The Minister for Justice has today announced the further temporary extension of immigration permissions which were due to expire between 20th July 2020 and 20th August 2020.
The announcement has confirmed that this applies to permissions who have already been extended since the 20th March.
The temporary extension will apply for a period of one month with the Minister stating:
“I want to reassure people whose immigration permissions are due to expire shortly that your legal status in the country will continue to be maintained.
“If your immigration or international protection permission will expire between 20 July 2020 and 20 August 2020, I am granting a further automatic renewal for one month. Again, this renewal is on the same basis as your existing permission, and the same conditions will continue to apply.
“It is intended this will be the final temporary extension of immigration permission, however we will continue to keep the situation under active review as matters evolve in our national response to the COVID-19 pandemic.”
The announcement today has also confirmed that the Burgh Quay Registration Office in Dublin will reopen on the 20th July 2020 for first time registrations on an appointment only basis.
Unfortunately, no clarity has been provided yet for the opening of registration offices outside of Dublin which are operated by An Garda Síochána, but advice is given to contact your local office directly.
The notice can be read in full here.