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Old Jan 6th 2012, 1:59 pm   #4
Sean MacMaghnuis
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Default Re: Stamp 4 and working in mainland Europe

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Originally Posted by Steinberger View Post
I found the correct information earlier, they don't make it easy. You'd think with Ireland being in the EU they'd issue visas to cover the whole of the EU not just Ireland..
For anyone interested the information for the UK starts here:
http://www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk/eu...family-permit/

I presume it's the same in each individual EU country.
Yes, it is the same process in each EU country.
You have to apply for a visa stamp in the country in which you wish to work.
If you are an EU citizen you are free to live and work anywhere in the EU, but unfortunately this does not apply to your spouse.
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