If you have withdrawn from the asylum process or have been refused refugee status and subsidiary protection, you may apply for leave to remain on humanitarian grounds. The majority of those who withdraw from the asylum process are those who marry or enter into a civil partnership with an Irish/EU citizen.

Leave to remain applications are granted at the discretion of the Minister for Justice who may allow the application on humanitarian grounds which will be different for each individual case.

A leave to remain application may be quite complex and may involve lengthy legal submissions, it is therefore advisable to seek legal advise before submitting your leave to remain application.

If you require advice regarding a leave to remain application or if you have a general immigration law query; contact us to arrange a consultation.

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