Irish Immigration Lawyers Association
Who we are
The Irish Immigration Lawyers Association (IILA) is an association of fully qualified Immigration Solicitors who are registered to practice with the Incorporated Law Society of Ireland.
The IILA was founded in 2021 by a group of solicitors who specialise in Immigration law. The Association exists in order to promote and improve advice and representation in immigration, citizenship , asylum and EU Free Movement of Persons Law by providing a programme of training and sharing information, research and opinions that draw on the experiences of our members.
What we do
The IILA provides a forum for Solicitors and their staff who practice or possess expertise in the area of immigration law or who wish to develop such practice or expertise.
We specialise in all areas of Irish Immigration and Asylum Law and EU Free Movement of Persons Regulations. Irish Immigration Law covers a vast array of areas within which the members of the IILA specialise.
Those areas include the following:
EU Treaty Applications
All types of Irish Visa Applications
All types of Irish Residence Applications
Undocumented Migrants Applications
Start-up Entrepreneur Scheme Applications and Investor Visas
Change of Immigration Status Applications
Judicial Review in the areas of Immigration and Asylum
Minister of Religion permission
Stamp 0 Applications
Applications for non-EEA Nationals of UK Citizens.
Revocation of Deportation Order Applications
International Protection Applications
The aims of the IILA:
To provide to its members up to date and relevant continuing professional development seminars, and provide a shared knowledge forum to better inform our members of updates in all areas of immigration and asylum law.
To advise our members on matters relating to the development, application and practice of Immigration law.
To review and promote improvements in Immigration and Asylum law, practice and procedure.
To liaise with the Department of Justice and other relevant departments in respect of proposed legislation and current or proposed changes to practice and procedures.
To liaise and advocate on behalf of its members with the Courts Services and Chief State Solicitors Office when issues arise in the practices of the asylum and immigration Court.
To liaise with the Immigration, Asylum and Citizenship Bar Association on issues of mutual concern.
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