New Free Visas for Minors in Ireland

The requirement for minors under the age of 16 who are resident in Ireland to have a re-entry visa has been suspended until further notice. The new rule specifies that the minor must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian who has permission to reside in Ireland, and the accompanying adult must provide appropriate documentation to prove their legal status. Anyone intending to travel under this policy should first check with their airline to confirm if they will allow boarding without a visa. It is recommended that minors apply for an entry visa, which will be processed free of charge.