asimraza1 wrote:Thanks very much. Application was Join family long stay(Single Journey) for spouse of an Irish National. Application was submitted on 9th May 2016 in Gerry's Lahore and reached Dublin Office on 2nd June 2016.
Last week i got an email and they required my recent bank statement and 3 payslips again. I sent them immediately and there was a good news on this Tuesday list.
Sidrameez991 wrote:See this news..
Ayub 87 wrote:Your welcome asaleem and I know exactly how you feel, last night on this forum I found New guidance for home office staff to crack down on surinder Singh route and after reading it I couldn't sleep much all night this really is stressful and one can't even begin his life lying in wait of visa applications for best part of a year, regarding this BBC report a relative also sent to me today but I didn't want to read it as I'm upset as it is, lastly not to put you down but I have been told by friends in Ireland when how long to expect or how long the back log/delay was and they said 8 months! So good luck if it gets done sooner but stated time of within 6 months is false at the moment due to level of applications(apparently) I just got my reminder which I set 6 months from date of application for tomorrow(18 July) I'm glad I stopped checking every Tuesday it was driving me crazy we should all pray for each other that Allah makes it easy for us and gives us success in our applications and makes it easy for us during this difficult time.
Yaser999 wrote:Salam, Everyody stuck here because of so called "F*** life Scam", You can't blame department for this, I personally know About 20 peoples in which 17 are showing only in papers they are exercising their treaty rights but in reality they ain't, this is the problem department is facing, they have to investigate which one is legit case and obviously it would take time. UK gov is also making it so hard for such people to get back in the UK. I have seen people who showes in Ireland they are exercising their treaty rights and working here but intact they are still in UK working there and some of them still claiming benefits, how they going to prove they were exercising their treaty rights.
Am stuck like everybody, applied for my wife visa on 5th June, 2016, application reached in Dublin on 02 June, 2016, still no answer, contacted Solvit, they said we know Irish authorities breach the law but we cannot force them to process the application within reasonable time, got involved local MP but he got same generic reply, no help, at the end I had to dragged them to court, don't know how long would court take, on the side am I contacted with opposition leader, got a reply saying "Deputy Martin has submitted a Parliamentary Question to the Minister for Justice and Equality, Frances Fitzgerald TD requesting when a decision will be taken on your wife's visa application" waiting for answer from the minister now.
I am also in touch with a journalist who writes article for Irish time, she is trying to find out about this delays for me, if I hear anything I will update you guys.
Yaser999 wrote:Am from Dublin, I have no idea how long court would take, I got hearing on 25 January, see how it goes.
I have ur phone number, I'll text you.
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Ayub 87 wrote:Sorry asaleem I checked late and all I see is xxxxx I don't mind you contacting me off the forum but I don't think you can private message anyone here as in not on public forum.
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