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According to the Irish Naturalisation and Immigration Service only citizens of the following countries require a transit visa: Afghanistan Albania Cuba Democratic Republic of the Congo Eritrea Ethiopia Ghana Iran Iraq Lebanon Moldova Nigeria Somalia Sri Lanka Zimbabwe All others (including you) should be able to ...
The Mexican embassy is wrong, days in Ireland do not count toward the 90-day limit in the Schengen area. There are subtle rules on how days are counted and how the limit works with visas from Schengen member states but since Ireland is not in the Schengen area, it does not make sense to consider all this. On August 25, you will simply enter the Schengen area ...
This letter only states that they have refused to allow you entry to Ireland because the purpose of your visit, as determined by the Irish immigration authorities, wasn't the one you have originally expressed. This is not the same as deportation but the effect in the end may be similar. As far as UK is concerned Ireland and UK it is quite likely that the ...
You will find that a lot of locally-owned, non 'big name' main street shops wouldn't open, but those in shopping centres (malls) will all be open, as will anything involved in the hospitality industry. You may find a few things don't open until midday though.
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