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Re: Card replacement programme: Non-EU Dependent of UK Citizen

Post by MichaelTN » Wed Feb 03, 2021 10:41 pm

Applied & sent off forms on January 18th.

Reply 3rd February that it got accepted.

Need to wait 5-10 working days for the card - not a bad turn around considering the circumstances of time right now.

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Re: Card replacement programme: Non-EU Dependent of UK Citizen

Post by ShaWG » Thu Feb 04, 2021 7:07 am

applied 11-01-21
acknowledgement email 19-01-21 saying card will be posted in 5-10 working days.
haven't received yet.?
anyone comment.

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Re: Card replacement programme: Non-EU Dependent of UK Citizen

Post by raja.brit » Thu Feb 04, 2021 7:31 am

ShaWG wrote:
Thu Feb 04, 2021 7:07 am
applied 11-01-21
acknowledgement email 19-01-21 saying card will be posted in 5-10 working days.
haven't received yet.?
anyone comment.
Have you not received "application has been completed" email? Acknowledgement is the very first email everyone gets.

If the email you got is a completion email, then you should have received the following in the same email:

"....

The processing of your application has been completed and you will shortly receive your new Irish Residency Permit Card by post - (approximately 5-10 working days)..

If you have not received your IRP Card after this time, please email burghquayregoffice@justice.ie and write “No Card Received” in the subject bar."

Hope it helps.

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Re: Card replacement programme: Non-EU Dependent of UK Citizen

Post by ShaWG » Thu Feb 04, 2021 7:39 am

raja.brit wrote:
Thu Feb 04, 2021 7:31 am
ShaWG wrote:
Thu Feb 04, 2021 7:07 am
applied 11-01-21
acknowledgement email 19-01-21 saying card will be posted in 5-10 working days.
haven't received yet.?
anyone comment.
Have you not received "application has been completed" email? Acknowledgement is the very first email everyone gets.

If the email you got is a completion email, then you should have received the following in the same email:

"....

The processing of your application has been completed and you will shortly receive your new Irish Residency Permit Card by post - (approximately 5-10 working days)..

If you have not received your IRP Card after this time, please email burghquayregoffice@justice.ie and write “No Card Received” in the subject bar."

Hope it helps.



yes I got the same email then I email to theme as they said CARD NOT RECEIVED but no reply yet.

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Re: Card replacement programme: Non-EU Dependent of UK Citizen

Post by raja.brit » Thu Feb 04, 2021 10:36 am

ShaWG wrote:
Thu Feb 04, 2021 7:39 am
raja.brit wrote:
Thu Feb 04, 2021 7:31 am
ShaWG wrote:
Thu Feb 04, 2021 7:07 am
applied 11-01-21
acknowledgement email 19-01-21 saying card will be posted in 5-10 working days.
haven't received yet.?
anyone comment.
Have you not received "application has been completed" email? Acknowledgement is the very first email everyone gets.

If the email you got is a completion email, then you should have received the following in the same email:

"....

The processing of your application has been completed and you will shortly receive your new Irish Residency Permit Card by post - (approximately 5-10 working days)..

If you have not received your IRP Card after this time, please email burghquayregoffice@justice.ie and write “No Card Received” in the subject bar."

Hope it helps.



yes I got the same email then I email to theme as they said CARD NOT RECEIVED but no reply yet.
Id say wait for a week n if still no reply, no harm to send a follow-up email.

Good luck!

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Re: Card replacement programme: Non-EU Dependent of UK Citizen

Post by ShaWG » Thu Feb 04, 2021 1:47 pm

OK THANKS RAJA

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Re: Card replacement programme: Non-EU Dependent of UK Citizen

Post by ShaWG » Wed Feb 10, 2021 9:01 am

Apologies for the delay in processing your application. This delay is due


to the large volume of applications currently on hand. Current processing


times have been extended to 25-30 working days. Our team are doing their


very best to process all applications queued. Your continued patience in


this regard is very much appreciated.





When your application has been processed you will receive an email update


from us. Please note that the current processing time is 25-30 working


days from the date your application was made on-line.








Thank you for contacting Registration Office, Immigration Service Delivery.


Your query is important to us and we respond as quickly as possible to


questions relating to registration.





i emailed to inis about my card the reply is that hope its help others members as well.i got acknowledge email om 19.01.21 still waiting for card.

