determine whether an application for international protection is warranted. An International Protection Officer will then examine an application to determine whether the Applicant should receive a refugee or subsidiary protection declaration. The recommendation will be made based on the examination and sent to the Minister for Justice, who will inform the Applicant of the recommendation. When the International Protection Officer examines the Application, they will determine whether to grant a refugee declaration, a subsidiary protection declaration, or neither. The Minister for Justice & Equality will issue a refugee declaration if the International Protection Officer recommends it. If the International Protection Officer recommends that the Application be given a subsidiary protection declaration or no declaration, a copy of the report will be sent to the Applicant, who may appeal the recommendation to the International Protection Appeals Tribunal. The Applicant’s Solicitor or Counsel will represent the Applicant at the appeal, whether there is an oral hearing. When the Minister considers permission to remain in the State, the Applicant can submit information about any change in circumstances or other relevant information if the Tribunal does not allow the appeal. In light of that information, the Minister will reevaluate the previous refusal of permission for the Applicant to remain in the country.

Immigration Solicitors Dublin are very experienced in obtaining work permits for their clients. A work permit can be obtained in many ways, and the process is complex and confusing. The company is ready to assist and advise clients with all work permit applications, including Critical Skills Employment Permits, General Employment Permits, Intra Company Transfer Permits, Atypical Worker Schemes, support letters for Stamp 4, Postal Workers, and other employment permits.

A valid work permit or green card is required for employment in the State. Non-EEA nationals who hold a valid registration certificate with stamps 1, 1A, 2, 2A, or 3 and are offered employment in an eligible occupation may apply for an employment permit. An employment permit cannot be granted if the job falls under an ineligible employment category. Skills, labor market shortages, and salary levels are assessed by the Department of Business, Enterprise, and Innovation. Approval of a work permit will be accompanied by an endorsement in the Applicant’s passport confirming the conditions and length of time for which the Applicant is permitted to remain in the State. Specific policies apply, and applications can be made to ensure that non-EEA worker remains in the country if they are made redundant. Specific procedures must be followed to renew an employment permit after it expires.

Reuniting with family members is one of the most satisfying experiences for migrants. We have helped reunite many families by making family reunification applications on their behalf over the years. We can guide our clients through the complex process of family reunification and advise them on all aspects of it. In addition to recipients of international protection, spouses of Irish citizens, those in a relationship with Irish citizens/de facto partners, parents of Irish citizen children, elderly dependent parents of Irish citizen children, as well as family members of Stamp 4 holders or certain work permit holders may also apply for family reunification.

Family reunification may be available depending on the Applicant’s legal residence in the State. There is a legal right to family reunification for certain family members of EEA nationals and persons granted international protection in the State. Depending on an Applicant’s immigration status, they may be able to sponsor a family member. Depending on the Applicant’s status, different processes apply. Whenever there is a need for family reunification, the immigration status of the sponsor must be determined. In addition, it is necessary to determine if the family member is already in Ireland and, if not, whether a visa is required. It is also essential to consider the relationship between the family members. As an immediate family member, a parent, child, spouse, or sibling will likely be granted family reunification. Several categories of family members are listed in the Immigration Service Delivery non-EEA policy document on family reunification. Immediate family members include spouses, de facto partners, minor children, parents, and other relatives. Before traveling to Ireland, non-EEA de facto partners of Irish citizens must apply for immigration preclearance. Irish citizens do not have an automatic right to family reunification, even with immediate family members. Documents that relate to family reunification in non-EEA countries are used for applications. An Applicant can apply to Immigration Service Delivery for a residence card if a family member is already in Ireland. The Applicant should check whether a visa is required if the family member is not in Ireland. A C visa application is appropriate if a family member does not require an entry visa to travel to Ireland. An applicant’s D Visa application is required if they need a visa to enter Ireland.

It is a document attached to a passport that allows a person to travel to the Irish state on specific dates.

Non-EEA nationals from certain countries must obtain visas to travel to Ireland (known as visa-required nationals). Non-EEA citizens from countries such as the USA, Australia, and South Africa (also known as non-visa-required citizens) do not need a visa to enter the Irish state. Entry into the state is always at the discretion of the immigration officer at the point of entry, regardless of whether a visa is required.

Marriage visas are generally granted to spouses of Irish citizens, EU nationals, or non-EEA nationals legally residing in Ireland.

Before traveling to Ireland, spouses of Irish citizens must obtain a Long Stay D visa. After arriving and registering with their local immigration office, the applicant will receive a D visa, which allows them to travel, and a Stamp 4, allowing them to remain in Ireland.

