A protest at the Burgh Quay immigration office, where a delay in obtaining appointments has led to bots block-booking and reselling slots.  File photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

The re-entry visa system, which requires immigrants who wish to travel to and from Ireland to apply and pay for permission to re-enter the country, is(...)

 Gardaí raided ten addresses in Dublin as part of ongoing investigation into taxi licence and immigration crimes. File photograph : Matt Kavanagh/The Irish Times

Some 55 foreign taxi drivers have had their immigration status in the Republic cancelled because they had taken part in sham marriages and committed o(...)

A photograph of Detective Garda Adrian Donohoe shot while on escort duty in Bellurgan, near Dundalk, Co Louth in 2013.  Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The family of the late Detective Garda Adrian Donohoe, shot nearly six years ago while on armed escort duty near the Border, has been awarded €1.3 mil(...)

Amanda Crowe at home in Dundalk, Co Louth, with her six children Hilda (9), Nadine (8), Mark (5), twins Milan and Paris (3) and Phoenix (7 months). Photograph: Ciara Wilkinson/The Irish Times

A Co Louth woman, whose partner and the father of their five children was deported earlier this month, says his removal from the State was illegal and(...)

The Department of Justice said last July that works had begun on a dedicated immigration detention centre at Dublin Airport and that it would be completed by July 2018. However, that deadline has passed and the facilities are still not open.  Photograph: Kate Geraghty/The Irish Times.

A total of 3,908 people were refused entry at Irish ports, airports and the Northern Ireland Border in 2017, according to details released by the Gard(...)

Paloma with Karin and Jorg Muller-Weiland and the couple’s two children Aoife and Reuben. Photograph: Karin Muller-Wieland.

A Co Galway family had a “wonderful reunion” with the Brazilian woman who was strip-searched and imprisoned overnight after trying to visit them last (...)

Some taxi drivers were found to be fraudulently claiming social welfare though working. In some cases, on-the-spot fines were issued to other for various breaches of PSV regulations. File photograph: Getty Images

As many as one in four foreign national taxi drivers stopped at recent illegal immigration checkpoints are suspected of having entered into sham marri(...)

A Kenyan retail worker has been awarded €10,000 after being the victim of a ‘racially motivated’ April Fools prank. Image: iStock.

A Kenyan retail worker has been awarded €10,000 after being the victim of a “racially motivated” April Fools prank by a colleague who impersonated a G(...)

Seven suspected people smugglers were arrested and have appeared before the courts in Britain

Seven suspected members of an international people trafficking gang using Ireland as a route into the United Kingdom have been arrested. They were de(...)

Sham marriages: the vast majority have been between Asian men and Eastern European women. They have been arranged, at a fee of up to €20,000 each, so men could secure the right to live and work in Ireland. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

More than 1,000 marriages between foreign men and women in the Republic have been identified by the Garda as sham marriages of convenience. The vast (...)

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