December 13, 2022
Ireland's immigration authorities announce travel, work and residence exemptions for non-EEA nationals holding expired Irish Residence Permits
The Irish immigration authorities recently announced that effective December 9, non-EEA nationals who hold expired Irish Residence Permits (IRPs) and submitted applications to renew their permits prior to their expiry may use their expired permits to travel to Ireland until January 31, 2023. They also recently announced that, until further notice, individuals may reside and work in Ireland for up to eight weeks using their expired permits, provided they submitted a renewal application prior to their permits' expiry.
A Tax Alert prepared by EY's People Advisory Services group, and attached below, provides additional details.
Full text of Tax Alert