The Burgh Quay Registration Office will reopen for non-nationals who are registering for their first immigration permission on Monday 10th May 2021.
In the notice published on the 6th May 2021, INIS stated that the office will be in contact with applicants whose appointments were cancelled due to the closures in line with the level 5 restrictions.
It is intended that these cancelled appointments will be rescheduled as quickly as possible.
Applicants in the Dublin region who wish to register for their first immigration permission can book an appointment at:
For those located outside of Dublin, applications are processed by the Garda National Immigration Bureau. Contact details for these offices can be found here:
The reopening now means that those who have been granted residence permission can apply for an Irish Residence Permit and will have evidence of their right to reside and work.
This is very welcome news for our clients who have been facing practical difficulties due to the closures.
The full announcement can be found at:
Berkeley Solicitors advises all our clients who have received their first residence permission approval since the closure of Burgh Quay on the 23rd December 2020 to immediately apply for an appointment to register.