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vergil901
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Travel with family to Ireland on critical skills permit

Post by vergil901 » Tue Jun 22, 2021 1:02 pm

Hi,

If I have been granted a critical skills work permit and I am planning to apply for long term visa for employment in Ireland, is there any visa for my family/spouse/kids which I can apply for them along with my work visa so that I can travel along with my family from day 1? Or there is no way to take family with you from day 1 and I have to travel solo and apply for family join visa after few months after working in Ireland? Please confirm.

Thanks,
Umer

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Re: Travel with family to Ireland on critical skills permit

Post by littlerr » Tue Jun 22, 2021 3:08 pm

Yes your family can apply the visa with you together.

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Re: Travel with family to Ireland on critical skills permit

Post by vergil901 » Tue Jul 06, 2021 2:44 pm

Hello littlerr,

Which visa would be required by my family to apply? Can you confirm or share some more details?

Thanks,
Umer

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Re: Travel with family to Ireland on critical skills permit

Post by littlerr » Tue Jul 06, 2021 3:18 pm

There should be no ambiguity in it. If you go to the visa application page, there's only 1 type of visa that you can select.

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Re: Travel with family to Ireland on critical skills permit

Post by vergil901 » Tue Jul 06, 2021 4:34 pm

So this is what I should apply.
What is the reason for travel? Employment
What type of Visa/Preclearance are you applying for? Long Stay (D)
Journey Type: Single or Multiple

And this is what I should apply for my spouse n kids along with my application and submit the case together?
What is the reason for travel? Employment
What type of Visa/Preclearance are you applying for? Join Family (Non-EEA nat.)(spouse)
Journey Type: Single or Multiple

Please advise.

Thanks,
Umer

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Re: Travel with family to Ireland on critical skills permit

Post by littlerr » Tue Jul 06, 2021 4:44 pm

vergil901 wrote:
Tue Jul 06, 2021 4:34 pm
And this is what I should apply for my spouse n kids along with my application and submit the case together?
What is the reason for travel? Employment
What type of Visa/Preclearance are you applying for? Join Family (Non-EEA nat.)(spouse)
Journey Type: Single or Multiple
As per my previous comment, the reason for travel is Join Family and the type of visa is D.

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Re: Travel with family to Ireland on critical skills permit

Post by vergil901 » Tue Jul 06, 2021 5:28 pm

Thanks, Corrected below. So are there chances for rejection if we apply together?

My application:
What is the reason for travel? Employment
What type of Visa/Preclearance are you applying for? Long Stay (D)
Journey Type: Single or Multiple

And this is what I should apply for my spouse n kids along with my application and submit the case together?
What is the reason for travel? Join Family (Non-EEA) other
What type of Visa/Preclearance are you applying for? Long Stay (D)
Journey Type: Single or Multiple

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Re: Travel with family to Ireland on critical skills permit

Post by littlerr » Tue Jul 06, 2021 5:31 pm

This is too general a question to be answered. Any application has a chance to be rejected. Whether applying together or separately does not increase or decrease that risk. You just have to make sure you have all documents required for either application.

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