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Your ability to reunite with your family members in Ireland will depend on your right to remain in Ireland. The following can immediately bring their family to live with them in Ireland:
The following family members are eligible to join you:
See published guidelines relevant to non-EEA family reunification.
See also published guidelines relevant to family reunification applying to persons with refugee status only.
See published guidelines relating to non-EEA Family Reunifcation
Your signed and dated application form and the appropriate fee (where applicable) must be accompanied by the supporting documentation set out below.
More details on documents required for non-EEA applicants
Appeals must be in writing and posted to the Visa Appeals Officer. Faxed or emailed appeals will not be considered. Only one appeal can be made for each application. If the appeal is rejected, a new visa application must be submitted.
More on appeals
Access to Employment
Non-EEA national family members are only permitted to work if they:
Other family members of employment permit holders must obtain aan employment permit in their own right
Irish Naturalisation and Immigration Service (visas)
Garda National Immigration Bureau
Department of Justice and Equality
Office for the Promotion of Migrant Integration
Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation
Citizens Information (Residence rights of family members)
Department of Social Protection (DSP) Employment Services
Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
Employment Permits Section
Business Permission Unit
Garda National Immigration Bureau (GNIB)
Last Update: 26/11/2015 |