Dunne and wife could remain in US for good

Property developer Sean Dunne and his wife could stay in the US for the rest of their lives if their investment visa application is successful.

8th January, 2011

Property developer Sean Dunne and his wife could stay in the US for the rest of their lives if their investment visa application is successful.

Last week, it emerged that Dunne’s wife, the former Gayle Killilea, had applied for an investment visa in the United States through a proposed investment in a property.

Investment visa rules stipulate that investors, their spouses and their dependent children can remain in the US for the duration...

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