The Ireland’s Council for Immigration had called on the current government for starting a contemporary and reasonable system of immigration as the main concern.
It had also said that the reforms we require a latest system, which would be good for intention and related to the one in working in other nations.
The Council has also called for the families rights to be simultaneously to be accepted in law. According to Catherine Cosgrave, Manager, Legal Services, Immigration Council, the applicants finds it hard for navigating the system and facing the needless and destructive holdups. For instance, during this year, we would have helped number of individuals to be reunified with their small children.
She also said that the visa applications were left pending for a year or one and half year while the decisions being taken and one could imagine that at this development stage, each week or month that parents are separated from children is important for the family development and bonding.