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An island country in Western Europe, consisting of Great Britain (England, Wales and Scotland) and Northern Ireland.

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UK cars driving in Ireland, if they don’t have the EU stars on their number plates, must have a GB sticker (but I have never seen this enforced). … Whilst car seats and booster seats are mandatory in Ireland and the UK, the point where a child may transition to a seatbelt is different. …
answered Nov 12 '18 by Cyprian Brady
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If false information is given, your application will be refused and you may be banned from the UK and prosecuted. The problem is the “terms and conditions” that you must accept. …
answered Dec 11 '18 by Cyprian Brady
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A visa for visiting the UK does not, obviously, extend to visiting the Republic of Ireland. … I do know someone who went to Ireland (Indian citizen with a UK visa) who thought he didn't need a visa - after a 30 minute detention, he was allowed to enter Ireland with a warning, but that should not …
answered Jan 15 '19 by Cyprian Brady