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This is why it's always good to investigate thoroughly and not quickly conclude and make allegation.Wow90 wrote: ↑Wed Mar 10, 2021 10:23 amThere is an online system now:
"Introduction of new E-Payment System
As above outlined, when a person is notified by the Minister for Justice that it is her intention to issue them with a Certificate of Naturalisation, they are asked to submit payment in the sum of €950 to the Department of Justice. A new e-payment system has been introduced to allow applicants to pay the €950 online as an alternative to submitting a physical bank draft to the Department of Justice. The online payment process can be accessed using the following link. Applicants need to set up an account if they do not already have one and choose the option ‘Applications for Naturalisation’. They will then find a dropdown menu entitled ‘Citizenship Certificate Fee’ and then they should follow the steps to complete the process and pay the relevant fee. "
I would paste the link, but it belongs to a famous inmigration firm. So idk if that's allow. But if you google the above you'll find where it came from
Yes. It is in that website that you'll have to pay now and enter information.
ssireland wrote: ↑Wed Mar 10, 2021 9:15 amThis thread is for sending the signed affidavit after receiving the citizenship approval letter to receive naturalization certificate. Either you got into a wrong thread or you are just throwing bluffs out of blue. Because
1) There is no way you can pay CItizenship fees online.Its always bank draft
2) There is no way you can check the status in the inis website for Citizenship application.
Hello,Taki wrote: ↑Thu Mar 11, 2021 9:50 pmI submitted my INIS online form along with payment €950 on 8th March and received an mail that they received payment and today I received another email that they processed my payment for the certificate naturalisation today and they said I will receive a letter from them in due course regarding the final stage of my naturalisation application.
I am wondering if anybody else received this kind of email?
Hi,iamok wrote: ↑Thu Mar 18, 2021 3:34 pmHi - We sent the signed declaration along with the requested info to the citizenship dept 6 weeks ago but haven't received the naturalization certificate yet. We will probably check in with the department next week as they advised that it could take up to 6 weeks to get the certificate. But I was just wondering if anyone else has waited that long since submitting their declaration?
Hi Kalyna, just wondering if you got your certificate yet or any decision on your witness? Thankskalyna wrote: ↑Mon Mar 01, 2021 5:57 pmStill nothing unfortunately. I will wait until 6 weeks expires for an official verdict and after that will be aiming to go to Dundalk, sometime in April I guess, hopefully restrictions on both sides will be eased. Would be great to know if Garda are patrolling the crossing from NI to the Republic, I would not want to be stopped to be honest.nordieapp wrote: ↑Mon Mar 01, 2021 1:48 pmHi Kalyna, I am in the same situation re: witnessing the declaration in the north. Would you mind to please update if/when you hear anything back so I know whether a northern solicitor is acceptable as a witness or if I need to make arrangements to go south (we are a few hours drive from the border and this is especially difficult during lockdown). If anyone has had their declaration approved or rejected with a northern witness could you please update here. Very much appreciated.kalyna wrote: ↑Sat Feb 20, 2021 2:53 pmI am still waiting for the certificate (received the email with an affidavit on 20/01 and my signed declaration was delivered on 27/01). I think my issue is that my declaration was witnessed in NI by a NI solicitor (my best shot in the lockdown conditions). I sent them an email asking if there is an issue with my declaration and received a copy-paste reply "wait 6 weeks, then contact us".
Appreciate your idea. Can you share that specific email (guess that's allowed to share as it should be legal email address from inis)as it seems to be very vague asking to check in inis? All we know is firstname.lastname@example.org wrote: ↑Fri Mar 19, 2021 12:34 pmThe certificates are released in batches. So hopefully next batch will be released soon. However, You should still send an email after 6 weeks to check status as mentioned in the faq. Check the email address on inis website. It’s different to the email address for citizenship query.
I sent my declaration and IRP today, will post here if/when I receive the certificate of naturalisation.chai wrote: ↑Wed Mar 03, 2021 9:31 pmHi everyone, I received my approval and request for declaration letter via post (not received any emails) today. The last letter I received was a second stage letter on November 2019. I think it's a sign of a new batch of approvals and hope that there'll be more people getting their approvals/affidavits soon.
Thank you very much for providing these details. I sent them an email and I don't know if this happened automatically or some manual intervention by the staff, I finally got the submission and payment email today. My IRP and declaration also arrived to the office today, let's see how long it'll take to receive the certificate of naturalisation.danielmensah wrote: ↑Fri Mar 19, 2021 9:57 pmI can say this could be network delay or issue.
When I made the payment I received an email like below:
Re: Citizenship Application Number: XXXXX-CITZ-XX, Person ID Number: XXXXXX-XX, as submitted by you.
We have received your Citizenship Certificate Fee of € 950 which was submitted online on (DATE).
Your acknowledgement number for this is: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX.
You will receive an email notification when updates are made. Please ensure that you check your emails for new notifications.
If you have any queries regarding this transaction, please contact us at email@example.com.
You can try and email them: firstname.lastname@example.org and let them know and provide your payment details.
Hope this helps.
Best of luck.
Thanks for the update.