To accompany or join their EU citizen family members in the country, spouses of EU citizens must apply for a Short Stay C visa. Upon arrival, they must apply for a residence card to live in the country with their family member exercising EU Treaty rights. If the application is successful, a EUFAM4 residence card will be issued (permission to remain in Ireland for five years).

There are varying rules for family members of employment permit holders. For example, if your spouse holds a Critical Skills Employment Permit, you can apply for a visa at the same time as your spouse. In contrast, if you have a General Employment Permit, you must wait 12 months before applying for a visa to enter Ireland as a dependent family member.

The holder of a Stamp 4 permission to remain (unless they previously held a Critical Skills Employment Permit) must also wait 12 months before applying for family reunification.

A spouse of a refugee or subsidiary protection holder must apply for family reunification within 12 months of the spouse being granted their status, and if approved, apply for a D visa. In addition, when the application for international protection was made, the marriage must have existed.


We have taken many successful judicial review applications at Immigration Solicitors Dublin. These applications have passed from the High Court to the Supreme Court of Ireland and the European Court of Justice. Obtaining judicial review is very complex, and an application will require experienced counsel to navigate it. Nevertheless, we have successfully brought judicial review proceedings against many public bodies. To get a judicial review application, there are very strict time limits, and clients must receive specific and accurate advice about the grounds for the Application.

The purpose of judicial review is primarily to review the decision-making process rather than the substance of the decision. The purpose of this procedure is for the High Court to supervise lower courts, tribunals, and other administrative bodies to ensure that their choices are by the law. A tribunal or public body’s decision may be set aside if it is unreasonable, unlawful, and possibly disproportionate. To bring judicial review proceedings, an application for leave must first be made to the High Court via an application for leave. The Applicant must demonstrate sufficient interest in the matter. At the leave stage, the High Court identifies the issues early and specifies the grounds on which the Applicant is entitled to seek judicial review. Statements of grounds are used to support an application. To oppose an application for judicial review, the Respondent or public body must file a report of opposition. A replying affidavit may also be filed by the public body contesting the Applicant’s facts. The matter moves to a hearing after the readings are closed. The Courts can grant remedies to the Applicant if the Application is successful. In addition to quashing the public body’s decision, prohibiting the authority from acting unlawfully, and compelling it to perform a legal duty, the Court may award damages and costs to an applicant.

If you are a citizen of one of the countries whose nationals require a visa to enter Ireland, you will need a visa. The Immigration Service Delivery website allows you to check if you are a visa-required national. If you wish to visit Ireland for less than three months, you can apply for a short stay C visa either for a single entry or multiple entries. 90 days is the maximum stay allowed. The Applicant who wishes to travel to Ireland for more than three months must apply for an extended stay D visa for a single entry if they are visa-required. A long-stay D visa holder who wishes to remain in the State for more than three months will be required to register and obtain a residence permit. Visas come in many forms. A preclearance procedure must be followed for non-EEA nationals who wish to travel to Ireland. Preclearance is currently available for Ministers of Religion, Volunteers, spouses and partners of critical skills employment permit holders, and non-EEA de facto partners of Irish Citizens. Preclearance simplifies the transit process. The Applicant is required to apply online for a visa if the preclearance application is successful. The Applicant must apply for preclearance and a visa simultaneously if they reside in a country where biometrics are recorded as part of the visa application process. The four countries are China, India, Pakistan, and Nigeria. An Applicant who applies for preclearance will be granted a letter of approval or preclearance letter, which must be presented to an Immigration Officer upon arrival.

Visas must be applied online unless a person is a resident of Ireland and applying for a re-entry visa. It is a complex process and set of rules to apply for a visa. When applying for a visa, it is advisable to seek specific immigration advice if you are unfamiliar with the authorities. Application for a visa requires a lot of information, which many applicants are unaware of.

Immigration Solicitors Dublin have helped many undocumented migrants regularise their immigration status and become lawful residents in Ireland. The Immigration Acts 1999 to 2004 contain certain provisions enabling Applicants to seek immigration permission, vary immigration permission, make representations if the Minister proposes to deport a person, comply with immigration reporting obligations, and rescind a deportation order if there are grounds for so doing. Currently, there is no specific policy or scheme for undocumented migrants to regularize their status. Undocumented migrants must provide a tremendous amount of information to make an application. Obtaining the Applicant’s detailed immigration history is the first step toward determining their chances of success in regularising their status.