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Re: Card replacement programme: Non-EU Dependent of UK Citizen

Post by pal80uk » Wed Feb 10, 2021 8:11 pm

Hi
Do we need to submit separate online applications for both parents for renewal of IRP stamp4 EUFAM?
thanks

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Re: Card replacement programme: Non-EU Dependent of UK Citizen

Post by raja.brit » Wed Feb 10, 2021 8:57 pm

pal80uk wrote:
Wed Feb 10, 2021 8:11 pm
Hi
Do we need to submit separate online applications for both parents for renewal of IRP stamp4 EUFAM?
thanks
If you are implying exchange of cards from Stamp 4 EUFAM to Withdrawal Agreement Beneficiary Card, then yes, seperate application for each applicants.

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Re: Card replacement programme: Non-EU Dependent of UK Citizen

Post by pal80uk » Wed Feb 10, 2021 9:03 pm

raja.brit wrote:
Wed Feb 10, 2021 8:57 pm
pal80uk wrote:
Wed Feb 10, 2021 8:11 pm
Hi
Do we need to submit separate online applications for both parents for renewal of IRP stamp4 EUFAM?
thanks
If you are implying exchange of cards from Stamp 4 EUFAM to Withdrawal Agreement Beneficiary Card, then yes, seperate application for each applicants.
Okay thanks!

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Re: Card replacement programme: Non-EU Dependent of UK Citizen

Post by Qasir_tayyab » Sun Feb 28, 2021 10:19 am

Folks
Any update
I didn’t got the card yet aproved in January 19. Still waiting.. !!!!i dont know why they took
So long.

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Re: Card replacement programme: Non-EU Dependent of UK Citizen

Post by raja.brit » Sun Feb 28, 2021 12:36 pm

Qasir_tayyab wrote:
Sun Feb 28, 2021 10:19 am
Folks
Any update
I didn’t got the card yet aproved in January 19. Still waiting.. !!!!i dont know why they took
So long.
As per the recent update, it takes 25 to 30 working days to process the card.

Have you first of all received the acknowledgement email?

If you have received the acknowledgement, I suggest you email as per the following notes from Registration Office.

'If you have not received your IRP Card after this time, please email burghquayregoffice@justice.ie and write “No Card Received” in the subject bar." '

I hope it helps.

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Re: Card replacement programme: Non-EU Dependent of UK Citizen

Post by Qasir_tayyab » Sun Feb 28, 2021 12:56 pm

Ok thanks

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Re: Card replacement programme: Non-EU Dependent of UK Citizen

Post by pal80uk » Thu Mar 18, 2021 10:10 am

My timeline:
Applied for new IRP card online under withdrawal treaty - 23rd Feb 2021
Confirmation email received that application processed - 1st March 2021
New IRP cards delivered in post - 5th March 2021.

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Re: Card replacement programme: Non-EU Dependent of UK Citizen

Post by raja.brit » Thu Mar 18, 2021 12:25 pm

pal80uk wrote:
Thu Mar 18, 2021 10:10 am
My timeline:
Applied for new IRP card online under withdrawal treaty - 23rd Feb 2021
Confirmation email received that application processed - 1st March 2021
New IRP cards delivered in post - 5th March 2021.
Great, thanks for the update.

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Re: Card replacement programme: Non-EU Dependent of UK Citizen

Post by pal80uk » Mon Mar 22, 2021 6:04 pm

Hi can someone plz help with timeline query in terms of next step plz for...'perm residence application'/ citizendhip for non-EU family member.

Im looking for clarity on when does the 5 year residence period commence in the state for non-EU family member. Is it:
1) the date non -EU family member first entered the state, or
2) from the date application for EU1 'accepted for consideration', or
3) the date when initial temp stamp 4 approval letter issued, or
4) the date initial stamp 4 residence card issued by INIS after stamp 4 approval letter (3) above, or
5) the date whn final stamp4 EUFAM approval letter issued, or
6) the date final stamp4 EUFAM residence card is issued?

Please note all above dates are different and so looking for advice/ clarity on which no. from the list above I should work from the 'valid' 5 year lawfull residence in the state for 'perm residence' application.
Thanks in advance.

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Re: Card replacement programme: Non-EU Dependent of UK Citizen

Post by raja.brit » Mon Mar 22, 2021 6:33 pm

pal80uk wrote:
Mon Mar 22, 2021 6:04 pm
Hi can someone plz help with timeline query in terms of next step plz for...'perm residence application'/ citizendhip for non-EU family member.

