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» Can I visit Ireland without a visa?

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Tue, 20 Mar 2018 09:10 EDT
Short visit to Ireland
Dear sir/ Madam
My name is Halima from Nigeria but living in Spain for almost 10 years with 5 years residential card. i am planning to visit Ireland for a short visit at the end of this month, please do i need a visa to enter Ireland or i can travel with my Spanish residential card? I will appreciate any information to help me proceed, thank you
Audrey Dowling Reid
Thu, 15 Mar 2018 13:21 EDT
what has happened?
I applied in November for a first time Irish passport. Today 15th March I saw on the web page that my passport was dispatched on the 21st of February. The post office in my town say they do not have it. They say I need the postal reference of when you sent the registered package to me.
My application bar code is1053 520 5630
Thank you,
Audrey Reid
Wed, 18 Oct 2017 11:58 EDT
Visa information
Hello i need some information about my visit to Ireland i have 5 year family residency of Spain and from Ghana my question is do I need visa to enter Ireland? Hpkwofie@gmail.com. thanks
Fri, 6 Oct 2017 18:04 EDT
Want to visit ireland
Hello everyone i need some information about my visit to Ireland i have 5 year family residency of Spain my question is do I need visa to enter Ireland PLEASE reply me. My email is. opa4all@yahoo.com
Wed, 30 Aug 2017 07:13 EDT
i have a spain resident pemit largaduracion i,am a ghanian
du i Need a visa be for visited i riland or i Need a visa
Wed, 30 Aug 2017 07:10 EDT
i have a spain resident pemit largaduracion can i visit with resident and i,am a ghanian
Sat, 5 Aug 2017 08:15 EDT
I planned to visit Ireland this summer with my wife and 3 year old kid
we are Syrian, have residence permit in Spain as a skilled qualified person because I am working as a finance director.
Can you please send me the required documents in order to get the visa
Best Regards
Fri, 2 Jun 2017 08:07 EDT
Visa entry irland information
Dear sir /madam I am live in Barcelona married with a spanish national we have one baby girl 1 year old with spanish nationality also my wife Spanish national but i have 5 years comunitario redance card we plan to move in irland and stay there work there and apply after 3 month resdance card there i want to know if i go irland with my family wife and daughter we book only ticket Spain to dublin irland or we must want return back tickets please confirm me about thanks
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

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