Do I need a passport to go to Ireland?

It is compulsory for all passengers (including babies) to have their own valid passport or officially recognised European Union I.D. card when travelling to and from Ireland or France. In some cases, a visa may also be required. If you are driving a vehicle you will also need a valid driving licence.

Can you travel from UK to Ireland without a passport?

British nationals travelling from the UK don’t need a passport to visit Ireland. However, Irish immigration officers will check the ID of all passengers arriving by air from the UK and may ask for proof of nationality, particularly if you were born outside the UK.

Do you need a passport to enter Ireland?

Most people need a valid passport to enter the Republic or Northern Ireland but there are some exceptions: If you’re a UK citizen, you can also use official photo identification.

Can you fly to Dublin without a passport?

Border control and the Common Travel Area. There are no routine passport controls in operation for Irish and UK citizens travelling between the 2 countries. However, you must show identification to board a ferry or an airplane, and some airlines and sea carriers only accept a passport as valid identification.

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Can you travel to Ireland with ID card?

An immigration officer can refuse permission for you to enter Ireland, even if you have a visa or residence permission in Ireland. Ireland is not part of the Schengen Area. This means that you must have a national passport or national identity card to enter Ireland from the EEA.

Can I fly to Ireland without a passport Ryanair?

Ryanair. Ryanair are the only flight carrier to the Republic of Ireland that require a passport or passport card. They do not accept photo ID. You can even learn this when checking in for a flight.

Can I fly Ryanair without a passport?

Ryanair require a passport or national identity card.

Do I need a Covid test to enter Ireland?

Do I need a COVID test before coming to Ireland? From 6 March 2022, all COVID-19 travel restrictions are removed. You no longer need to complete a passenger locator form. You also no longer need proof of vaccination or recovery, or a COVID-19 test.

How can I go to Ireland?

Entry, Exit and Visa Requirements

You must have a valid passport to enter Ireland. U.S. citizens can enter visa-free for tourism or business stays of up to 90 days. There is no minimum passport validity requirement for U.S. citizens entering Ireland.

Does Ireland have a green list?

Ireland’s new ‘green list’ – the countries set to welcome tourists from July 19.

What ID do I need to go to Ireland?

It is compulsory for all passengers (including babies) to have their own valid passport or officially recognised European Union I.D. card when travelling to and from Ireland or France. In some cases, a visa may also be required. If you are driving a vehicle you will also need a valid driving licence.

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What ID do I need to fly to Dublin?

Acceptable Identification

Valid passport or Irish passport card. Driver’s licence with photo. International student card. Government issued photo ID cards.

Can you use a birth certificate to fly?

In this instance proof of age such as a passport, birth certificate (photo or digital copies are allowed) or an immunization record are permitted. If a child is travelling as an unaccompanied minor, the adult dropping and picking them up will need photo ID, but the child does not.

How long can I stay in Ireland without a visa?

U.S. citizens can stay in Ireland without a visa for up to three months (90 days). The same applies to individuals traveling from countries within the EU/EEA. Some non-EU/EEA nationals (such as U.S. citizens) are exempt from Irish visa requirements.

Is Ireland in the EU?

Ireland is a member of the European Union and is a founding member of the Council of Europe and the OECD.

Is Dublin in the UK?

Dublin is the capital city of the Republic of Ireland, which is NOT in the United Kingdom.