Stephen Kirwan, an associate solicitor at the law firm KOD Lyons, says that for citizenship-processing delays, he’d usually suggest the judicial review route if an applicant has been waiting for two years or more.
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Stephen Kirwan of KOD Lyons speaks to the Ireland Chinese Journal about some of the latest developments in immigration lawexsite_ravi2021-11-02T14:16:55+00:00
Stephen Kirwan of KOD Lyons speaks to the Ireland Chinese Journal about some of the latest developments in immigration law
Ireland operates a managed employment permit system through occupation lists, namely the critical skills and ineligible occupation lists, which are reviewed twice a year to ensure their ongoing relevance...
In this short excerpt, Immigration Attorney Parviz Malakouti interviews Irish Solicitor Stephen Kirwan of KOD Lyons about Irish citizenship by DESCENT and Irish citizenship by ASSOCIATIONS.
The 18th of September 2021 marked one year since the death of US Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg. Throughout her career on the bench of the US Supreme Court,
Ciaran Craven SC, instructed by KOD Lyons solicitors, for the parents, said the 17-year-old has been in the hospital since she was removed from a relief centre in August.
Direct Provision Policy – Stephen Kirwan of KOD Lyons Solicitors before the Joint Oireachtas Committeeexsite_ravi2021-09-27T12:26:28+01:00
Stephen Kirwan before the Joint Oireachtas Committee on Public Petitions on behalf of the Law Society’s Human Rights Committee to discuss Direct Provision Policy
At the end of District Court proceedings, the Court sometimes has the option to strike a case out with an obligation to make a charitable donation or can choose to give a defendant the benefit
Legal Executive- Immigration and International Law Team KOD Lyons Solicitors KOD Lyons is a leading public interest and human rights law practise based in Dublin. They are seeking a Legal Executive to join their growing
Over the past number years, e-vehicles have grown in popularity in Ireland with many people seeing them as an environmentally friendly commuter alternative to cars and public transport. However, despite their growing popularity, many may