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S.I. No.664 of 2016: International Protection Act (Permission to Remain) Regulations 2016

S.I. No.664 of 2016

These Regulations prescribed five days as the period within which a person whose protection appeal has been refused by the International Protection Appeals Tribunal may apply to the Minister for a review of the refusal of humanitarian leave to remain for the purposes of section 49(9) of the International Protection Act 2015.

S.I. No.664 of 2016

These Regulations prescribed five days as the period within which a person whose protection appeal has been refused by the International Protection Appeals Tribunal may apply to the Minister for a review of the refusal of humanitarian leave to remain for the purposes of section 49(9) of the International Protection Act 2015.S.I. No.664 of 2016

Date: 31 December 2016
Legislation Type:Statutory Instrument (IE)
References: International Protection Act 2015
Geographical Focus:Ireland
In Force:Yes
Keywords:Asylum; Asylum (Application for);
URL: http://www.irishstatutebook.ie/eli/2016/si/664/made/en/print

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