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I’m going to Portugal from Latvia and my flight has a layover in Dublin, Ireland. Do I need a transit visa in Ireland ? Or I can stay in transit zone in Ireland ? Please help me to for this. I’m going to book ticket so please help me as soon as possible

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    Without Citizenship information, this question cannot be answered properly. Ireland is not part of the Schengen area. – Mark Johnson Jun 1 at 10:36
  • I have student visa in Latvia. Latvia is a schengan country – Sumod K N Jun 1 at 10:37
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    But Ireland, where you may need a visa - depending on your citizenship , is not. – Mark Johnson Jun 1 at 10:40
  • I just changing my plane not to enter Ireland – Sumod K N Jun 1 at 10:41
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    It does't matter, your citizenship determines if you need a transit visa. With the transit visa you are not allowed to leave the airport, only to change planes. – Mark Johnson Jun 1 at 10:47
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Informationen about Irish Transit visa and conditions with list of citizenships that need it as well as fees.

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