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Irish officials announced that, effective Nov. 30, certain applicants for a Stamp 4 immigration permission will no longer be required to obtain a letter of support from the Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment.
Background: Nationals wanting to stay in Ireland for more than 90 days ordinarily need to get immigration permission and an employment permit. Stamp 4 grants authorization to stay for a specified period as well as work and residence privileges without the requirement to hold a separate employment permit.
BAL Analysis: The recent development eliminates the requirement to submit a separate Stamp 4 support letter application to DETE. This change should simplify the process and potentially lead to a more streamlined application for Stamp 4 permission.
This alert has been provided by the BAL Global Practice Group.
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