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EU3 Timeline for Non-Eu family Members of British Citizens

Post by immerso » Mon Apr 05, 2021 2:59 pm

Applied in 3 March 2020 By Email
Temporary Visa Email Received on 9 March 2020 Until Dec 2020
Another Extension in Dec 2020 Until September 2021

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Re: EU3 Timeline for Non-Eu family Members of British Citizens

Post by raja.brit » Mon Apr 05, 2021 4:06 pm

Applied via email: 1st Feb 2021 (Never received by INIS)
Applied via Post: 4th Feb 2021
Application Received: 5th Feb 2021
Email Acknowledgement: 22nd Feb 2021 (after chasing them via email for acknowledgement)
Postal Acknowledged: Pending
Temporary Extension: Pending

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Re: EU3 Timeline for Non-Eu family Members of British Citizens

Post by AAP1977 » Mon Apr 05, 2021 4:42 pm

Applied by Post 03/03/2020
Received by INIS. 04/03/2020
Acknowledgement Received 11/03/2020
Email sent to request an update 07/03/2021
Response of Update Email received 11/03
Approval. Pending
Current Stamp Valid till the 02/09/2021

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Re: EU3 Timeline for Non-Eu family Members of British Citizens

Post by Obie » Mon Apr 05, 2021 9:49 pm

I have not hard of an approval in a long British for British family members. It will be interesting to see a successful update.
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Re: EU3 Timeline for Non-Eu family Members of British Citizens

Post by BaboiDamo » Sat Apr 24, 2021 10:16 am

Non EU Family member of EU citizen - EU3 application.
Applied by post: 19 Mar 2020
Application Received: 20 Mar 2020
Email Acknowledgement: 14 Apr 2020 after emailing EUTR
Temporary Extension:
1st by email May 2020
2nd by post Sep 2020
3rd by email Mar 2021
No further documents requested
Decision pending

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Re: EU3 Timeline for Non-Eu family Members of British Citizens

Post by gg143 » Sat Apr 24, 2021 10:25 am

Applied by post - 04/01/21
Received by INIS - 05/01/21
Email sent to request for an acknowledgment/update - 21/04/21
Response of Acknowledgement/Update received - 22/04/21
Temporary Permission Sent by email - valid till 04/01/22 (I have to book an appointment to obtain permission)
Approval - Pending
Current WAP Valid till - 26/05/21
:)

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Re: EU3 Timeline for Non-Eu family Members of British Citizens

Post by immerso » Wed May 05, 2021 11:06 pm

Applied on 3 March 2020 By Email
Temporary Visa Email Received on 9 March 2020 Until Dec 2020
Another Extension in Dec 2020 Until September 2021
Approved on 5 May 2021

Letter stating that application was submitted before the end of the transition period your application is deemed to be an application for a permanent residence document made under Regulation 12 of the European Union (Withdrawal Agreement) ( Citizen Rights) regulation 2020. your application was examined under the provisions of the regulations and the relevant provisions of the regulations.

To obtain the Permanent residence document of a family member of a United Kingdom National (Stamp 4)

......

My question is the people who will apply online for registration for permanent residence card should they select Stamp 4 in Question 1.18 ( Permission Type for Renewal )
what should we select in 1.19 Do any of these sub-categories apply to you?

Thanks

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Re: EU3 Timeline for Non-Eu family Members of British Citizens

Post by Obie » Wed May 05, 2021 11:38 pm

That is wonderful. Congratulations. You are the first British citizen that I have seen a decision for in a while.

Is the option of Withdrawal agreement beneficiary card not on the list?
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Re: EU3 Timeline for Non-Eu family Members of British Citizens

Post by immerso » Thu May 06, 2021 2:22 am

Obie wrote:
Wed May 05, 2021 11:38 pm
That is wonderful. Congratulations. You are the first British citizen that I have seen a decision for in a while.

Is the option of Withdrawal agreement beneficiary card not on the list?
Thanks obie I believe so. yes there is an option for Withdrawal Agreement beneficiary Card , shall I select this option ?? in the letter they have clearly mentioned Stamp 4 but the next thing is under Withdrawal Agreement Citizen Rights

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Re: EU3 Timeline for Non-Eu family Members of British Citizens

Post by raja.brit » Thu May 06, 2021 7:29 am

immerso wrote:
Wed May 05, 2021 11:06 pm
Applied on 3 March 2020 By Email
Temporary Visa Email Received on 9 March 2020 Until Dec 2020
Another Extension in Dec 2020 Until September 2021
Approved on 5 May 2021

Letter stating that application was submitted before the end of the transition period your application is deemed to be an application for a permanent residence document made under Regulation 12 of the European Union (Withdrawal Agreement) ( Citizen Rights) regulation 2020. your application was examined under the provisions of the regulations and the relevant provisions of the regulations.

