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Hi,AAP1977 wrote: ↑Fri Jan 01, 2021 3:03 pmI tried to go about the same, I was unable to. My only option is to hope that the bug is fixed and the necessary algorithm added to make this user friendly for us who want a card replacement.
As you said there is no way to do this with the current online service platform.
I will wait till Monday before writing the department of Justice.
Wow, exactly same here. Ends September n outside Dublin county.
From the non-eu applicant. You need to upload just the following docs:Corw wrote: ↑Sun Jan 03, 2021 2:02 pmaccording to that linkhttp://www.inis.gov.ie/en/INIS/Pages//UK-withd ... in-Ireland
they stating that .....
(You will be asked to confirm that you have been exercising EU Treaty Rights to reside in the State on or before 31 December 2020 and continue to do .)
are they asking proof of exercising EU treaty rights from British citizen or from non eu applicant ?
My understanding is your new Stamp 4 card should have the exact same expiry as your current EUFAM as it is merely an exchange.Corw wrote: ↑Sun Jan 03, 2021 2:29 pmawww thanks for reply i will contact eu treaty rights division soon .
We are agree with you that INIS didn't go a great job in this instance.
my hubby current card expiry date 09/ 2023 and we are outside of Dublin .
its seems my hubby cant travel back home and come back ireland on his current card stamp 4 eufam .
one the other hand i heard that in new replacement card scheme INIS gonna give one year permission who are currently holding stamp 4 euam .?
Great. Do keep us posted!
Nope. Following is the information from INIS Website:
Thanks MSMK. I got the same response.Msmk wrote: ↑Mon Jan 04, 2021 6:57 pmHi all,
I'm in the same boat, I received this email below so let's hope in a few days the system will be up and running.
I refer to your recent email in relation to the replacement of your
husband's EUFam card and in particular that online system indicates that
applications can only be submitted in respect of cards that are due to
expire within one month and from residents within the Dublin area.
The online card replacement process is being administered by the Burgh Quay
Registration Office. We have received a number of emails such as yours
that suggest that there some glitches with the online system. I have
brought this to the attention of the Registration Office to address any
technical issues as soon as possible.
I would recommend that you try to apply again in a few days time. I will
endeavour to contact you again when I receive an update from the
Technically no I think because UK is no longer part of the EU and EU Treat Rights no longer apply to us.