Apart from handing me the print out of the letter they said they sent me, they also gave me this paper which reads:Obie wrote: ↑Thu Jan 16, 2020 5:26 pmThe factors in regulation 8(5)(c) is non-exhaustive, and could cover wide range of scenerio.Regulation 8 Provides wrote:
Validity of residence card
8. (1) The period of validity of a residence card issued under Regulation 7 shall be equivalent to the envisaged period of residence in the State of the Union citizen in respect of whom the recipient of the card is a family member, or 5 years from the date of issue of the card, whichever is the lesser period.
(2) Subject to paragraph (3), the Minister shall revoke a residence card issued under Regulation 7 if the holder of the residence card is no longer entitled to remain in the State under these Regulations.
(3) Before making a decision to revoke a residence card under paragraph (2), the Minister shall—
(a) send the holder of the card a notification in writing, in a language that he or she may reasonably be expected to understand, informing him or her of his or her proposal and giving the person an opportunity to make representations in writing to the Minister, which shall include the particulars specified in Schedule 4, within 15 working days of the date of issue of the notification, and
(b) consider any representations which have been made in accordance with subparagraph (a) by the holder of the card.
(4) The holder of a residence card shall, where a removal order is made in respect of him or her, surrender the residence card to the Minister.
(5) The validity of a residence card shall not be affected by any of the following on the part of the recipient of the card:
(a) temporary absences not exceeding 6 months in a 12 month period;
(b) absences of a duration longer than 6 months in a 12 month period for compulsory military service;
(c) one absence of a maximum of 12 consecutive months for important reasons such as pregnancy and childbirth, serious illness, study or vocational training, or a posting in a Member State or a third country.
Your views on justification may well be pre-mature, without all the fact and circumstances surrounding the revocation.
This is to inform the person to whom this notice is addressed and he is being refused permission to land in accordance with the provisions of the immigration Act 2004 on the following grounds:
(e) that the non-national, not being exempt, by virtue of an order under section 17, from the requirement to have an Irish visa, is not the holder of a valid Irish visa;