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    https://www.irishtimes.com/news/crim...87941?mode=amp
    Could this have knock on to RDF recruitment campaign starting in Mar?

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    Delighted to see it. If they were willing to serve this state while sorting out their residency status then why turn them away?
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    Quote Originally Posted by batterysgt View Post
    https://www.irishtimes.com/news/crim...87941?mode=amp
    Could this have knock on to RDF recruitment campaign starting in Mar?
    As far as I can see from R5 - no

    There’s no similar requirement

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    Quote Originally Posted by na grohmiti View Post
    Delighted to see it. If they were willing to serve this state while sorting out their residency status then why turn them away?
    The three judge Court of Appeal said the man “is entitled to seek and enter employment in the same way as an Irish citizen would be” and cannot be discriminated against because of his status as a person entitled to subsidiary protection.

    Its judgment on Friday has implications for enlistment but Ms Justice Aileen Donnelly said that The three judge Court of Appeal said the man “is entitled to seek and enter employment in the same way as an Irish citizen would be” and cannot be discriminated against because of his status as a person entitled to subsidiary protection.

    Its judgment on Friday has implications for enlistment but Ms Justice Aileen Donnelly said that if the Minister for Defence has a “genuine” concern about people with restricted or limited rights of residence, he may opt to amend the relevant regulations.

    The court will decide later what orders it should make in case.

    Now in his 20s, the man came here as an unaccompanied minor in 2012. He got subsidiary protection in 2014 and permission to remain until 2017, later extended to June 2020.
    It begs the question of the implications of some being legally prevented from fulfilling their contractual obligations should their permission to remain not be extended.

    It is positive for the DF to be diverse but if someone could only serve max 3 years of a 5 year contract....But it could have much wider implications for the DF and asylum/subsidiary protection system.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DeV View Post
    As far as I can see from R5 - no

    There’s no similar requirement
    There is a requirement to be able to show right of residency for the period of enlistment only in the RDF it is 3/4 years

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bravo20 View Post
    There is a requirement to be able to show right of residency for the period of enlistment only in the RDF it is 3/4 years
    In R5 or the Defence Act
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    Admin R5

    Also in R5 paragraph 15 (2 ) a
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    Quote Originally Posted by DeV View Post
    It begs the question of the implications of some being legally prevented from fulfilling their contractual obligations should their permission to remain not be extended.

    It is positive for the DF to be diverse but if someone could only serve max 3 years of a 5 year contract....But it could have much wider implications for the DF and asylum/subsidiary protection system.
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