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Sorry to be extra careful, but let me check with an example.dsab85 wrote:According to immigration that's correct. You are only entitled to work from the day you receive the residence permit (Stamp 4).
I guess since a bunch of us got refusal letters today, we can get started on the lawsuit together since it would help to share the legal costs.brownbonno wrote:Directive,
The Irish government are very careful in their choice of words on the net.
It is a breach of the EC law not to allow a Non spouse of an EU citizen to work until the EU1 application is approved. Directive 1612/68/EEC is very explicit on working rights.
Any non EU spouse of an EU citizen with a correspondence from the DoJ with a "not allowed to work" statement can actually sue for lose of earnings