Im looking for clarity on when does the 5 year residence period commence in the state for non-EU family member. Is it:
1) the date non -EU family member first entered the state, or
2) from the date application for EU1 'accepted for consideration', or
3) the date when initial temp stamp 4 approval letter issued, or
4) the date initial stamp 4 residence card issued by INIS after stamp 4 approval letter (3) above, or
5) the date whn final stamp4 EUFAM approval letter issued, or
6) the date final stamp4 EUFAM residence card is issued?

Please note all above dates are different and so looking for advice/ clarity on which no. from the list above I should work from the 'valid' 5 year lawfull residence in the state for 'perm residence' application.
Thanks in advance.
I applied 7 months before the expiry of Stamp 4EUFAM based on point (3).

Hope it helps.

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Re: Card replacement programme: Non-EU Dependent of UK Citizen

Post by pal80uk » Mon Mar 22, 2021 7:22 pm

raja.brit wrote:
Mon Mar 22, 2021 6:33 pm
pal80uk wrote:
Mon Mar 22, 2021 6:04 pm
Hi can someone plz help with timeline query in terms of next step plz for...'perm residence application'/ citizendhip for non-EU family member.

Im looking for clarity on when does the 5 year residence period commence in the state for non-EU family member. Is it:
1) the date non -EU family member first entered the state, or
2) from the date application for EU1 'accepted for consideration', or
3) the date when initial temp stamp 4 approval letter issued, or
4) the date initial stamp 4 residence card issued by INIS after stamp 4 approval letter (3) above, or
5) the date whn final stamp4 EUFAM approval letter issued, or
6) the date final stamp4 EUFAM residence card is issued?

Please note all above dates are different and so looking for advice/ clarity on which no. from the list above I should work from the 'valid' 5 year lawfull residence in the state for 'perm residence' application.
Thanks in advance.
I applied 7 months before the expiry of Stamp 4EUFAM based on point (3).

Hope it helps.
Hi thanks for the reply.
Based on no. 3 above, we will have 1yr and 7 months still left on our stamp4 EUFam card, if i apply for EU3 after 4.5yrs of valid residence!

Will INIS accept application this early from final expiry of Stamp4 EUfam?

Plz note it took us jst over a year to get the final Stamp4 EUfam approval, thts why the gap - IRP card 5yr time starts from this date of final approval, not the initial stamp 4 approval.
So just wanted to double check if applying on date as above would be acceptable by INIS. Thanks again!

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Re: Card replacement programme: Non-EU Dependent of UK Citizen

Post by raja.brit » Mon Mar 22, 2021 9:15 pm

pal80uk wrote:
Mon Mar 22, 2021 7:22 pm
raja.brit wrote:
Mon Mar 22, 2021 6:33 pm
pal80uk wrote:
Mon Mar 22, 2021 6:04 pm
Hi can someone plz help with timeline query in terms of next step plz for...'perm residence application'/ citizendhip for non-EU family member.

Im looking for clarity on when does the 5 year residence period commence in the state for non-EU family member. Is it:
1) the date non -EU family member first entered the state, or
2) from the date application for EU1 'accepted for consideration', or
3) the date when initial temp stamp 4 approval letter issued, or
4) the date initial stamp 4 residence card issued by INIS after stamp 4 approval letter (3) above, or
5) the date whn final stamp4 EUFAM approval letter issued, or
6) the date final stamp4 EUFAM residence card is issued?

Please note all above dates are different and so looking for advice/ clarity on which no. from the list above I should work from the 'valid' 5 year lawfull residence in the state for 'perm residence' application.
Thanks in advance.
I applied 7 months before the expiry of Stamp 4EUFAM based on point (3).

Hope it helps.
Hi thanks for the reply.
Based on no. 3 above, we will have 1yr and 7 months still left on our stamp4 EUFam card, if i apply for EU3 after 4.5yrs of valid residence!

Will INIS accept application this early from final expiry of Stamp4 EUfam?

Plz note it took us jst over a year to get the final Stamp4 EUfam approval, thts why the gap - IRP card 5yr time starts from this date of final approval, not the initial stamp 4 approval.
So just wanted to double check if applying on date as above would be acceptable by INIS. Thanks again!
EU Regulations 2015 (section 15) states the following:

(b) a family member of a Union citizen referred to in subparagraph (a), who is not a national of a Member State and who has resided with the Union citizen in the State in conformity with these Regulations for a continuous period of 5 years.

