Question: Do I need a visa to travel to Dublin from UK?

If you’re a UK national or a European Economic Area (EEA) national, you don’t need a visa to visit (or work in) the Republic of Ireland. UK visitors can travel with their photo identification and EU citizens can use their national identity card. … If you require a visa, you can apply for a Short Stay ‘C’ Visa.

Do I need visa for Dublin from UK?

UK citizens do not need a visa or residency permit to live, work or study in Ireland. Under the Common Travel Area ( CTA ), UK and Irish citizens can live and work freely in each other’s countries and travel freely between them.

Do you need a visa to visit Dublin Ireland?

You must have a valid passport to enter Ireland. U.S. citizens can enter visa-free for tourism or business stays of up to 90 days. … We recommend you have a passport that is valid for the duration of your stay, evidence of sufficient funds to support your stay in Ireland, and a return airline ticket.

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Can I travel to Ireland on UK tourist visa?

The British-Irish Visa Scheme allows for mutual recognition of short-stay visas between the UK and Ireland. This means that a British short stay visa will be valid for travel onward to Ireland, and an Irish short-stay visa will be valid for travel onward to the UK.

Do you have to quarantine from UK to Ireland?

People arriving in Ireland do not need to quarantine, unless you arrive without a negative pre-departure test result.

Can UK BRP holder travel to Ireland?

Yes, as long as both the UK visa and leave to enter and remain are still valid and current and the person travelling has passed through UK immigration at least once on foot of them, the UK visa may be used for travel to Ireland.

Is Ireland accepting tourist visa?

As of 13 September 2021, we are now accepting short stay visa applications. … All remaining Covid-19 restrictions on entry visa and preclearance processing, which were brought in as a necessary interim measure to help reduce the spread of Covid-19, have now been lifted.

Do you need a passport to go to southern Ireland from UK?

British nationals travelling from the UK don’t need a passport to visit Ireland. However, Irish immigration officers will check the ID of all passengers arriving by air from the UK and may ask for proof of nationality, particularly if you were born outside the UK.

How do I get a visa for Dublin Ireland?


  1. Schedule 1 – Check if you need an Irish visa. Find out what you need to enter Ireland based on your nationality on the INIS website.
  2. Convention travel documents. …
  3. Schedule 2 – Visa waiver programme. …
  4. Schedule 3 – British Irish Visa Scheme (BIVS) …
  5. Schedule 4 – Transit Visas.
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Can I travel to Ireland with ILR?

Citizens of the United Kingdom do not require a visa to travel to Ireland as they have Indefinite Leave To Remain. This means that you can travel freely into and out of the country.

How long can I stay in Ireland without a visa?

How long can I stay in Ireland without a visa? U.S. citizens can stay in Ireland without a visa for up to three months (90 days). The same applies to individuals traveling from countries within the EU/EEA. Some non-EU/EEA nationals (such as U.S. citizens) are exempt from Irish visa requirements.

Is Ireland exempt from UK quarantine?

Travellers from Ireland are exempt from the new testing and quarantine requirements for travelling to the UK. This does not apply if you have been outside of the Common Travel Area in the 10 days before you arrive in the UK.

Do you need a passport to go to Dublin by ferry?

Passports and Identification. … Irish Ferries recommends all passengers bring a passport with them. Irish and British citizens do not strictly require a passport to travel between the two countries, but some form of (photo) identification is however required.

Is Dublin on the green list?

There are currently no countries on the ‘Green List’ and Ireland doesn’t have a ‘green list’ at the moment. The country did last year have a green list of overseas destinations that people could visit without having to restrict their movements upon return.