In deciding whether an undocumented migrant should be allowed to remain in the country, the Minister considers certain factors. To be successful, the application must be very detailed and well-written. Typically, an application would include information about the Applicant’s immigration history, residency, employment history, social service benefits claimed, integration into Irish society, criminal record, previous immigration records with the Irish government, outstanding deportation or removal orders, any public policy considerations, the specific skill set and qualifications and achievements of the Applicant, along with numerous other personal details. Upon being granted leave to remain in the State, an Applicant becomes a lawful resident of Ireland if their immigration is regularized within the State.

There is a great deal of complexity in this area of law, and the Applicant must be fully informed about the application process and the possible outcome.

Obtaining Minister of Religion permission to enter the State as a Minister of Religion is one of the specialties of Immigration Solicitors Dublin. Our firm has represented various religious organizations wishing to bring ministers of religion to Ireland to perform their duties. We have represented a number of individuals who want to come to Ireland to serve as Ministers of Religion. Ministers of Religion, Religious Volunteers, and others are entitled to Minister of Religion permission. It allows successful applicants to work within an eligible religious body for up to three years with the possibility of an extension for an additional three years. Preclearance approval letters are now required for all Ministers of Religion applicants. Both visa-required and non-visa-required non-EEA nationals must follow that procedure. If you do not live in China, India, Nigeria, or Pakistan, you must wait until your preclearance application is approved before applying for a visa. Applicant’s living in China, India, Nigeria, or Pakistan must submit a visa application at the same time they make a preclearance application and have their biometric details recorded. A preclearance letter requires a number of documents.

Additionally, medical insurance is required for the Applicant’s stay. Applicant’s family members may also join the Applicant in the State by applying for an extended stay join family visa before traveling to Ireland. When an applicant’s application is denied, it is necessary to appeal the decision. If an appeal is made and the request is rejected, it may be required to examine the decision to determine whether judicial review of the refusal is possible.

Applicants of independent means who can support themselves in the State can apply for Stamp 0. Applicants can apply for Stamp 0 permission in three categories: elderly dependent relatives, independent persons, and visiting academics/researchers. Stamp 0 permission cannot be granted to applicants who are not lawfully in the State. Visa-required applicants must apply from outside the State. Applicants who do not require a visa can apply from inside or outside the country. For stamp 0 applicants, a letter setting out the permission’s conditions will be sent along with a signed agreement form. To obtain a stamp 0 visa, you must submit that letter. A stamp 0 permission is subject to the following conditions:

1. It is not permissible for the Applicant to work in the State, establish or operate a business, or engage in a profession

2. Accommodation and general upkeep are the responsibility of the person or organization sponsoring the Applicant’s presence in the State

3. Applicants who are self-sufficient or independent must support themselves

4. A family member who is a resident of the State cannot join the Applicant

5. Neither the Applicant nor a sponsor may receive State benefits on the Applicant’s behalf.

6. The Applicant must have private medical insurance to cover the duration of the stay as well as hospital accommodation and treatment in the State.

7. The Applicant must follow state laws

8. Applicant must reside continuously in the State. Continual residency means living in the State for the period covered by the temporary and limited permission, plus reasonable absences for holidays, exceptional family circumstances, or other commitments outside the State.

An Applicant’s initial permission is valid for one year. Renewal applications must be submitted well before the Stamp 0 permission expires. An Applicant will often require detailed immigration advice to ensure that the Stamp 0 application is submitted correctly if they are unfamiliar with the permission rules.

A Stamp 4 permission to remain in Ireland’s most sought-after immigration stamp. As temporary immigration permission, Stamp 4 permits the holder to stay in Ireland for a set period and is renewable if the holder follows the terms of the permission and complies with state laws. In addition to many other benefits, it allows the holder to work for someone else, be self-employed, open a business, and study. A Stamp 4 permission to remain is the holy grail of Irish immigration for many non-EEA nationals.

If a person is married or in a civil partnership with an Irish citizen, de facto partners of Irish citizens, parents of Irish citizen children, Refugees, Subsidiary Protection holders, Immigrant Investor Program beneficiaries and Start Up Entrepreneur Scheme beneficiaries, former employment permit holders, and those granted Humanitarian Leave to Remain in the state are examples of where a person is given a Stamp 4 permit to remain.

