Refugee status and leave to remain

Overview Document Moving from direct provision accommodation to live independently in Ireland may involve a number of issues, including housing, employment and health services.

Rights conferred on people granted refugee or subsidiary protection status or permission to remain
This document outlines the rights of those granted a refugee or subsidiary protection declaration and people given permission to remain.

Permission to remain in Ireland
People who do not meet the requirements of refugee status or subsidiary protection may be granted permission to remain in Ireland. Permission to remain may also be granted to some parents of Irish citizen children.

Accommodation for people granted refugee status or subsidiary protection or given permission to remain
Overview of the accommodation services and options for people with refugee status or subsidiary protection or permission to remain in Ireland.

Medical services and social welfare for people with refugee status or subsidiary protection or permisson to remain
Description of the health services and social welfare entitlements available to people granted refugee status or subsidiary protection or permission to remain.

Education for people with refugee status or subsidiary protection or permission to remain
Educational services available to people granted refugee status or subsidiary protection and people given permission to remain.

Family reunification for people granted refugee status or subsidiary protection
This document outlines the procedures for bringing family members to Ireland for people who have international protection (refugee status or subsidiary protection).

Travel documents for people with refugee or subsidiary protection status
Process involved in getting a travel document if you are a Convention or Programme refugee or have subsidiary protection status.