Irish Immigration Solicitors
Irish immigration law is complex; we understand trying to navigate it can be daunting. That’s why our experienced immigration team is dedicated to supporting you to understand Irish immigration requirements and making the application process as simple as it can be.
Everyone’s circumstances are unique, so it is important to have an immigration specialist by your side to provide tailored advice that is right for you. Our experienced team can assess your specific situation and offer personalised guidance to help you work towards meeting Irish immigration criteria.
Why choose us as your Irish Immigration Solicitors
When you choose Gibson & Associates LLP, you choose a dedicated partner that will work closely with you to give you the very best chance of achieving your immigration goals. You can trust us for:
- A team of highly experienced Irish immigration solicitors with an in-depth knowledge of Irish immigration law
- Customised advice based on your individual circumstances
- A fast response to your questions
- Video link for online meetings making it easy to access your immigration experts from anywhere in the world
- Comprehensive support to obtain the documentation required for an Irish immigration application, help to compile your application, and
- A simplified approach that makes the process easy.
Whether you are currently in Ireland or living abroad, our Irish immigration experts are ready to help. To speak with our immigration team about your needs, call us now on +353 1 264 5555.
It was a pleasure to work with Gibson and Associates on obtaining my Foreign Births Registration. With the firm’s expert guidance, my application was successful.
Date of experience: 03 November 2023
Our Irish Immigration Solicitors Services
Our team of immigration experts is among the most experienced in Ireland and is passionate about helping people achieve their goals of achieving citizenship or coming to live, work, or invest in Ireland.
Immigration eligibility criteria are very strict, so we take the time to understand your unique circumstances so that we can explore and tailor all the options that are available to you. Once we identify a pathway that is right for you, your expert immigration expert will manage the entire process on your behalf. This includes helping you to obtain and compile the supporting documents you will need for your application, so you have the best chance of meeting the eligibility criteria on your first application.
Our goal is to streamline the immigration process, relieve you of stress, and leave no stone unturned to identify a solution that gives you the best chance of success.
To speak with a member of our immigration team about your needs, call us now on +353 1 264 5555 or complete our Online Enquiry Form.
FAQ's Irish Immigration
What do I do if I am living in Ireland but have not yet been issued with a notification of intention to deport?
The time frame for issuing a notification of intention to deport can vary from applicant to applicant. Generally, it will be issued in approximately four to six weeks, but, in some cases, it can take a number of months. If you are living in Ireland and your visa has expired or become invalid, and you haven’t yet been issued a notification of intention to deport, you can appeal to the minister outlining your circumstances for leave to remain in the state. Our immigration solicitors can help you with the process.
Do I need to apply for residency if I am the parent of a child who is an Irish citizen?
Yes, you can apply for residency in Ireland. Any prior ciminial history will be considered during this application process.
Do I need to apply for permission to remain if I am married or civilly partnered to an Irish citizen?
If you are a non-EEA national, you must apply for permission to remain in Ireland even if you are married or in a civil partnership with an Irish national.
How do I apply for Irish naturalisation/citizenship?
To apply for naturalisation or citizenship, you need to have lived in Ireland for at least five years out of the last nine. All applications are at the absolute discretion of the Minister for Justice. There are strict rules about applying for Irish citizenship. Talk to our immigration team for advice about your application.
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