In Dublin, Immigration Solicitors specializes in obtaining permissions for our clients who want to take advantage of the Immigrant Investor Programme. It was introduced by the Immigration Service Delivery in 2012 to allow high-net-worth non-EEA nationals to invest in the Republic of Ireland and to become residents of the country along with their families. Non-EEA citizens who commit to an approved investment in the state are eligible for the program. A minimum investment of €1,000,000.00 is required from the Applicant’s resources and cannot be financed with a loan or other such facility. To obtain permission to live in Ireland, the Immigrant Investor program offers four different investment options. Investment options include endowments, enterprise investments, real estate investment trusts, and investment funds. An applicant for the Immigrant Investor program must demonstrate that they have a net worth of at least €2,000,000.00 and that they are of good character through police reports. A reputable international risk management and security screening organization must also submit a due diligence report. Immigration Service Delivery (now known as Immigration Delivery Service) conducts a rigorous examination of the funding sources for each application. A significant amount of supporting documentation must be submitted with the application. A detailed business plan is required to process the application, along with a non-refundable fee of €1,500.00. Before submission, all supporting documentation must be apostilled by the Irish Embassy and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. An applicant could greatly benefit from the scheme. The scheme has the advantage that, in addition to granting permission to reside to the primary investor, the consent is extended to immediate dependent family members such as spouses, partners, and minor children. The scheme will benefit applicants wishing to relocate their entire family to Ireland.

Applicants with a stamp 4 permission to remain in Ireland may study, work, and set up businesses without restriction. The Applicant may wish to consider applying for Irish citizenship after five years. Applicant’s who do not understand the rules surrounding the application are strongly advised to obtain particular legal and immigration advice before submitting it to Immigration Service Delivery.

Immigration Solicitors Dublin have assisted many clients in obtaining immigration permission under the Start-up Entrepreneur Scheme. However, it can be a complex process for those unfamiliar with the application’s rules. The Irish government introduced the Start-up Entrepreneur Scheme in 2012 to allow innovative entrepreneurs to establish businesses and reside in Ireland full-time. Start-up Entrepreneur applications can be submitted electronically, but proposals submitted as an application are evaluated quarterly. If necessary, the evaluation committee may ask the candidate for further information. Also, the evaluation committee recommends the Minister for Justice and Equality regarding the proposal’s suitability.

Candidates for STEP must be of good character, have not been convicted of criminal offenses in any jurisdiction, have the required €50,000 funding available, and have an innovative business proposal.

The applicant will receive a letter granting permission to reside in the State on a stamp 4 basis if the proposal is deemed suitable by the evaluation committee and Minister for Justice and Equality. Before the final approval letter is issued, funds must be transferred to an Irish bank account. A private medical insurance policy is also required. To enter the State, visa-required applicants must apply for an entry visa.

A successful applicant will initially be granted residence for two years and may be eligible for an extension of three years if they comply with the initial permission. To be considered for renewal, the business must have been in operation for at least two years and meet specific other requirements. An applicant’s spouse, civil partner, and dependent children may be included as dependents in an application and will be granted stamp 4 permission to remain if the application is approved. An applicant can apply for long-term residence and Irish citizenship after five years.

Unfortunately, migrants can face additional barriers when they experience domestic violence. According to administrative policies and procedures, family members of Irish Citizens and legally resident non-EEA Nationals may apply for permission to enter and reside in the State. Some applications are granted discretionarily, and others on a statutory basis, such as those under Section 4(7) of the Immigration Act 2004 for changing one’s immigration status. Domestic violence victims may apply for an immigration status independent of their relationship. Individuals in those circumstances can seek assistance and help with their situation without fear of deportation or negative immigration consequences. Those in such cases often worry about their children’s immigration status if they disclose or report domestic violence to the authorities. Quite simply, many people believe that their immigration permission is based on their relationship, and if that relationship were to dissolve, the immigration permission would also disappear. We have encountered many domestic violence victims at Immigration Solicitors Dublin. In those circumstances, we have obtained independent consent to remain in the State for numerous Applicants. People do not have to remain in abusive relationships to protect their immigration entitlements from staying in Ireland.

An application for independent status should be prepared appropriately and advised before being submitted to Immigration Service Delivery. An applicant should be a dependent of an Irish citizen or a foreign national who has been granted permission to live in Ireland. Applicants whose immigration status has lapsed can still apply but must clearly state why the permission was not renewed. Certain documents will be required to make an independent application on the grounds that the Applicant is a victim of domestic violence. The history of the violence should be outlined in chronological order in a very detailed personal statement. You should include the history of the relationship, the demise of the relationship, the incidents of domestic violence, and any other relevant information. To support such an application, submitting as much documentation as possible is necessary. An Applicant may have obtained a protection or safety order from the courts. It may be required to obtain medical reports when injuries are consistent with domestic violence. Reports of domestic violence may need to be filed with the Garda. A state body letter stating that it deals with an Applicant’s case as one involving domestic violence may be required. The Applicant may need to provide a letter of support from a domestic violence support organization or other evidence indicating that they are the victim of domestic violence. Such applications do not require a fee.

