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Wednesday, 9/24/2014

UK Visa ok to enter Ireland and Scotland

POSTED BY fukiku (7 yrs ago)

If u are holding a UK visa..does this mean u can also enter Scotland and Ireland or do I have to apply seperate visas for each country?

#1 POSTED BY axptguy38 (7 yrs ago)

- Scotland is part of the UK, so that's fine.
- Northern Ireland is part of the UK, so that's fine.
(- Wales is part of the UK, so that's fine.)
- The Republic of Ireland (Eire) is a separate country with separate entry requirements.

#2 POSTED BY ldsllvn (7 yrs ago)

however Republic of Ireland is in EU and if you have any other visa (country withing EU) you should be fine, as long as it is multi-entry..

#3 POSTED BY Moppet (7 yrs ago)

It depends which county your from it is very easy to check with the republic of Ireland consulate on line if you need a visa

http://ie.embassyinformation.com/?einfo

#4 POSTED BY axptguy38 (7 yrs ago)

"however Republic of Ireland is in EU and if you have any other visa (country withing EU) you should be fine, as long as it is multi-entry.."

No. That only applies within the Schengen zone. The Republic of Ireland is not in the zone and has separate requirements.


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