Immigration

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Nasc, the Migrant and Refugee Rights Centre, will launch a new three-year strategy tomorrow as it marks the formal opening of its new Cork premises. The rights group has also unveiled a new logo and mobile-friendly website which was developed following funding from the EU Asylum, Migration and Integ

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Ireland's re-entry visa system will be abolished with effect from next month, the Government announced today. Under the system, visa-required nationals who live in Ireland and who wish to travel to and from the country have been obliged to apply for a re-entry visa in advance of travel.

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Two people who came to Ireland as refugees but subsequently naturalised as Irish citizens have failed in their court bid to access the family reunification scheme. Ms Justice Marie Baker, sitting in the Court of Appeal, today handed down judgment in the test cases ‘MAM’ and ‘KN&rsq

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Plans to deploy immigration officials to Dublin's lead homelessness agency have been approved by Cabinet. The move was agreed by ministers last Tuesday because of an increase in the number of non-EU nationals presenting as homeless, the Sunday Independent reports.

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The head of Ireland's International Protection Office (IPO) has been elected to chair the management board of the European Asylum Support Office (EASO). David Costello, deputy chair of the management board since 2015, will take up the new post for a three-year term.

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Draft legislation to restore the right to citizenship to all children born in Ireland will not proceed past the second stage in the Dáil after Justice Minister Charlie Flanagan told TDs yesterday that the Government would refuse a money message for the bill. The Irish Nationality and Citizens

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Draft legislation to restore the right to citizenship to all children born in Ireland will be debated in the Dáil on Thursday. The Irish Nationality and Citizenship (Restoration of Birthright Citizenship) Bill 2017, brought by Solidarity TD Paul Murphy, would repeal sections 6(a) and 6(b) of

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