Irish Immigration Blog

EU TREATY RIGHTS: RIGHTS OF RESIDENCE IN THE EVENT OF SEPARATION

We are currently challenging a decision of the Department to revoke our client’s permission to reside in the State in circumstances where he has lived with his Union citizen wife for five years and is now separated but not divorced. As we have noted in our previous blog posts, there […]

ECHR DECISION: SERIOUS OFFENCES, FAMILY LIFE AND RELIANCE ON ARTICLE 8

A recent decision of the European Court of Human Rights in AA v United Kingdom (8000/08) [2011] ECHR 1345 (20 September 2011) determined that a young Nigerian applicant’s return to Nigeria would violate his Article 8 right to respect for his private life as a young adult. The decision provides […]

BROPHY SOLICITORS CASE ANALYSIS – EZENWAKA

Judge Hogan’s interesting judgement in Ezenwaka! Ezenwaka & Anor – v- MJELR [2011] IEHC 328 BACKGROUND: This judgment makes for good reading. It concerns a Nigerian mother Ms Ezenwaka, and her two children who in error, were granted a visa to enter the State and join Mr. Ezenwaka (husband to […]

Lebanon National Day 2011

http://www.facebook.com/l.php?u=http%3A%2F%2Firishlebanese.com%2F&h=0AQDs9s4jAQBWJrJvAnwJ4zBlEFXVAlO6sV6bE4D6oG0Ilw The Irish Lebanese Cultural Foundation are having a Cultural day, see below… Please pass this to all your family and friends to join us on a cultural day with diverse interests and focusing on integration. The opportunity celebrates Lebanon National Day and 10 years of the establishment of the […]

EU TREATY RIGHTS

SHAM MARRIAGES: TV 3 DOCUMENTARY We were pleased to be featured on a documentary by Paul Connolly, investigative journalist, on sham marriages that was screened earlier this week on TV3. The documentary examined the lucrative business that has developed in Ireland where non-EU nationals exploit EU nationals, often young women […]

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