adamson wrote: ↑
Thu Jul 05, 2018 9:23 am
Need help please ?
Hello I have question here
Does they need certified copy of my eu spouse passport?
Can u just have scanned of the document they need and print them off or it need to be sent by post?
Can you plz explain how the invitation letter should look like?
Regarding the travel insurance how long does in need to be ?
Is that problem if I book on way ticket as planing to live there while I am applying for the embbasy and travelling or return ticket better?
also we got place to live in ireland can I apply or my wife need job first?
What can I do while I am there can I work or I need to wait till I get eu resident card?
What document do I need to apply while I there and when can I apply?
Thank you very much MichaelTN it's so many to ask and I really appreciate your time
Ok you don't have permission to read Private Messages Adamson, read below;
- I believe it depends where its being sent to, my wife is from Azerbaijan and she sent all supporting documentation to the Embassy in Ankara via VFS Baku (company/building in Baku, Azerbaijan) My wife sent her original passports, no copies. My passport was a copy (British)
- There's lots of examples of invitation letters around the internet, just have a quick Google for Invitation Letter Irish C Visa Example
(If you still need help, pass me your email and I'll send you mine)
- Travel Insurance needs to be for the whole 3 months (This is what I was told and I did)
- I don't understand the travel question sorry! I bought my wife a one-way ticket to Ireland, no return.
- If you have a place to live in Ireland that's fine, do either you or your wife work in Ireland?
- You can't work until you get Temporary Residence Card, my wife just received hers, you get it when you apply for the EU Card after some weeks.
- You can apply whenever you get to Ireland, just bring proof of marriage documents that are translated, along with all passports & other supporting evidence - you can find the EU1 Form online to see what documents are needed when you are in Ireland.