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The rules for transiting in Dublin, as given by Timatic, the database which airlines use to verify passenger travel documents: TWOV (Transit Without Visa): Visa required, except for Passengers transiting through Dublin (DUB) with a confirmed onward ticket for a flight to a third country. They must: arrive at and depart from Terminal 2, and ...


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She has a Schengen visa, right? This visa has a duration of stay, a validity period, and a number of entries. Duration means how many days she can stay in Schengen (partial days count full). Validity means when those days can be taken (even if there are days left, they can't be used if the validity is over). Entries is the number of times she can enter ...


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The problem I see here is that South African passport holders do not require a visa to visit Ireland, but do require a visa to visit the UK. And as you know, there is (currently) no passport check at the land border between Ireland and Northern Ireland (which is part of the UK). I would wonder how and when your mother's visa would ever be checked for its ...


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Have you already used your UK visa to enter the UK, and are you still within the 180 days that were authorized when you last entered the UK? If so, you could be eligible for the short stay visa waiver program (also described on Wikipedia). Otherwise, you need a regular Irish visa. A transit visa isn't relevant because your second flight is within the ...


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Here are the requirements for TVOW TWOV (Transit Without Visa): Passengers transiting through Dublin (DUB) with a confirmed onward ticket for a flight to a third country. They must: arrive at and depart from Terminal 2, and be transiting between 04:00 and 16:00 on the same calendar day, and stay in the international transit area of the ...


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