I recently received an unjust / unfair deportation order in Ireland after my EU treaty rights case was rejected and I filed a humanitarian appeal then. In reply to that humanitarian appeal, they sent a rejection along with a deportation order and asked me to leave the country within 30 days. I left within 15 days of the serving of deportation order. (They gave me temp visas twice while my case was under process and I lived in Ireland for 4+ years). I'm still emailing the irish authorities from my home country now (non EU) , to revoke that unfair/ unjust deportation order. That's a different story. Coming back to the questions, so no criminal record/ no penalties/ no detention any where in the world ( i have lived in UK as well by the way) and received this deportation order. So questions are , Ireland being a European country and a deportation order issued there. How long is the ban in Ireland and am I banned from entering other European countries too? If yes then how long is the ban for. If not, then do I have to disclose this Irish deportation order thing, while applying for any sort of visa for some different EU country. And do they share this deportation record with other European countries..
I never deceived any country's immigration system. They did some factual errors while dealing with my straight forward application. And replied with a rejection (first my EU treaty rights application was refused after giving me two temporary visas and then I filed the humanitarian appeal, which was rejected as well. They took 4 years in all this process. My mistake was, i should have taken the authorities to court instead of filing a humanitarian appeal because my case was very straight forward and strong ) On rejection of humanitarian appeal a deportation order was issued. My questions were about the number of years ban in Ireland and is there any ban in other EU countries due to this deportation order. E.g Germany, do I have to disclose it to them plus plus any ban, duration etc. If anyone can advise me on this please. I'd be grateful.