Change of Immigration Status from Stamp 1

New Stamp Criteria for changing immigration permission and instructions on how to change stamp.
Stamp 2 If you wish change your registration with GNIB to a Student you must attend at the GNIB with student documents.  Details here. Required documents include an acceptance letter from the school/college, evidence of private medical insurance and evidence of finances.
Stamp 3 If you wish to change your registration with GNIB to a dependent - either as a Spouse,  Civil Partner or dependent child (between the age of 16 and 18) - of an Irish Resident you may attend at GNIB, along with the Irish Resident, to apply for a change of status to stamp 3.  Details here.
If you have been in a relationship akin to marriage with an Irish Resident and cohabiting with that Irish Resident for at least two years you may apply to Residence Division for a change of Status to a Stamp 3.  Details here.
Stamp 4 If you have employment permits and residence permissions and stamps for the previous five (5) years you may attend at GNIB to apply for Stamp 4 for one year.  Details here.
If you have employment permits and residence permission and stamps for 5 years you may apply to INIS for long term residence (5 years ).  Details here.
If you become a Spouse or Civil Partner of an Irish National, who is resident in the State, you may attend at GNIB with the Irish National to apply for your change of status to stamp 4.  Details here.
If you have been in a relationship akin to marriage with an Irish National and cohabiting with that Irish National for at least two years you may apply to Residence Division for a change of Status to a Stamp 4.  Details here.
If you become the parent of an Irish Citizen Child you may attend at the GNIB office to apply for a change of status. Details here.
Stamp 5 If you have 96 months reckonable residence you may apply to Residence Division for a Stamp 5.  Details here.
Stamp 6 If you are granted citizenship you may apply to Residence Division for stamp 6.  Details here.