Immigration registration

Notice 1 | Minister announces further temporary extension of immigration permissions

26 March 2021

This notice applies to all Immigration and International Protection permissions to reside in the State that are due to expire between 21 April 2021 and 20 September 2021 and to permissions extended under previous notices. This is the seventh, and expected to be the final, extension of permissions granted since the outset of the pandemic.

In light of the continuing uncertainties caused by the Coronavirus pandemic, COVID-19, the following notice applies to all persons with a current valid permission due to expire from 21 April 2021 to 20 September 2021, whether pursuant to domestic law or powers of the Minister, or Directive 2004/38/EC (Free Movement Directive).

All such permissions that are due to expire from 21 April 2021 to 20 September 2021 are automatically renewed by the Minister to 20 September 2021.

Read the full details of this notice on the Registration updates & announcements page.

 

Notice 2 | Minister announces new arrangements for renewal of registrations

01 December 2020

From 02 December 2020, customers renewing their Immigration Registration Permission will no longer need to submit their passport to have an immigration stamp attached by their Registration Office. 

This applies to renewals made in the Burgh Quay Registration Office in Dublin and renewals made in local Registration Offices at Garda Stations nationwide.

Read the full details about these changes and some answers to the top frequently asked questions here...

 

Renew your registration

If you wish to remain in Ireland, you must renew your immigration permission & registration on time. If you register in Dublin you must make a registration renewal application through the Online Renewal System.

If you live outside Dublin you should contact your local immigration office to arrange a time to register.

 

Renew now

Documents you need & how to renew for:

Note: Your stamp number is printed on your registration certificate, ie Irish Residence Permit (IRP) or GNIB Card.

 

 

Contact & help

If you have questions, check the support centre for help.

Updated: 31 March 2021