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I wouldnt give up on the idea that u wont get to the next ceremony considering they are having them over the 2 days and normally they would have 2 ceremonies per day it should clear a good bit of the backlog!!A lady in inis told me that because of the delay I wouldnt be considered for the december ceremony but there would be a strong possibility of me attending the next 1!! So I'm hopefulSalixruns wrote: ↑Tue Jan 14, 2020 3:58 pmI submitted my application in Sept 2018 and just got my letter January 9th in the post asking for the €950 and passport photos. My husband applied at the same time as me but moved through the process much faster and was approved before the ceremonies were suspended. He became a citizen in the December ceremony.
I'm hoping this means I'll be in the March ceremonies but I'm not that optimistic given the huge back log of people who paid their fees long ago.
What do you think?
Welcome.Salixruns wrote: ↑Tue Jan 14, 2020 5:32 pmDoes anyone know what happens if you can't make a ceremony date? Just realising if I was in fact invited to the March 2 or 3 ones that my husband is out of the country making it a little complicated to get to Kerry for the day with the kids at home etc since kids cannot attend the ceremony.
Do you go to the bottom of the waitlist or would you be in line for the next ceremony? Anyone have any guesses on this?
* I apologise also if this is the wrong place to ask. I only just discovered these boards.
Sorry, yes. Why though? Because the elections will happen before new citizens can get a chance to vote?atc wrote: ↑Tue Jan 14, 2020 10:55 pm
That's great! Did u post a timeline anywhere ? It may be useful to others to compare. Hopefully means I'll hear something soon about mine