Does uk stamp deportation ? If so how does it look like ?! If I had applied for voluntary return after my asylum refusal will they share that to Ireland ? Or when applying for Ireland of my past immigration history which shows that I had travelled to uk and applied asylum & returned voluntarily ... Will that have a impact on my visa application to Ireland now ? Obviously I have a new passport now and I don't hold the old one in which I have my uk visa stamps ... And it's damaged !! What could the Ireland embassy see with regard to my immigration history 1. Just the stamp that I arrived in India ? Or 2. Will they be able to see that I have applied for asylum and on refusal I came back ?
It will be on your electronic record. Ireland and the UK share Immigration related information due to the Common Travel Area. A new passport does not wipe your prior history.
Furthermore, if you look at the Study Visa Questionnaire for India, they ask about your travel history. I quote from the form:
Have you ever applied for a visa for any other country?
If yes, please give full details in the box below including; country, date of application, type of visa applied for and outcome of application: Refusal letter must be submitted.
NOTE: Failure to declare ALL previous visa applications will result in the application being refused