The Republic of Ireland offers different kinds of visas to international travelers and migrants based on their purpose of visit. You can choose from one among the long-stay visas or short-stay visas to Ireland depending on whether you plan to travel to this country as a student, an employee, a tourist or as a dependent family member. What Attracts People To … [Read more...]
Ireland, known for its breathtakingly beautiful landscapes, is an island that lies in the North Atlantic. The island is covered in grasslands, low lying mountains, beautiful rivers, central plain and the Atlantic coastline has one of the most magnificent sceneries in the world.
Ireland is also known for its glorious castles, monuments and three world heritage sites. The capital of Ireland, Dublin, continues to be the place that receives the highest number of tourists in this country.
Those who wish to travel to Ireland as a tourist requires an Ireland tourist visa or Irish visit/holiday visa which is granted for a period of 90 days. To get this visa, you are required to submit a duly filled visa application form along with a valid passport, a bank statement proving financial stability, proof of hotel bookings or letter from friends/relatives if you are staying with them, proof of insurance coverage for your stay in Ireland.
Students who wish to pursue studies I this country requires a C study visa if the course is less than 3 months or a D study visa if it’s a longer course. You are required to apply online with the letter of acceptance from the university, proof of financial stability, insurance coverage and a valid passport.
Ireland Tourist Visa or Irish Visit/Holiday Visa is issued to people who wish to visit Ireland for the purpose of tourism or pleasure trips or to visit friends and family members residing in Ireland. It is a short stay visa that is granted for the purpose of temporary visits only. Ireland Tourist Visas are granted for a maximum period of 90 days (3 months) only. A visitor … [Read more...]
Student visa to Ireland is required by students from outside the European Union (EU) who wish to pursue an academic course in Ireland. For the citizens of non-EEA nations who come to study in Ireland, they must be enrolled in a full-time course under the Degree Programme (for Higher Education) or the Language and Non-Degree Programme of Ireland. For a student who wishes to … [Read more...]