Home Office rules on determining if asylum seekers are younger than 18 are unlawful, senior judges have ruled.
Published 24 May 2019
Two people who came to Ireland as refugees but subsequently naturalised as Irish citizens have failed in their court bid to access the family reunification scheme.
Published 29 March 2019
The head of Ireland's International Protection Office (IPO) has been elected to chair the management board of the European Asylum Support Office (EASO).
Published 19 February 2019
A hotel which was earmarked as a possible Direct Provision centre has been subjected to an arson attack for the second time in five weeks.
Published 12 February 2019
A judge has warned that lawyers concerned about changes to the way in which asylum, immigration and citizenship cases are run in the High Court should avoid writing "manifestos" The Irish Times reports.
Published 22 January 2019
The Department of Justice has issued an urgent call-out to find hotels and guest houses willing to provide emergency accommodation for asylum seekers, The Irish Times reports.
Published 15 January 2019
An Garda Síochána has launched an investigation into a fire at a hotel in Rooskey which has been earmarked as a possible Direct Provision centre.
Published 11 January 2019
Mears has been awarded a 10-year government contract to provide accommodation and support for asylum seekers in Northern Ireland.
Published 9 January 2019