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» Can I visit Ireland without a visa?

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Samuel Opoku
Fri, 7 Apr 2017 14:33 EDT
A spanish permanent residence holder .
Have reside in Spain for more than 10years and have Spanish permanent residence do I need visa to visit Ireland?please just for visit.please reply me to samuel4boy@Hotmail.com
Catherine cullen
Tue, 25 Oct 2016 07:43 EDT
Passport delivery
Can you please tell me how I arrange to have my passport couriered
As the postal service here isn't dependable!
I can't see on your www how I can do this! Thanks
Wasim ahmad khan
Sun, 9 Oct 2016 02:23 EDT
Visa entry Ireland information
I have permanent card in Spain and with Pakistan passport can i have visa free entry in Ireland please reply at this e mail. ....noorwasim2011@gmail.com
Brigid D Redmond
Thu, 22 Sep 2016 11:31 EDT
Passport application !
I have tried on several occasions to send you the docs that you have requested from me BUT the e-mail address given by one of your colleagues does NOT work forme. All mail to yourselves has " bounced ' back ....... I also rang this a.m to check the address & was told it was correct BUT .
Mohammad Ali
Sun, 11 Sep 2016 15:56 EDT
Information about short visit to ireland
Respected sir/madam
I myself and my wife are living in spain legally with 5 years tarjeta larga duracion with indian passport and my child who is 5 years old is European national holding (spanish passport ).
Do we still need visitors visa for short visit to ireland or we can travel with our minor child who is spanish national visa free to ireland for short visit.
Because I am planing to visit ireland in December, so can you please give information about.
This is my email id

Sun, 24 Jul 2016 15:35 EDT
i want to visit Dublin
good evening,pls am living in spain with a comunitario 5 years resident card i jst want to kn if i need a visa to enter Dublin or what could be my requirement,
marcus jackson
Fri, 15 Jul 2016 15:10 EDT
please advice
pls need clarifications on larga duracion UE Spanish Permanente if it goes to Ireland without a visa, or the procedure to apply.kindly respond to email: waxman1400@yahoo.com
Harjit singh
Mon, 4 Jul 2016 10:46 EDT
Short Visit to ireland
Dear sir /madam,
We are living in spain since 10 years all family members have permanent residence cards with indian passports. Can we go to ireland without visa for short visit.please reply as soon as possible.
Thanks with best regards,
Qazi Ashfaq Elahi
Wed, 25 May 2016 16:41 EDT
visa entry ireland information
I have a permanent resident card in Spain and with pakistan passport can I have visa free entry in Ireland please reply at this e mail
Mon, 2 May 2016 11:39 EDT
do i need a visa to enter dublin without visa.
I want to visit the Dublin for the summer
Hello, I am living in Spain and am a pakistani citizen, I have a 5 years resident card larga duracion . I want to know if I need visa to enter to the Dublin or pls tell me the requirements.
this is my email.... mf632380101@gmail.com

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