The Irish Government has issued guidelines for people wishing to stay in a host country after their country’s elections.
In the case of an extended stay, the country can issue you a passport or visa and give you a visa and passport.
The Government is concerned about people who are staying for more than three months who may not be eligible for an extended visa.
The guidelines are aimed at those who are not entitled to an extended temporary visa but may be eligible to a temporary visa.
“The Government recognises that the circumstances of those staying in other countries may vary from the circumstances in Ireland,” Minister for Foreign Affairs Charlie Flanagan said.
“However, the Government recognisably recognises the fact that in this particular case there is a significant number of people who will not be entitled to a visa, so it is necessary to ensure that they are able to continue their journey and are given the appropriate opportunity to apply for an extension.”
In the meantime, the Minister has instructed the Department of Foreign Affairs to provide a brief to each country that has issued an extendedstay visa that contains specific information on what you need to do in order to stay and ensure that you have all the information that you need in order for you to be able to apply.
“The Government says a host nation must provide all information to it and the Government will be sending a package to all of the countries where extended stays have been issued to make sure they have all information.
The Department of Home Affairs has also issued guidelines to help those seeking to stay longer.
The guidelines state that if a country has extended its stay from one year to more than four months, it must provide you with all information it has to support your application for an additional stay of more than two months.
The Government has also instructed the Home Affairs Minister to provide you a short written explanation of what is required of you to qualify for an extra stay.
The document must include:1.
Any reasons why you may not have sufficient information to determine whether you qualify for a visa;2.
Your reasons for not being able to stay for longer than three or four months and your reasons for being unable to stay beyond three or three and a half months;3.
Any details about your accommodation, health, and other personal needs;4.
A brief statement on how you may apply for a further extension, if you are able and wish to apply, and an assessment of the need for an application;5.
Any relevant legislation that requires you to obtain a visa or visa extension.6.
Any other information that will help you make an informed decision about your options and to understand the reasons for your decisions.