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» Can I visit Ireland without a visa?

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Thu, 10 Dec 2015 07:38 EST
My name is abdullah from North cyprus i want visit for Christmas vacation how can I get visit
Betul Sezer
Thu, 15 Oct 2015 07:39 EDT
€7,000 in bank account

I wish to apply to do a 25week English language course.

I have read the requirements for the visa. It says you need to show up to €7,000 in your bank account so that you can support yourself while in Ireland.

I will have already paid my full accommodation costs. Therefore is it acceptable for me to have less than this amount in my account? I can provide proof from my landlord.

Thank you.
Thu, 8 Jan 2015 12:22 EST
Hi there,

I am an exchange student coming to Ankara and currently I am looking for a GAA Club, but still without success. Do you maybe know sth about this. I know it is non of your business but I would really like to continue playing this sport.

Thu, 30 Oct 2014 22:30 EDT

I will like to know if i can registrer for the birth marage certificate with my wife durinr our holiday in turkey.
uchechukwu ukeje
Sat, 16 Aug 2014 15:17 EDT
inquiry about Study Visa to Republic of Ireland
Good Day Please I want to know what documents I need to provide for my student visa application (Masters Degree). My e-mail is
Shokha ibrahim
Sun, 10 Aug 2014 09:14 EDT
Student visa
Hi , I have an acceptance letter from the English College of Language from Ireland so I need to apply for the visa , I am originally from Iraq , do I can come to Ankara and apply from there . Thanks

Kind regards

Tue, 29 Jul 2014 04:46 EDT
hello. I live in Iran. we(me and my friends) receive an Invitations from a university in Ireland for a Scientific Conference. please answer my question:
1) Is it necessary to come to embassy together? or one of us can deliver all passport for visa?
2) how long does is it take to get visa?
3) does it necessary deliver any support documents such as bank account statement and .... to embassy or our passport and picture and invitations is enough?
please send my answer to :
Tue, 15 Jul 2014 10:53 EDT
Please,im a nigerian student in north Cyprus and i want to visit my family in ireland (my parent and siblings are irish passport holder)...Please i would love you to put me through on how im going to go about it....My mail address is
mahmoud wahbiy
Fri, 7 Mar 2014 05:37 EST
Dear Sir, Good time
we are a small syrian fmaily consists of 4 persons only .would like to get yr
acceptance to accept us as a refugee in yr esteemed country ,as we are
living the wild lives,like animules as no home, no food to be
eaten, & nothing at all.
we have heard tht yr esteemed country whated to get some syrian
refugees & we'd be so much obliged if you'd accept us to be among the
groups tht you wanted or to let's know what procetureswe have to do it
or if any paper or information needed to be prepared by us then
kindly pls, contact with us by email ,as the phone is very very
difficult to get us .believe me we are in a very criticlae situation.

best rgds YRS/M.Wahbiy
liam McCarthy
Tue, 4 Mar 2014 04:28 EST
But why ?
My passport needs to be renewed before my residency expires. The numbers you supplied do not function.yalniş numera was the term İ managed to catch. İ had many questions but im left with only one now. İts emblazoned on my frontal cortex like a potentially fatal amoeba infection. How can İ phone you ?

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