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Two days ago, I obtained a visa to enter Ireland as the husband of a European Union citizen. They sent me a letter saying that I can travel between 2024-02-01 and 2024-05-01. But I had made it clear in my visa application that I wanted to travel on 2024-04-23. Will this create an obstacle for me with the immigration officer at the airport?


Will the immigration officer give me permission to stay for three months starting from the day I arrived? Because I intend to apply for residency and settle there with my wife.

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Will this create an obstacle for me with the immigration officer at the airport?

No, the visa allows you to enter Ireland within 90 days of issue.

You wish to enter Ireland 7 days before the issued visa expires.

A single journey visa costs €60 and will be valid for one entry to the State up to a maximum of 90 days from the date of issue.

As a spouse of an EU citizen you may remain, together with your spouse, as long as the spouse remains in Ireland.

Family members of EEA/Swiss citizens
If you are coming to Ireland to join or accompany your EEA family member, you must apply for a visa if you are from a country that is not in the list above.
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If you plan to stay in Ireland for more than 3 months you must apply for residence after your arrival.


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