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News for EUFAM Stamp Holders of British Citizens After 29th March 2019 in case of No-Deal

Post by raja.brit » Thu Mar 14, 2019 11:10 am

http://www.inis.gov.ie/en/INIS/Pages/in ... aty-rights



If your application is still being processed - At this stage, no specific action is required from you if your application is being processed.


If you are the holder of a valid Stamp 4 EUFam card - As a person who is currently entitled to avail of the European Communities (Free Movement of Persons) Regulations 2015, you should have no concerns regarding your continued residence in Ireland after the 29 March 2019. In a no-deal scenario you will no longer be subject to the provisions of the Free Movement Directive and the exercise of EU Treaty rights and entitlements. However, arrangements are being put in place for non-EU/EEA family members of UK citizens who have been exercising Free Movement rights here up to 29 March 2019 to facilitate their transfer under domestic immigration arrangements to provide for their continued residence in the State. Insofar as possible, the objective is to retain similar rights to those that you would have enjoyed as a family member of an EU national including access to the labour market.

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Re: News for EUFAM Stamp Holders of British Citizens After 29th March 2019 in case of No-Deal

Post by Obie » Fri May 03, 2019 8:51 pm

I believe this thread need to be kept active until one sees how this Brexit chaos unfolds.

I know the department issued another press release after the 12 April Potential crash out.

Until this brexit issue is resolved this thread needs to be kept active, as there a significant about of British Citizens in Ireland exercising treaty rights, and this matter is likely to have effect on them.

I sent a letter to the department asking how they propose to deal with non EU family member with Permanent Residence, who were once dependent on British Citizens, logically those categories should not be affected by brexit, but we will see.
After thinking long and hard, I have come to the conclusion that brexit is a cancer. The only good brexit is a dead brexit.

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