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Old Feb 6th 2011, 1:54 am
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Is it not under 35?

Any idea guys why I am seeing this...

Step 2:Personal Information

To participate in the category Working Holiday, you must be between the ages of 18 and 30 inclusive on the date the application is received.

You can not participate in this category because you do not fulfil the citizenship requirement.

All the fields are mandatory.

Please provide the following information in order to personalise your application kit.

All fields are mandatory.

Reminder: The information that you provide below will be used to create your file.

Attention: In the fields marked by an asterisk (*), you must provide the information exactly as it appears in your passport.


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No.. must be 18-30 at time of application
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Originally Posted by ChrisBan
No.. must be 18-30 at time of application
Ach balls! Really??! I was sure it was up to 35 for Irish people...

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Ach balls! Really??! I was sure it was up to 35 for Irish people...

Back to the drawing board, AGAIN!!!
Oh... I should have guessed from the username. Yes it is 18-35 for Ireland. I would assume they are using the same application kit as the UK

http://www.canadainternational.gc.ca...s_travail.aspx
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Originally Posted by The Lost Paddy
Is it not under 35?

Any idea guys why I am seeing this...

Step 2:Personal Information

To participate in the category Working Holiday, you must be between the ages of 18 and 30 inclusive on the date the application is received.

You can not participate in this category because you do not fulfil the citizenship requirement.

All the fields are mandatory.

Please provide the following information in order to personalise your application kit.

All fields are mandatory.

Reminder: The information that you provide below will be used to create your file.

Attention: In the fields marked by an asterisk (*), you must provide the information exactly as it appears in your passport.


Cheers!
Is this an email or something you got mate? It is up to 35 for the Irish. Have you applied to the UK IEC by mistake maybe? Just with it saying you dont meet the citizenship requirement.

Here's the link you need to check it out
http://www.canadainternational.gc.ca...e/IEC-EIC.aspx

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Is this an email or something you got mate? It is up to 35 for the Irish. Have you applied to the UK IEC by mistake maybe? Just with it saying you dont meet the citizenship requirement.

Here's the link you need to check it out
http://www.canadainternational.gc.ca...e/IEC-EIC.aspx

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Originally Posted by ChrisBan
Oh... I should have guessed from the username. Yes it is 18-35 for Ireland. I would assume they are using the same application kit as the UK

http://www.canadainternational.gc.ca...s_travail.aspx
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Originally Posted by tee1
Is this an email or something you got mate? It is up to 35 for the Irish. Have you applied to the UK IEC by mistake maybe? Just with it saying you dont meet the citizenship requirement.

Here's the link you need to check it out
http://www.canadainternational.gc.ca...e/IEC-EIC.aspx

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Mate, stupid question I know, but where is the area to submit your email on that link?! I know it is probably right infront of my face but I cant see it!

Why do these guys make everything so friggin complex??!
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No worries, sorry for dashing your hopes so soon
Ya mate, down and back up in a matter of minutes!
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Also, any idea thus for of the Irish/UK uptake of the visas? Any idea of the amount left (if any!)...cheers!
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Mate, stupid question I know, but where is the area to submit your email on that link?! I know it is probably right infront of my face but I cant see it!

Why do these guys make everything so friggin complex??!
At the bottom of this page:

http://www.canadainternational.gc.ca....aspx?lang=eng
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Cheers mate, I really appreciate that!
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Guys,

Hi, wonder if anyone can answer a quick question for me please?
In short, can someone that is born in Northern Ireland, holds dual citizenship, both UK & ROI passports, could they apply for the ROI IEC visa?

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