Can I work in Ireland if I am married to an EU citizen?

Can EU spouse work in Ireland?

Your partner is not entitled to work in Ireland until they have a Stamp 4. Crosscare Migrant Project has information about what your spouse or civil partner should do if they are not issued with a Stamp 4 at registration (pdf) .

Can a spouse of EU citizen work in EU?

For most married European citizens it is simple: the European Union generally allows non-EU spouses of citizens to live and work anywhere in its jurisdiction if they accompany their EU citizen partner. All you need to do is register your marriage, and the wheels of bureaucracy should start turning.

Can a family member of EU citizen work in Ireland?

Your family

Your EU, EEA, UK or Swiss citizen family members can reside with you in Ireland. If you have family members that are from outside the EU, EEA, UK or Switzerland, they must apply for residence.

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Can I work in Ireland if I am married to an Irish citizen?

If you are married to, or in a civil partnership with, an Irish national you may be given permission to live in Ireland with your spouse/partner. If you are given permission on this basis you will be allowed to live and work in Ireland without the requirement for an employment permit.

Can an EU citizen work in any EU country?

If you are a citizen of the European Union (EU), you have the right to live and work in any other EU country. In general, you and your dependents cannot be refused permission to land in another EU country. You may need a valid identity card or passport.

Can a non EU citizen work in Ireland?

You have to apply for an employment permit to work in Ireland. Non EEA citizens who already live in Ireland and have certain types of immigration permission can work without an employment permit. You also might not need an employment permit if you are joining your family in Ireland.

Do spouses of EU citizens have the right to work?

If they wish to, your spouse and children also have the right to work without restriction in your country of employment. Your children have an equal right to access education as that country’s nationals and the right to benefit from the same education rights.

How long can a spouse of an EU citizen stay in EU?

If you are wondering how long can an EU citizen stay in Schengen area, the answer is—indefinitely. Spouses of EU citizens who lack residency typically are limited to 90-day stays in the Schengen area.

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Can spouses of EU citizens stay beyond 90 days?

Beyond these 90 days, the non-EU spouses of EU nationals can stay on without a visa, but need to apply for a residency card in order to be able to spend prolonged periods of time in France (note that the formalities are different if coming to stay with a French partner, as opposed to one of another EU nationality).

Can my spouse work in Ireland?

The Irish Dependent/Partner/Spouse Employment Permit allows the family members of certain Irish work permit holders to live and work in Ireland. A spouse or de facto partner will be granted permission when they register with the Irish Naturalisation and Immigration Service (INIS).

Can I become an Irish citizen through marriage?

You may be entitled to Irish citizenship through marriage (or civil partnership) if you have been married to your Irish spouse for three years and hold at least three years of reckonable residence in Ireland.

Can I apply for Irish passport if my wife is Irish?

The spouse or civil partner of an Irish citizen may apply for Irish citizenship through naturalisation after three years of marriage/civil partnership plus three years residence on the island of Ireland.

Can we work on spouse visa in Ireland?

Your family member must apply for an employment permit to work. They cannot apply for a Dependent/Spouse/Partner Employment Permit. Instead, they must apply for another category of employment permit.