The Department of Justice and Equality will publish updates relevant to the Immigration Service Delivery Function which address the significant challenges brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic on this page.  For the current health advice, including information on self-isolation requirements on arrival in Ireland, please visit the Irish Health Service COVID-19 Advice Page.

Impact of COVID-19 | Frequently Asked Questions
27 April 2020 (FAQ document updated 23 June 2020)

A new Frequently Asked Questions document about the impact of COVID-19 on Immigration and International Protection has also been published. You can read more here...


New Online Registration Renewal System for non-EEA students based in Dublin
23 June 2020

A new online Registration Renewal System for non-EEA national students based in Dublin was launched by the Minister for Justice and Equality, Charlie Flanagan, TD, on 22 June, 2020.  

Students wishing to renew their registration will complete their renewal online without having to book an appointment or personally attend the registration office.  The service will be made available to all categories of non-EEA national students residing in the Dublin area, who are eligible for renewal of their permission to reside in Ireland.

Students seeking to renew their permission will now complete the application form online via the following link https://inisonline.jahs.ie, upload copies of supporting documents online, pay the applicable fee and then submit their passport and current IRP card via registered post.  Documents will be checked and, if approved, the passport will be stamped and returned by registered post and an IRP card issued by express post.

For further information, see www.inis.gov.ie

Over 20 doctors, and other healthcare professionals, from around the world, but living and working in Ireland, have voiced the video messages for this new Covid-19 World Service Initiative aimed at providing up-to-date and accurate public health information to migrants living in Ireland. 

This page will be updated regularly with new videos. 

The information videos are in Arabic, Bengali, Bulgarian, Catalan, Croatian, Czech, English, Hindi, Kurdish, Macedonian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Serbian, Spanish, Urdu and Yoruba

Video 1:  General advice on how to prevent the contraction and spread of the virus.

Video 2: Information on self-isolation, what to do if you test positive for Covid 19 or are a contact of someone who has.

These video’s can be accessed at either of the following links, keep a watch on the page for further videos.

http://www.neic.ie/news/covid-19-world-service

https://www.hse.ie/eng/about/who/primarycare/socialinclusion/intercultural-health/video-s-in-various-languages.html

 

Phone companies have made consumer commitments in relation to Covid-19 – what do they mean for you?

During the Covid-19 pandemic many people have been using technology to stay in touch with friends and loved ones. For those who are using their phones more now for video calls and WhatsApp or for accessing the internet, Clare Covid-19 Response Team wants people to check they are on the appropriate plan with their provider to avoid high or unexpected bills.

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