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You've run into a very common problem and one that's documented in numerous places regarding Tier 4 visas but it also applies to Tier 5. As you've noted, entry from Ireland will not cause you to enter via UK immigration. As a result no one will have activated your visa and you will be in the UK technically illegally - the Irish can't do it, and the local UK ...


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yes, it is possible to go skiing in Ireland, the higher parts of the Wicklow mountains are 50 days snow capped each year witch is just as much as the lake district in England where the raise ski centre is located, so sure you could drive up into the mountains in winter and do some off piste skiing. The only reason that there is no ski resort in Ireland is ...


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All retailers should be able to use the magnetic stripe instead of chip-and-pin. This is not just because of foreign cards but also because the magstripe is the back-up system if the chip fails.


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You have asked for information about the new British-Irish Visa Scheme, and an indication of the activation date for Indian nationals. Here's up-to-date information... The original announcement of 6 October 2014 is posted here As of right now (6 Feb 2015), the most recent statement is the Ministerial Statement of 30 October 2014; this provides the ...


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Your question is what is meant by: "You’ll need to apply for another type of visitor visa if you’ll be either: travelling to the Republic of Ireland, the Channel Islands or the Isle of Man". In the context of transit visas, it means that the UK will not process a transit visa application if your destination is within the Common Travel Area (CTA). Instead, ...



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