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Dublin - Any Questions?
I am about to retire and want to move to either Ireland or Scotland. Do you knw the requirements for immigration there from the US?
im russian studying in uk (tier 4 visa)
do i need to apply for irish visa if i want to go to dublin as a tourist?
thanks a lot
flying from the usa to ireland will just a passport do? or will we need visa???
If I have irland visa can I visit any other European country ?
My visa valid for 2years and I'd like to make a tour for some around Europe
If I have a visa problem with UK, can I still travel to Dublin?
Deejay: It's rather hard to say without knowing what the problem is, and what passport you're using.
Hi im pakistani student in uk
Iv got uk visa,as my wife is british
Can i travell with her to dublin
edited June 2014
As you reside lawfully in the UK with a UK visa you can travel to Ireland as it is part of the Common Travel Area.
i am pakistani and i am on student visa in dublin.how can i visit iparis from here
Hello, I'm coming to Dublin on September on student visa. My college is in Ringsend road, hence I'm looking for any sort of accommodation. I'm 21 and a female, please let me know if you can suggest or recommend any flats, shared rooms, dorms etc
My husband is a Thai citizen but has living here with me for the last 4 years and has indefinite leave to remain. We are thinking of visiting Dublin and traveling around for a week or so and making our way down to Kilkenny, will he need to get a visa?
Your husband will need a visa as Thai citizens are not part of the Irish visa waiver programme.
Hi i am going to travel to ireland on a student vira for a year to study sound do i need a return ticket upon my arrival????
No you do not need a return airticket.
i am an indian passport holder and currently in London with my husband on uk travel visa(for 6 months) and my husband is also having indian passport with uk skill transfer visa for 6 months. i want to travel to dublin from london. i checked he websites but getting confused whether i need a irish visa o travel to dublin or not. please suggest. only as a tourist we want to travel to dublin for 4-5 days.
Hi Nabanita - I suggest you start a new discussion - you might get more response
for destination advice
I am a Nigerian living in Italy with a long term permit to stay and work in the European union countries,I want to travel to dublin with my two kids,my kids have italian passports,do I need a visa?
please it's urgent.
Toskybasky, as you are not Italian and hold a Nigerian passport you must apply for a visa to travel to Ireland. As Ireland is not a Schengen state you will need to apply for an Irish visa.
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