EU Treaty Rights Simplified

EU Treaty Rights are rights for the citizens of the European Union. Treaty rights are also granted to members of the European Economic Area (EEA) as well as Ireland. Frequently, people asked questions about EU Treaty Rights to us to get clear knowledge of that. Lets take a look at just a few of those Q&A’s below

What type of application forms are there?

There are 5 application different forms. They are called EU 1, EU 2, EU 3, EU 4, and EU 5.

How long does it take for my decision to be made?

With the high volume of applications being made,  it can take up to 6 or 7 months for a decision to be made. Immigration issues very often take time to be processed. Once a decision is made, you will of course be informed in writing.

When can I get my passport or other documents back?

According to the new rules, you are advised to submit only photocopies of all  documents. These copies of original documents are needed in the decision making process.

Can My Case Be Prioritised?

Unfortunately, no. Applications are processed as they are received.

Can I Stay When My Application is Being Processed?

You might be able to, though INIS says that it is subject to the circumstances of each individual case and your passport’s validity. If you don’t provide enough documentation to support your application, you might not be allowed to stay.

To request an update to the progress of an immigration application, you can simply email: eutreatyrights@justice.ie quoting your Application ID number and your INIS Person ID.

These are just a few of the FAQ’s regarding EU Treaty Rights. We hope this content is of some help in order to give you an idea about EU Treaty Rights.