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Irish visa for spouse in Non EU Country

Can you help on immigration law for dependant Visa of spouse from a non EU country?

Can you help on immigration law for  dependant visa of spouse from a non EU country?

This is the scheme whereby an immigrant to Ireland can ask for a special Visa for his/her spouse to come and live with their  husband or wife  (and children).   I suspect that from the wording of the text this caller has sent in, that they are getting frustrated at the delay and I am afraid there is no quick way around it.   Any applicant is entitled to due process and unless the caller thinks that he or she is being unfavourably treated and their application put to the end of the list deliberately then due process has to be followed.    It is a transparent system with rules that the Department of Justice must follow and they are accountable for their actions.    There is an Appeals Board which allows appeals against any decision  by the Department but ultimately it can be a complicated process and I would recommend that this caller should consult with a Specialist Immigration Lawyer. The best way to find a good lawyer who deals with this type of case (or indeed any type of case) is to ask friends who already have used the services of a solicitor and are happy to recommend them. Alternatively you will find listings either in the Golden Pages or with the Law Society of Ireland.    The Law Society have a Register of Lawyers who specialist in immigration law www.lawsociety.ie 

 

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