Irish Immigration Blog

Seminar on “The Free Movement of Workers in Ireland” (November 2010)

Back in November, our immigration team attended a Seminar on ‘The Free Movement of Workers in Ireland’ which had a full programme of interesting speakers. Our solicitors picked up on some interesting issues that were discussed in the weekly update at the beginning of November. SEMINAR ON “THE FREE MOVEMENT […]

One to watch! Zambrano (European Citizenship) EUECJ C34/09 (October 2010)

Following on from our post on the thorny issue of reverse discrimination, in late October our weekly update highlighted the radical opinion of the Advocate-General Sharpston in the the case of Zambrano (European Citizenship) EUECJ C34/09 that is to be determined in the Grand Chamber of the European Court of […]

Reverse Discrimination – the Down Side to ‘Free Movement’? (October 2010)

In late October, our office conducted some research on EU Treaty Rights law and the entitlements under the Directive and Regulations on Free Movement.  We have been closely monitoring developments within the European Court of Justice as this area of the law is dynamic and extremely relevant for many of […]

EU Treaty Rights and dual nationality (October 2010)

In October, we had initial success of a grant of leave in an EU Treaty Rights case on the issue of dual nationality. Further updates to follow on this point! In the meantime, if you have any questions on this issue, please contact us.   LEAVE GRANTED IN EU TREATY RIGHTS […]

Looking ahead at the new student visa regime (October 2010)

Since our posting below that was sent out in October, the new student visa regime has been introduced. We had a seminar focusing on this new regime in November. See our later postings for further updates on the new regime! Below is a preview of what was coming up … NON […]