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Can You See Me Now? Photographic Exhibition – August 2017

Can You See Me Now? is a collaboration between Justice for the Undocumented (JFU) and award-winning photographer Liam Murphy – an exhibition of beautiful portraits of undocumented migrants, the first of its kind in Ireland. For the series, undocumented migrants
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Au Pair Breakfast Forum: 30th July 2017

Are you working as an au pair in Ireland? Do you know that au pairs have rights as workers? Do you know where to get help in case of mistreatment? Do you know your rights? We want to reinforce au
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We’re moving!

37 Dame Street has been sold, so we’ve had to find ourselves a new home – and fortunately we’ve found a really great place! From Monday 24th July, Migrant Rights Centre Ireland will be based at 28 North Great George’s Street
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Update on De Facto Relationship Permission to Remain in Ireland

The Irish Immigration and Naturalisation Service have recently introduced an application system for couples wishing to apply for permission to remain in Ireland under de facto relationship scheme. Please find below a link to the application for Immigration Permission for a De Facto Partner: http://www.inis.gov.ie/en/INIS/defacto-app-form.pdf/Files/defacto-app-form.pdf To find more
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Re Form EU1A- Application to be treated as a permitted family member of a Union citizen

Than new Form EU1A, along with an explanatory leaflet, is available now on the Irish Naturalisation Service(INIS) website. All applications submitted from Monday 12th June 2017 must be submitted on this form. Please refer to the EU Treaty Rights webpage at
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