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    Enter the name for this tabbed section: Post Brexit update
    The consequences of the UK Brexit referendum being passed will eventually make significant changes to the way which UK nationals can presently move to Ireland or other EU countries with their families.The withdrawal of the UK from the EU will not take place quickly. In plain terms the UK has decided to divorce itself from the EU but the divorce is not final yet. This disengagement process from the EU began with an Article 50 notification to the European Commission. Prime Minister Theresa May triggered Article 50 shortly before 12:30pm on March 29 2017. The March 29th 2019 deadline came and went and no Brexit took place. Unfortunately no one can quite tell when Brexit will be finalised, if ever. The revised deadline is now the 31st of October 2019 although it could be earlier if the UK Parliament can approve the Agreement already negotiated between the UK and the EU. The most important thing to remember however is that until it happens all EU Treaty rights would appear to remain intact.
    Enter the name for this tabbed section: New EU applications
    Yes there is still time to make new applications under EU Law. The UK is still a member of the EU and will be for some time before it finally disengages. It is still possible to submit new EU Free Movement residency or Visa applications whilst the UK remains a member of the EU.
    Enter the name for this tabbed section: Existing EUFam4 permissions
    International law including the Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties may grant protection for citizens who have acquired rights when they came to Ireland under EU Treaty Rights. This means people who have already been granted EU Free Movement permissions (EUFam4 stamp) would be entitled to remain in the State as though the UK were still in the EU. The UK is still a member of the EU and will be for some time before it finally leaves. Some persons might even qualify to be Irish citizens through naturalisation before the UK completely disengages from the EU.
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