Information Notice for non-EEA family members of British citizens who are residing in Ireland

Please refer to previous Information Note of 21 May 2019.

Transitional arrangements for non-EEA family members of British citizens legally residing in Ireland are still being considered in light of the evolving situation. In the event of a no-deal Brexit, it is the Department’s intention to identify the most beneficial immigration arrangements for this group of people.

Are you the holder of a valid Stamp 4 EUFam residence card?

The Department recently wrote to non-EEA family members of British citizens holding valid Stamp 4 EUFam permission as at 22 August 2019.

We would urge you to contact this office as soon as possible if you have not already responded to our recent correspondence. This will help us to identify the most beneficial immigration arrangements for you in the event of a no-deal Brexit. You can contact this office by email at eutreatyrights@justice.ie

Is your EU Treaty Rights application still being processed?

At this stage, no specific action is required from you if your application is being processed. However, in accordance with existing requirements it is important that you update this office if there is any change in your circumstances, including a change of address.

Further updates will be posted in respect of non-EEA family members of British citizens coming to Ireland post 31 October 2019 in a no-deal scenario.

 

 

EU Treaty Rights Division

Immigration Service Delivery

Published: 15 October 2019

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