Effective 6 March 2019, the spouses and de facto partners of Critical Skills Employment Permit (CSEP) holders can access the Irish labour market without first obtaining an Employment Permit.
In addition, on 1 April 2019 a new pre-clearance policy will be introduced for the non-EEA de facto partners of CSEP holders.
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IRELAND – Spouse or Partner of Critical Skills Employment Permit Holder Can Work Without Employment Permit
This alert was prepared with information provided by Newland Chase.
We are pleased to note that one of our partners for French immigration, APRO Consulting, has launched a new website, to showcase its international mobility management solutions.
Congratulations to Anthony Pajot and the whole team!
We are pleased to share this article describing the recent increase in applications for French citizenship by British nationals. The article features Fiona Mougenot, Managing Director of Expat Partners, an immigration consultancy which is Peregrine’s partner for immigration into France. Thanks for sharing your experience, Fiona!
A non-EEA national unmarried partner of an Irish national or Irish resident, who is seeking to obtain immigration permission, must now be able to demonstrate a genuine long-term relationship with documentary evidence of cohabitation with their sponsoring partner for at least one year, rather than two years, as previously.
Read more here:
IRELAND – Immigration Authorities Ease Cohabitation Requirement for De Facto Partners
Peregrine builds software and provides consultancy and training for global immigration management.
Our sister company Newland Chase, a CIBT company, provides specialist immigration services worldwide.
CIBT is a world leader in short-term outbound visa requirements for expats and businesses.
We are very pleased that our partner for South Africa and Namibia, IBN Business and Immigration Solutions, has been awarded best immigration provider worldwide of 2016 at the BrookfieldGRS supplier conference in Washington D.C.
Congratulations to Andreas and the rest of the team!
The Ministry of Internal Affairs has finally provided clarity on the impact of the recent law recognising same-sex unions on immigration provisions.
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This news alert was prepared using information provided by Mazzeschi.
Our US partner, Littler, has published the linked article considering the effects of possible changes to employment law as a result of the UK’s recent vote to leave the European Union (EU).
We are very pleased to announce M. Hamel Smith, a law firm in Trinidad and Tobago, as our partner for Immiguru.
M. Hamel Smith has already begun reviewing the data we have in Immiguru on immigration and work authorisation processes to Trinidad and Tobago, and we are delighted that they have joined our partner network!
We are delighted to draw your attention to the handsome new website of our local partner, Corporate Relocations Greece.
Congratulations to Maria Kouri and the rest of her team for the upgrade!
Our 230+ local immigration partners around the world provide the up-to-date information on work immigration processes to over 90 countries in Immiguru, our revolutionary global immigration knowledge database. Follow this link for more information about Immiguru.
We are delighted to announce that Peregrine’s partner in Indonesia, PNB, has established a new law firm dedicated to immigration services, thanks to the success of their immigration practice. PNB Immigration Law Firm was formed on 22 February 206, and we wish Philo Dellano and his team much success in this new venture.
Read more here.