Leaving the Asylum Process
You have passed through the most difficult stage of the process and now have your refugee status or subsidiary protection status recognised.
You now have the right to live and work in Ireland. In most cases, this will mean leaving direct provision accommodation to find work and somewhere to live. The change from direct provision to living independently will involve a great number of issues including housing, employment, health services, managing money and social welfare.
Now it’s time to start to rebuild your life. Make an appointment with the Citizens Information centre and start to work with an advice officer who will guide you on how to make the necessary applications.
For an overview of housing, finance, healthcare, education, employment and other issues see “Living in Ireland” produced by Depaul.