Gibson & Associates Immigration Consultant gives citizenship advice in The Irish Central

Category: Immigration

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In a release, Gibson & Associate Solicitors based in Dublin and Donegal advised: “Those affected should begin building their 12 months uninterrupted presence in Ireland and if by then there has been no change in the rules consider withdrawing your application and then re-applying as you will then have met the new strict rules of one year’s residence.

“Those that have already applied but rather than placed on hold are rejected could have recourse to bring Judicial review proceedings against the decision.”

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