Immigration and Asylum Legal Advice Clinic

Immigration to Ireland

Immigration and Asylum Legal Advice Clinic
Thursday, 22
nd September 2016
9.30 am – 5.00 pm

Gibson & Associates Solicitors

Suite 331, The Capel Building
St. Mary’s Abbey
Dublin 7

If you or your friend have immigration issues we invite you to attend our Legal Advice Clinic with our Immigration and Asylum specialists which we are holding at our Dublin office on Thursday, 22nd September 2016, at no cost for the initial meeting.

At Gibson & Associates Solicitors our expert immigration lawyers have experience and expertise in excess of ten years dealing with all aspects of Asylum and Immigration law.  Over the years we have assisted a significant number of clients to vindicate their rights through the Asylum and Immigration process in situations where SOLUTIONS had not previously been found. 

Our dedicated Immigration team in Dublin can offer you specialised advice regarding your position and help you understand what action to take next. Once you have obtained this initial advice, one of our experts can take your case forward to assist you and others.

Spaces at our clinic are limited and we, therefore, require all interested parties to make an appointment in advance by phoning our office on 01 872 3143 to ensure you meet one of our expert team.

For more information, take a look at our visas and immigration pages.

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