EU/EEA passport holders and South African family members Immigration information for South Africans moving, immigrating, visiting or working in the Republic of Ireland
How the EU treaty process works:
Information on the process - A summary of the EU Treaty process
4 routes of the EU Treaty - Choosing between the 4 types of the EU Treaty application: Employed, Self-emplyed, Self-Sufficient or Study
For a deeper look at Dependants under the EU Treaty - Who qualifies as your dependant and what proof do you need?
Summary of the EU Directive (EU Treaty) - The EU law that covers this move and a print off for your travel for airlines and airport staff
Starting a Business in Ireland - For the EU member or their spouse/partner to go self-employed
How to do the paperwork for the EU treaty process:
Mock-up of the EUTR1 form- Qualifying Members - How to fill in the form
Mock-up of the EUTR1A form- Permitted Members - How to fill in the form
What to do, when, on the EU Treaty Process
EU treaty step by step once you are in Ireland - A summary of the Steps as they play out from day1 to 5 years later
Register at Garda Immigration - How to register at Garda Immigration and Renewals of Residency stamps
Special Dependancy Applications under the EU treaty process:
Bringing non EU parents with under EU Treaty - Specific information on who and what proof is required for an elderly relative
De Facto (unmarried) Partners and proofs required under EU Treaty - Paperwork needed to prove 2 year relationship and living together for non-married couples
Change of Circumstances once you are in Ireland:
Change of Circumstances - The "what if" the relationship status or some changes with the EU member
Permanent Residence and Naturalisation:
Permanent Residence and Naturalisation - How this works and how to prepare yourself from day 1 for five years time
British Sponsor exercising EU Treaty rights in Ireland, Prior to Brexit.
Their Dependants fall under EU Treaty
#MapMyMove- Our coaching Service - Confused or lost and need some direction?