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Thanks Ryuzaki, I hope yours is able to be re-united too! I'll hopefully get something posted Thursday or Friday
Thanks Adamson!adamson wrote: ↑Sat Mar 31, 2018 7:40 pmFirst of all congratulations for geting to reunited with your wife.
Second thank you for all this amazing information.
I have some questions which I really need to ask.
1-my wife is britsh and we want to move to Ireland to be together because of the hard requirements for uk .but we don't know where to start as she still in England. Also I have applied from visit visa which got rejected by uk 2 years ago it was bussniess visit which I been issued 3 times before and in forth time got refused anyway do I need to mention that when I apply in ireland or not?
Also what to writ in the application as it says duration of stay what langth shall I put?
Also can we apply whens we get place in ireland or we need to wait till my wife get job and then apply.
Much appreciated for your time
Thanks on advanced
Yup, be sure to always mention any refusals or acceptancesadamson wrote: ↑Sun Apr 01, 2018 1:18 pmThank you again so it's clear I should mention any refuse I had and I can apply even if my wife in uk
Does we just need a dress in ireland only?
Also in visa application says data of travel and data of leaving so I should put x only does they need any chat screen shot as what's or messanger we have preperd so much in word file incase they need it.
No worries Ryuzaki.ryuzaki wrote: ↑Sun Apr 01, 2018 2:52 pmThanks so much for that information, Michael. It's very useful and appreciated.
Like you I plan to move to Ireland by myself first, so it's good to know that the process doesn't take too long.
The INIS website seems to imply that you can apply for the visa before your EEA national spouse has actually gone to Ireland:
"that you will be accompanying or joining that citizen who is exercising free movement rights in Ireland or provide a declaration or statement of confirmation that the citizen will be exercising those rights at the time of your arrival in Ireland."
http://www.inis.gov.ie/en/INIS/Pages/Fa ... s+citizens
It would be great to be able to apply ahead of time, but I do wonder if there is a risk of rejection if the EEA national is not already in Ireland exercising their rights.
Overall this is a very positive outcome though, and has given me confidence that I am on the right track leaving the UK.
I went for the Family Visa.danishgirl wrote: ↑Sat Jun 02, 2018 8:11 pmHi Michael,
Out of all the short stay 'C' visas , which one of these did you go for?
Family or friends visa
Conference or event visa
Employment (Atypical Working Scheme) visa
Join ship visa
Medical treatment visa
Performance or tournament visa
Visa for non-EU/EEA & non-Swiss citizen travelling with EU/EEA/Swiss family
I wouldn't be sure Adamson, it's best to ask which Embassy it's being sent to.