To obtain the Permanent residence document of a family member of a United Kingdom National (Stamp 4)

......

My question is the people who will apply online for registration for permanent residence card should they select Stamp 4 in Question 1.18 ( Permission Type for Renewal )
what should we select in 1.19 Do any of these sub-categories apply to you?

Thanks
Excellent news. Congrats.

My understanding is you can't do it online.

Have they given you any instructions in the letter to obtain Stamp 4?

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Re: EU3 Timeline for Non-Eu family Members of British Citizens

Post by immerso » Thu May 06, 2021 10:06 am

i am living in dublin and letter says we can apply online as well which option should i select in 1.18 and 1.19

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Re: EU3 Timeline for Non-Eu family Members of British Citizens

Post by raja.brit » Thu May 06, 2021 10:46 am

immerso wrote:
Thu May 06, 2021 10:06 am
i am living in dublin and letter says we can apply online as well which option should i select in 1.18 and 1.19
As far as I am aware, I have not come across option to apply online though one can only book appointment for Burg Quay office online which is closed as PR needs to obtained in person.

I would email Burg Quay Registration office to find out the process.

If you happen to find the actual procedure, please let us know.

All the best!

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Re: EU3 Timeline for Non-Eu family Members of British Citizens

Post by littlerr » Thu May 06, 2021 5:25 pm

If you live in Dublin, and you have a GNIB/IRP card before (regardless of what the basis of the card was), use the online renewal. You will not be allowed to renew in person in Burgh Quay.
If you live in Dublin but never had a GNIB/IRP card before, you would have to wait for Burgh Quay to reopen.

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Re: EU3 Timeline for Non-Eu family Members of British Citizens

Post by raja.brit » Thu May 06, 2021 9:24 pm

littlerr wrote:
Thu May 06, 2021 5:25 pm
If you live in Dublin, and you have a GNIB/IRP card before (regardless of what the basis of the card was), use the online renewal. You will not be allowed to renew in person in Burgh Quay.
If you live in Dublin but never had a GNIB/IRP card before, you would have to wait for Burgh Quay to reopen.
I just checked the online options and none of the options in 1.18 and 1.19 would apply to 'immerso' to renew online.

So I don't see how he could possibly renew it online.

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Re: EU3 Timeline for Non-Eu family Members of British Citizens

Post by littlerr » Thu May 06, 2021 10:40 pm

raja.brit wrote:
Thu May 06, 2021 9:24 pm
I just checked the online options and none of the options in 1.18 and 1.19 would apply to 'immerso' to renew online.

So I don't see how he could possibly renew it online.
obie has already replied here so I don't understand why you are still saying this.

It is crystal clear that the OP should select Withdrawal Agreement Beneficiary in question 1.18. There is no ambiguity whatsoever on this.

Also, just to stress this again, ALL non-EU nationals who had an IRP card previously and live in Dublin, REGARDLESS of how they obtained the card previously, MUST use the online renewal. There is NO option to renew in person.

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Re: EU3 Timeline for Non-Eu family Members of British Citizens

Post by raja.brit » Thu May 06, 2021 10:57 pm

littlerr wrote:
Thu May 06, 2021 10:40 pm
raja.brit wrote:
Thu May 06, 2021 9:24 pm
I just checked the online options and none of the options in 1.18 and 1.19 would apply to 'immerso' to renew online.

So I don't see how he could possibly renew it online.
obie has already replied here so I don't understand why you are still saying this.

It is crystal clear that the OP should select Withdrawal Agreement Beneficiary in question 1.18. There is no ambiguity whatsoever on this.

Also, just to stress this again, ALL non-EU nationals who had an IRP card previously and live in Dublin, REGARDLESS of how they obtained the card previously, MUST use the online renewal. There is NO option to renew in person.
Cheers @littlerr.

Well my understanding of Withdrawal Agreement Beneficiary option was different hence I replied coz I used the same option which was introduced for Card Exchange Program.

