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A friend of mine was kept in prison for few weeks and deported back home by the irish immigration accompanied by two immigration officers.Obie wrote: ↑Tue Sep 17, 2019 7:52 pmThe judgement does not prevent the minister from removing people, it only prevents him from deporting and imposing bans on entry.
Therefore the minister can remove individuals whose family have ceased from exercising treaty rights.
This judgement applies if there was a genuine relationship.
Is that case finalise from irish high court,After reading that link still not too clear about it.arz1986 wrote: ↑Mon Nov 25, 2019 5:12 pmIrish high court give the judgement of 25 october 2019.
https://beta.courts.ie/view/judgments/f ... 35.pdf/pdf
Our case is dependent on that judgement let see, what department do now.
arz1986@ Have you received that letter from EU-treaty department or some other deportment, Can you please confirmarz1986 wrote: ↑Wed Nov 27, 2019 11:55 amI think, they will issue some sort of scheme like zambrano case, but not sure. They will write letter to every person, who they think come under chencholiah judgement. I am not sure, they will either give stamp 4 or just remove deportation order. senior member or any solicitor can advice better.
I got similar sort of the letter.
Did you try to contact with any solicitor for full explanation as they are giving any stamp or/because withdrawing deportation order shouldn't can make any entitlement to stay in the state legally.