Tag Archives: Illegal Immigrants

Women and girls trafficked to Ireland for sham marriages – report

Gardaí interviewed 47 Latvian women who had been trafficked to Ireland solely to enter into a sham marriage with a non-EU citizen, a new report has revealed. The women had all been paid upfront for entering into the marriages and … Continue reading

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New legislation reduces number of marriages of convenience

A sharp reduction in the number of marriages in Ireland last year between EU citizens from outside Ireland and a non-EU citizen is being attributed to the introduction of legislation designed to crack down on marriages of convenience. Figures published … Continue reading

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Uncommon for illegal workers to be prosecuted

A new report on illegal employment in Ireland has found that illegal non-EU workers are common in child and elderly care and the catering industry. The ESRI published new research today examining the illegal employment of non-EU nationals in Ireland. … Continue reading

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Islamic terrorist who raised funds for jihadists used up to six identities

An Algeria-born convicted Islamic terrorist facing deportation from Ireland has used six different names since arriving here 20 years ago. The man, linked by French authorities to al-Qa’ida, used his own name and five aliases at various points, according to … Continue reading

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Failed asylum seeker secures injunction temporarily halting deportation

A father-to-be has secured a High Court injunction temporarily halting his removal from the State. The man, a failed asylum seeker who cannot be identified for legal reasons, claims his right to human dignity would be breached if he was … Continue reading

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Failed asylum seeker secures injunction against deportation as his child is about to be born

A FATHER-TO-BE has secured a High Court injunction temporarily halting his removal from the state. The man, a failed asylum seeker who cannot be identified for legal reasons, claims his right to human dignity would be breached if he was … Continue reading

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A quarter of Irish fishing vessels caught with illegal workers

A QUARTER OF Irish fishing vessels that were inspected by the state were caught with illegal workers on board last year, new figures show. The investigation comes amid claims that a system for giving permits to fishing workers from outside … Continue reading

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