My understanding is Stamp 4 counts as a reckonable. So I would count the time it was issued for residency period just as you would for Irish Citizenship. I did when I submitted EU3 and we had gap of 3 months while waiting for Stamp 4 EUFAM.

If or when you apply for EU3, I would quote the EU Treaty regulations in a cover letter.

Hope it helps.

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Re: Card replacement programme: Non-EU Dependent of UK Citizen

Post by pal80uk » Mon Mar 22, 2021 9:37 pm

raja.brit wrote:
Mon Mar 22, 2021 9:15 pm
pal80uk wrote:
Mon Mar 22, 2021 7:22 pm
raja.brit wrote:
Mon Mar 22, 2021 6:33 pm
pal80uk wrote:
Mon Mar 22, 2021 6:04 pm
Hi can someone plz help with timeline query in terms of next step plz for...'perm residence application'/ citizendhip for non-EU family member.

Im looking for clarity on when does the 5 year residence period commence in the state for non-EU family member. Is it:
1) the date non -EU family member first entered the state, or
2) from the date application for EU1 'accepted for consideration', or
3) the date when initial temp stamp 4 approval letter issued, or
4) the date initial stamp 4 residence card issued by INIS after stamp 4 approval letter (3) above, or
5) the date whn final stamp4 EUFAM approval letter issued, or
6) the date final stamp4 EUFAM residence card is issued?

Please note all above dates are different and so looking for advice/ clarity on which no. from the list above I should work from the 'valid' 5 year lawfull residence in the state for 'perm residence' application.
Thanks in advance.
I applied 7 months before the expiry of Stamp 4EUFAM based on point (3).

Hope it helps.
Hi thanks for the reply.
Based on no. 3 above, we will have 1yr and 7 months still left on our stamp4 EUFam card, if i apply for EU3 after 4.5yrs of valid residence!

Will INIS accept application this early from final expiry of Stamp4 EUfam?

Plz note it took us jst over a year to get the final Stamp4 EUfam approval, thts why the gap - IRP card 5yr time starts from this date of final approval, not the initial stamp 4 approval.
So just wanted to double check if applying on date as above would be acceptable by INIS. Thanks again!
EU Regulations 2015 (section 15) states the following:

(b) a family member of a Union citizen referred to in subparagraph (a), who is not a national of a Member State and who has resided with the Union citizen in the State in conformity with these Regulations for a continuous period of 5 years.

My understanding is Stamp 4 counts as a reckonable. So I would count the time it was issued for residency period just as you would for Irish Citizenship. I did when I submitted EU3 and we had gap of 3 months while waiting for Stamp 4 EUFAM.

If or when you apply for EU3, I would quote the EU Treaty regulations in a cover letter.

Hope it helps.
Thanks for clarifying...will do.
Do you know typical timelines for EU3, as could not find online. Checked citizenship timelines and think its taking approx 10months to 1yr average.

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Re: Card replacement programme: Non-EU Dependent of UK Citizen

Post by raja.brit » Mon Mar 22, 2021 9:50 pm

pal80uk wrote:
Mon Mar 22, 2021 9:37 pm
raja.brit wrote:
Mon Mar 22, 2021 9:15 pm
pal80uk wrote:
Mon Mar 22, 2021 7:22 pm
raja.brit wrote:
Mon Mar 22, 2021 6:33 pm


I applied 7 months before the expiry of Stamp 4EUFAM based on point (3).

Hope it helps.
Hi thanks for the reply.
Based on no. 3 above, we will have 1yr and 7 months still left on our stamp4 EUFam card, if i apply for EU3 after 4.5yrs of valid residence!

Will INIS accept application this early from final expiry of Stamp4 EUfam?

Plz note it took us jst over a year to get the final Stamp4 EUfam approval, thts why the gap - IRP card 5yr time starts from this date of final approval, not the initial stamp 4 approval.
So just wanted to double check if applying on date as above would be acceptable by INIS. Thanks again!
EU Regulations 2015 (section 15) states the following:

(b) a family member of a Union citizen referred to in subparagraph (a), who is not a national of a Member State and who has resided with the Union citizen in the State in conformity with these Regulations for a continuous period of 5 years.

