Depending on the country you are a citizen of, you may need a visa to travel to Ireland.
If you are a citizen of the EEA (European Economic Area) or the UK or the Swiss confederation you do not need a tourist visa.
You have a right then to enter Ireland and reside for up to 3 months. The only formality is showing immigration control your passport.
A person not from either of the above may need a visa.
A non EEA national or UK national needs permission to enter the state by reporting to immigration on entry to Ireland.
If you have questions about visas, you can speak with an immigration lawyer on (01) 546 1121 or (052) 612 1999.
Online Visa Checker
You can check if you need a visa by availing of this online nationality checker.
Here is the online application form.
You must have a valid passport.
Also, you must be able to show you can support yourself for your stay, which could be with a bank statement.
Detail of any family members in Ireland or the EU must be given.
Hotel booking confirmation will be required.
Documentary evidence confirming your home country return will be required.
Short term tourist visas are only granted for 3 months.
The application free for a single journey visa is €60.
Visa fee exemption countries :
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If you wish to contact an immigration solicitor with queries about employment permits you can contact us on 052 61 21999 or 01 546 1121.
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