Dáil Éireann - Volume 586 - 27 May, 2004
Written Answers - Visa Applications.
Mr. Murphy Mr. Murphy
198. Mr. Murphy asked the Minister for Justice, Equality and Law Reform if he will review an application for a person (details supplied) for a holiday visa which was refused; and the aspect of  the application he is not satisfied with. [16057/04]
Mr. McDowell Mr. McDowell
Mr. McDowell: The person in question made a visa application in April 2004. The application was refused because it was not established, on the basis of the documentation supplied to my Department, that the applicant would observe the conditions of the visa. In particular, it was considered that the applicant had not displayed sufficient evidence of any obligations to return home following her proposed visit. There was no indication given in the application, or in the supporting documentation, that the applicant had any relatives in the State.
It is open to the applicant to appeal against the refusal by writing to the visa appeals officer in my Department. A full copy of the relative’s passport should be submitted in support of the appeal.
Dáil Éireann 586 Written Answers Visa Applications.