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Maples Group
As part of the Irish Government's response to COVID-19, a number of important announcements which involve exceptional changes to usual immigration rules have been published.
Fragomen
The Irish government has made significant changes to the Employment Permit Regulations, some of which are effective immediately.
Fragomen
The new process is only applicable to de facto partners of Irish nationals who are unmarried and does not currently apply to spouses of Irish nationals.
Arthur Cox
The purpose of the Immigrant Investor Programme ("IIP") is to enable non-EEA nationals and their families who commit to an approved investment in Ireland to acquire permanent residency in Ireland.
Arthur Cox
The purpose of the Immigrant Investor Programme ("IIP") is to enable non-EEA nationals and their families who commit to an approved investment in Ireland to acquire permanent residency in Ireland.
Mason Hayes & Curran
Section 9(4) of the Refugee Act 1996 (the "1996 Act") provides that an asylum seeker in Ireland shall not seek or enter employment until such time that his or her refugee status has been decided.
Mason Hayes & Curran
In the wake of President Trump's 90-day immigration ban, we examine the scope of the new US immigration rules and the likely impact they will have for Irish employers.
Fragomen Singapore Pte. Ltd.
Employers in Ireland can now consider more job categories than previously available for foreign workers.
Mason Hayes & Curran
We attended the launch of the Trusted Partner Initiative on 12 May 2015 which was hosted by the Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton (the "Minister").
Matheson
The Act provides clarity and certainty to employers regarding the circumstances in which a permit may be granted.
Arthur Cox
On 23 April 2014, the Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation (the "Minister") published the Employment Permits (Amendment) Bill 2014 (the "Bill").
Matheson
The Atypical Working Scheme which was originally due to launch on 1 July, is now expected to be implemented on 2 September 2013.
Mason Hayes & Curran
The Irish Government has set out its strategy to make Ireland "the best small country in which to do business and as a consequence, retain and create sustainable jobs".
Dillon Eustace
The Department of Justice, Equality and Defence (the "Department") has recently introduced two new immigration initiatives aimed at facilitating non-EEA migrant entrepreneurs and investors who, in return for permission to reside in the State, are prepared to invest in Ireland.
Dillon Eustace
The financial services sector has over the past twenty years been one of the pillars of the Irish economy while it has enjoyed unprecedented growth.
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