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الأحد، 30 ديسمبر، 2007

المحكمة العليا تقضي بالغاء تاشيرات خمسة اباء وامهات لاولاد ولدوا في ايرلندا


المحكمة العليا تقضي بالغاء تاشيرات خمسة اباء وامهات لاولاد ولدوا في ايرلندا
http://www.rte.ie/news/2007/1220/immigration.html - Supreme Court overturns immigration rulingThursday, 20 December 2007 14:22The Supreme Court has ruled that the Minister for Justice Equality and Law Reform was correct to refuse permission for the foreign parents of five Irish born children to remain in the State.The decision has implications for more than 1,000 other cases.Earlier this year the High Court quashed the decision of the Minister for Justice to refuse applications from the foreign parents of a number of children born in Ireland to remain here.The parents made the applications under the Irish Born Child scheme, which ran from January to March 2005.It was introduced after a previous Supreme Court decision that foreign parents of Irish born children did not have an automatic entitlement to remain in the State with the child.Just under 18,000 people applied under the scheme. Almost 17,000 applications were granted and more than 1,000 were refused. The High Court had ruled that the Minister had to consider the constitutional and European convention rights of the Irish born children under the scheme. The Minister appealed and the Supreme Court overturned that ruling. It said the scheme was established to deal administratively with a unique group of foreign nationals in a generous manner. The Court ruled that the rights of those refused under the scheme would be considered by the Minister in the course of making deportation orders.Parents affected by today's decision have expressed disappointment.______________________http://www.breakingnews.ie/ - Supreme Court rules for Minister in Irish-born children case 20/12/2007 - 11:16:00The Supreme Court has overturned a High Court ruling which found that the Minister for Justice had unlawfully breachedthe rights of several Irish-born children by refusing their parents applications to remain here under the Irish Born Child Scheme.The decision related to non-Irish-national parents of children born here before January 1 2005 but this outcome is said to have implications for hundreds of cases.The Minister appealed last year's High Court decision and today the Supreme Court found that he had acted within the terms of the scheme.It found that in the cases of the five people who applied under the scheme they did not meet the criteria set out.These include making the application within a specified timeframe, a requirement of continuous residence and not being involved in criminal activity.____________Thursday December 20, 2007.Sent By Nadett Foley

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