Upon approval, the immigration status granted is the same as that of a dependent. Usually, that would be a stamp 3. In general, however, if the Applicant is successful, they will be permitted to reside in the State on a stamp 4 basis, allowing them to work.

Immigration Solicitors Dublin receive numerous queries from Applicants seeking to change their immigration status. A person’s immigration status may vary due to their status or the status of a spouse or partner. Section 4(7) of the Immigration Act 2004 grants the Minister the power to amend or vary any permission to reside given to a non-national resident in the State. The Minister or an Immigration Officer acting on her behalf may renew or alter approval under that section. It is entirely up to the Minister to decide whether to grant a change of status application. Immigration Service Delivery has provided instructions on changing immigration permission based on some criteria. A stamp 1, stamp 2, stamp 3, or stamp 4 permission can be changed. The application for a change of status permission must be made before their current immigration permission expires. An Applicant may also need to apply for independent permission to remain in the State if they separate or divorce from a spouse. Immigration Solicitors Dublin receive regular queries about relationships ending, which is quite normal. An application for a change of status after separation must include information and documentation regarding the person’s length of residence in Ireland, immigration history, relationship history, conduct and character, employment, educational history, financial circumstances, children, family members in the State, and other relevant information.

An applicant who successfully applies for permission to stay in Ireland will receive either a stamp 0, stamp 1, stamp 1A, stamp 1G, stamp 2, stamp 3, stamp 4 (4S), stamp 5, or stamp 6. In Ireland, there are several types of permission to remain, and each type of permission is indicated by its stamp. Applicants should understand the stamp and the conditions that apply to it. As we wrote the content for our website, we covered all immigration conditions. There are two permissions, however, that we haven’t written about in detail: long-term residency permission and immigration permission without conditions. The long-term residency permit is granted to applicants who have been legally resident in the State for a minimum of five years (60 months) on a work permit, work authorization, or working visa. It is possible to apply for long-term residency in the State if you meet the criteria for residency of that duration. For example, a successful applicant would be granted a five-year stamp 4 permission to remain in Ireland if successful. Some applicants prefer to apply for long-term residency permission instead of Irish Citizenship. Because certain countries do not allow dual Citizenship, applicants are often concerned that if they use for Irish Citizenship and are successful, they will lose their Citizenship of their home country.

Another type of immigration permission is one that does not have any time restrictions. In the event of eight years of legal residence in Ireland under the appropriate license, an applicant may apply without conditions as to time permission and obtain a stamp 5 endorsement on their passport. As well as good character, unbroken residency is required. A stamp 5 permits the holder to enter the country and work without requiring an employment permit. The holder is not entitled to any particular public service funding. Immigration Solicitors Dublin can advise you on these immigration permissions if you have any questions. 

Why choose Immigration Solicitors Dublin?

The Dublin immigration solicitors we connect you with are the best in their field because they are hugely experienced in dealing with all types of immigration issues in every conceivable type of scenario. They have a deep knowledge of all the latest updates and amendments in the immigration law. We connect immigrants to Ireland with quality immigration legal advice. Our recommended immigration legal experts can assist you in all aspects of immigration law, including appeals, administrative reviews and judicial reviews. They can also assist with issues such as corporate immigration, extradition, sports visas, nationality and other issues. You can depend on receiving friendly and reliable legal assistance from the very best Dublin based immigration lawyers who are accustomed to handling even the toughest, difficult and most demanding cases. Their mission is to attain a solution that is in the client’s best interest.

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When to call on the services of Immigration Solicitors?

You will certainly want to consult an Irish immigration lawyer who practices immigration law in several cases.

Here is the list of the different reasons to hire an Immigration lawyer Dublin

  • You are unsure of your eligibility or other immigration privileges.
  • You are asking for an arbitrary waiver such as asylum or a waiver that involves persuading the immigration lawyer Dublin to make an exception on your case.
  • You need an urgent consultation on an immigration issue.
  • Deportation or withdrawal procedures are instituted against you.
  • You have already been expelled from the country and wish to make a special request to return.
  • You have applied for immigration that you have been refused.
  • You have been convicted of a criminal offense, you have committed a criminal offense, and you are trying to enter a new country.
  • You are seeking an Irish work permit and your future employer has not provided you with any information or assistance regarding your entry and establishment.
  • You have already taken a look at the application process and dread not to do it without help.

Immigration Solicitors Dublin is here to put you in direct contact with a solicitor suited to deal with your unique situation. You get the assistance and advice needed in order to evaluate all the possibilities open to you and ultimately get the best achievable outcome.

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