So @immerso, there you go. As you are the 1st person to renew online for a PR (Post Brexit) in this forum, do let us know how it goes.

Hope everyone else who are waiting gets their approval soon.

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Re: EU3 Timeline for Non-Eu family Members of British Citizens

Post by Obie » Fri May 07, 2021 6:29 am

Just to be clear every family member of British Citizen are issued the WABC, so that is the option to choose.

Those family members of British citizen who had permanent residency before brexit are also been issued a WABC.

The difference lies in the length of validity they will receive. If they have a passport with 10 years validity, they will receive 10 years or for a period consistent with the validity of their passport.
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Re: EU3 Timeline for Non-Eu family Members of British Citizens

Post by Sunflower35 » Fri May 07, 2021 10:07 am

Hi guys , hope someone can help.

A British citizen friend of mine got permanent residence card application approved recently for his dependents , took about 9 months.

Now the problem is that he submitted an application for naturalisation (minor)last year, about 6 months ago and sent off original passports for the minor and adult who have recently got their PRC applications approved.

And now without passports they can’t get their stamps from Garda station . He sent about 5 emails in the last 6 months requesting the return of passports and an acknowledgment letter but getting standard reply “ due to covid we can can only return passports if it’s a medical emergency “.

My friend did explain it to them in the last couple of emails that they need their passports to get stamp but got the same reply.

It’s been 6 months with no acknowledgment letter and no return of passports.

Any suggestions/ advice will be appreciated.

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Re: EU3 Timeline for Non-Eu family Members of British Citizens

Post by littlerr » Fri May 07, 2021 10:56 am

All permissions to remain in Ireland have been automatically extended to 20 Sept, so there should be no impact on their legal residences here.

Other than that, unfortunately the only thing you can do is to keep waiting. Some countries allow citizens to apply for a second passport in certain scenarios.

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Re: EU3 Timeline for Non-Eu family Members of British Citizens

Post by Sunflower35 » Fri May 07, 2021 11:38 am

Thanks littlerr, let’s hope that the wait is not going to be too long .

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Re: EU3 Timeline for Non-Eu family Members of British Citizens

Post by immerso » Fri May 07, 2021 1:33 pm

So the update is I applied it under Withdrawal Agreement this is the only section left for British Citizens Non EU Family Members where u do not have to pay any fee I select 1.18 Withdrawal Agreement and 1.19 Family member and dependent of EU Citizens

Today I got an email that my IRP card for 10 years is approved and will be with me in 7 to 10 working days.

My passport is only valid for 4 years so I believe I will only get a stamp for 4 years.

Naturalization Application is still pending after 18 months I am not sure getting Permanent Stamp will make any good Impact on that Application.

Thanks Everyone and wish all of u Good luck

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Re: EU3 Timeline for Non-Eu family Members of British Citizens

Post by raja.brit » Fri May 07, 2021 1:49 pm

immerso wrote:
Fri May 07, 2021 1:33 pm
So the update is I applied it under Withdrawal Agreement this is the only section left for British Citizens Non EU Family Members where u do not have to pay any fee I select 1.18 Withdrawal Agreement and 1.19 Family member and dependent of EU Citizens

Today I got an email that my IRP card for 10 years is approved and will be with me in 7 to 10 working days.

My passport is only valid for 4 years so I believe I will only get a stamp for 4 years.

Naturalization Application is still pending after 18 months I am not sure getting Permanent Stamp will make any good Impact on that Application.

Thanks Everyone and wish all of u Good luck
Thanks immerso. Appreciate your update. Glad all got sorted swiftly. All the best!!

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Re: EU3 Timeline for Non-Eu family Members of British Citizens

Post by immerso » Thu May 27, 2021 8:33 am

Hi Guys,

I got My Card and realized that its only valid until September 2021. I have dropped them an email its been 2 weeks now no reply.

I think we have to Apply for Stamp 4 i spoke to a solicitor they dont have any idea regarding this matter but according to the letter I have to Apply for stamp 4 this is what he suggested but on the same time I asked him that it should be free of cost and stamp 4 is not free you have to pay fee.

do anyone have any update

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Re: EU3 Timeline for Non-Eu family Members of British Citizens

Post by Obie » Thu May 27, 2021 8:37 am

What is your passport's validity?
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Re: EU3 Timeline for Non-Eu family Members of British Citizens

Post by immerso » Thu May 27, 2021 9:16 am

Obie its valid until 2024

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