- The Ireland Domestic Residence and Permissions division introduced application forms for Extension of Student Conditions in the country as of 12 September 2023
The government of Ireland’s Domestic Residence and Permissions Division (DRP) introduced application forms for the Extension of Student Conditions in the country as of 12 September 2023.
- Non-EEA national students should note that the Student Pathway sets out the immigration route for non-EEA national students.
- Foreign nationals who have been refused registration at their local immigration office and who believe they have exceptional circumstances can apply to DRP for an extension of their student permission using this application form.
The application form will contain four sections, with requirements for non-EEA students to provide personal details such as their name, date of birth, passport details or other travel documents, along with a section explaining that students’ academic background history and reason for previous refusal.
What are the Changes?
The government of Ireland introduced a new application form for non-EEA students to complete the extension of student conditions.
Envoy Global can assist clients with these services and more. Continue to check the government of Ireland’s website and Envoy’s website for the latest updates and information.
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