J_Karim wrote:if you did that when did you apply?
did you recive any letter or acknowledgememt from them?
nomal GNIB mostly know nothing.their job is just endross ur passport.
if you did not recive anything from them then u need to query there
hope it helps
Obie wrote:She does not have right to work in the state because she is married to an Irish Citizen, unless the Irish citizen has lived in another memberstate with her, and exercised EU treaty rights there.
What he needs to do, is argue the Garda Immigration officer, that his wife had visa when she came in, and therefore do not have to apply to the department of Justice.
You cannot apply under EU1, unless you are an Irish Citizen who has resided with you wife in another EU memberstate, and now returning to Ireland, which does not seem to be the case here.
Applying with EU one will lead to further delays.
J_Karim wrote:Well It says 9 to 12 months but may not take this time it depends how busy are they? Recently i experience something that after submitting my own application it took only ten working days even people are waiting almost ten month here.It depends on your papers what you are submitting to them. As long as documents are simple and strong you get it quicker than the time frame. And it will be completely wrong to submit a EU1 form. You are an Irish and its not about your eu treaty rights practicing is this state it has to be dealt with local gnib.
under no circumstances you should not submit eu1 from as becasue u are an irish.Now temp eu stam 4 they approve to the person who are waiting for the next approaval and married to a eu citizen.And ofcourse u are an eu citizen but living in ireland so, what you did is the the accurate way to deal with.
To speed up your process you may write to them and other than that it’s a wait and see game if you know the meaning?
NB: Now if want have a stamp on your wife password from the gnib you hit the gnib again along with your wife and ask for a supervisor and show him the marriage cert and your acknowledgment and ask for few month stamp and tell them she has job offer or she wants to work.
Remember you are an irish and she has the rights to works in this state as long she is married to you.
You must approach to a supervisor in gnib because they have little more power than others.
Hope it helps
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