My understanding is Stamp 4 counts as a reckonable. So I would count the time it was issued for residency period just as you would for Irish Citizenship. I did when I submitted EU3 and we had gap of 3 months while waiting for Stamp 4 EUFAM.

If or when you apply for EU3, I would quote the EU Treaty regulations in a cover letter.

Hope it helps.
Thanks for clarifying...will do.
Do you know typical timelines for EU3, as could not find online. Checked citizenship timelines and think its taking approx 10months to 1yr average.
I think I will open one for EU Timeline/Wait as there is no active thread.

It seems like the minimum wait is about an year though I have heard from outside sources few of them got it within 6 months.

I don't recall anyone got approval for EU3 lately in this forum.

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Re: Card replacement programme: Non-EU Dependent of UK Citizen

Post by pal80uk » Mon Mar 22, 2021 10:13 pm

raja.brit wrote:
Mon Mar 22, 2021 9:50 pm
pal80uk wrote:
Mon Mar 22, 2021 9:37 pm
raja.brit wrote:
Mon Mar 22, 2021 9:15 pm
pal80uk wrote:
Mon Mar 22, 2021 7:22 pm


Hi thanks for the reply.
Based on no. 3 above, we will have 1yr and 7 months still left on our stamp4 EUFam card, if i apply for EU3 after 4.5yrs of valid residence!

Will INIS accept application this early from final expiry of Stamp4 EUfam?

Plz note it took us jst over a year to get the final Stamp4 EUfam approval, thts why the gap - IRP card 5yr time starts from this date of final approval, not the initial stamp 4 approval.
So just wanted to double check if applying on date as above would be acceptable by INIS. Thanks again!
EU Regulations 2015 (section 15) states the following:

(b) a family member of a Union citizen referred to in subparagraph (a), who is not a national of a Member State and who has resided with the Union citizen in the State in conformity with these Regulations for a continuous period of 5 years.

My understanding is Stamp 4 counts as a reckonable. So I would count the time it was issued for residency period just as you would for Irish Citizenship. I did when I submitted EU3 and we had gap of 3 months while waiting for Stamp 4 EUFAM.

If or when you apply for EU3, I would quote the EU Treaty regulations in a cover letter.

Hope it helps.
Thanks for clarifying...will do.
Do you know typical timelines for EU3, as could not find online. Checked citizenship timelines and think its taking approx 10months to 1yr average.
I think I will open one for EU Timeline/Wait as there is no active thread.

It seems like the minimum wait is about an year though I have heard from outside sources few of them got it within 6 months.

I don't recall anyone got approval for EU3 lately in this forum.
Ok thanks ...will keep an eye on the update.
Im sure others on the forum will share their timelines for info.

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Re: Card replacement programme: Non-EU Dependent of UK Citizen

Post by CheGuevara » Thu Apr 01, 2021 8:31 pm

pal80uk wrote:
Thu Mar 18, 2021 10:10 am
My timeline:
Applied for new IRP card online under withdrawal treaty - 23rd Feb 2021
Confirmation email received that application processed - 1st March 2021
New IRP cards delivered in post - 5th March 2021.
What’s the validity on your IRP card?

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Re: Card replacement programme: Non-EU Dependent of UK Citizen

Post by pal80uk » Thu Apr 01, 2021 8:43 pm

CheGuevara wrote:
Thu Apr 01, 2021 8:31 pm
pal80uk wrote:
Thu Mar 18, 2021 10:10 am
My timeline:
Applied for new IRP card online under withdrawal treaty - 23rd Feb 2021
Confirmation email received that application processed - 1st March 2021
New IRP cards delivered in post - 5th March 2021.
What’s the validity on your IRP card?
Same end date as the original one.

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Re: Card replacement programme: Non-EU Dependent of UK Citizen

Post by Hussain3 » Sun Apr 04, 2021 3:03 pm

I am really really confused about card replacement. I am Uk citizen and my family stamp 4 EUFAM expired February 2021,

I applied for permanent residency last augest 2020 , 6 months before our stamp 4 EUFAM expired , in March 2021 I got 9 month temporary stamp 4 and i went immigration and they give me new card says stamp 4 and expires on 12 December 2021 .

I need advice now do I need replace my current temporary stamp 4 or not please advice?
The new card I have seen and says article 50 instead of stamp 4 , what does mean article 50 and any advantages about replacement card

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