Family Reunification

Family Reunification Success Stories

One of the core areas of Nasc’s work has always been family reunification. We work with countless families, some who are refugees entitled to refugee family reunification, and some who are migrants, who are looking to bring family members to join them here in Ireland from all corners of the globe. We... Read more

PQ: Family Reunification

476. Deputy Finian McGrath asked the Minister for Justice and Equality to support Article 14(1) of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights on the asylum issue (details supplied); and if she will make a statement on the matter. Minister for Justice and Equality (Deputy Frances Fitzgerald): Article 14(1)... Read more

PQ: Visa Agreements (Marriage)

602. Deputy David Stanton asked the Minister for Justice and Equality if US citizens residing here on a stamp 4 basis, who wish to marry a non-EEA national who is not residing here, are required to meet a member of An Garda Síochána or the Irish Naturalisation and Immigration Bureau to satisfy them... Read more

PQ: Registration of Marriages (US Citizens)

278. Deputy David Stanton asked the Tánaiste and Minister for Social Protection if the provisions of the Civil Registration (Amendment) Act 2014 apply to US citizens residing here on a Stamp 4 basis, who wish to marry a non-EEA national who is not residing here; the procedure through which such persons... Read more

Family Reunification and other Successful outcomes for Nasc Clients!

We were thrilled to welcome one of our clients and her niece to Nasc this morning. They stopped by to meet the legal team. Nasc successfully applied for a long stay visa for the young girl to join her aunt (who is also her guardian) in Ireland. Having been separated for many years, the family is now... Read more

PQ: Family Reunification Applications

157. Deputy Arthur Spring asked the Minister for Justice and Equality if there is an automatic right for non-EEA nationals, who are immediate family members, that is children under age 18 and spouses, of Irish citizens, to qualify for a joint spouse or point parent visa in order that they can migrate... Read more

Save the Date – ‘Beyond the Single Procedure: Reforming Ireland’s Protection System’ 20 June 2014

To mark World Refugee Day, Nasc in conjunction with UCD’s Sutherland School of Law are hosting a groundbreaking conference looking at the protection system in Ireland. The conference will take place on 20 June in UCD’s William Fry Theatre from 10 AM – 3 PM. The conference is an opportunity to... Read more