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Immigration Updates – South Africa and Brazil

Immigration Updates – South Africa and Brazil

On the 26 January 2021, the Irish Government have introduced Visa requirements for South African passport holders and some South American countries including Brazil. Not all details have been made available for the South American countries at this time.From the 28th...

Important Updates from Ireland, COVID-19

Important Updates from Ireland, COVID-19

Dublin, Ireland, Jan. 27, 2021: The Irish Government has announced an extension of the current Level 5 Covid19 restrictions until March 5, 2021. The government is also working to introduce further measures to curtail nonessential travel into the State. However,...

Important Travel Information

Important Travel Information

All passengers arriving into Ireland will have to provide a negative Covid-19 test prior to departure from this Saturday, 16 January. The negative test must be taken within 72 hours prior to arrival in Ireland. Arrivals from Britain and South Africa had already been...

Last covid-19 Update of 2020

Last covid-19 Update of 2020

DUBLIN, Ireland, Thursday, December 31st: The Irish government has announced that the entire island of Ireland (excluding the 6 counties of Northern Ireland which are under UK jurisdiction) will move back to Level 5 of ‘Resilience and Recovery 2020-2021: Plan for...

Immigration Update

Immigration Update

HelloThis is the latest in a series of Immigration updates regularly published by CCR. Recent updates have focused on Immigration updates in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic. Irish Residence Permissions: The Immigration Naturalisation Immigration Service (INIS),...

Irish Immigration Update

Irish Immigration Update

Dublin. December 2nd, 2020 Hello. This is the latest in a series of Immigration updates regularly published by Corporate Care Relocation. Recent updates have focused on Immigration updates in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic. Irish Residence Permits Irish...

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