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My daughter has a Sri Lankan passport and is a university student in the USA. She has a valid US visa and she has already purchased a return ticket to come home to Sri Lanka and return to the USA to continue her studies. However, that ticket includes a transfer through Dublin, Ireland, with a 1 hour layover.

Will she require a transit visa?

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  • According to INIS, your daughter will need a transit visa. – CGCampbell Feb 24 '16 at 13:42
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Yes - Ireland requires that certain countries obtain a transit visa, even if just to pass through an airport. Your daughter will have to apply and pay the 25 Euro transit fee online.

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http://www.inis.gov.ie/en/INIS/Pages/Transit%20visas

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