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It’s a very long 2 page letter, the first line says granted temporary permission to remain in the state, on stamp 4 conditions, for 12 months. The second page asks him to register at GNIB, and then GNIB will issue a certificate of registration and together with this letter will show which stamp you have received. It also says he can now work without a work permit due to the grant of the stamp 4 and the conditions that come with it. I’m still confused if that means the application is still pending or if it’s done, but I guess we’ll see at GNIB.Waitingonstamp4 wrote: ↑Wed Mar 13, 2019 10:32 pmDid it say specifically he had “permission to remain in the state under stamp 4 conditions”
Or did it say “permission to remain in the state”.
The latter is what it said on our letter when we got our confirmation letter along with our original documents back.
By the way they return your original documents because they take photocopies of them - they may ask you to resubmit them in due time.
Yup! We actually sent the old one first but then they sent our application back and we sent it again with this one.Waitingonstamp4 wrote: ↑Thu Mar 14, 2019 7:50 amCongratulations! That’s great news!
Was this the application you sent in?
http://www.inis.gov.ie/en/INIS/form-RES ... m-RES6.pdf