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You can make a ‘subject access request’ to obtain personal information about you that is held on the Home Office’s immigration records. You will receive a response within 30 days of your identity being verified by the Home Office. https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/requests-for-personal-data-uk-visas-and-immigration/request-personal-information-held-...


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You should read up on your rights as an EU citizen. They are extensive. As an Irish citizen, you can not just travel but also work in the EU without a visa. You can bring your dependents if they're not Irish as well, who get simplified visa procedures. If you are resident in other EU countries, you can (and should) vote in the European and some local ...


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The short answer to your question is ‘yes’. Irish citizens have visa-free or visa on arrival access to 185 countries and territories; the international access available to Irish citizens ranks 6th in the world according to the Visa Restrictions Index. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Irish_passport You can check which countries you will require a visa for ...


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No. It's not on the list of the CDC recommended vaccinations for Ireland, which include: Required: Measles Infants (6 through 11 months old): 1 dose of measles-mumps-rubella (MMR) vaccine before travel. This dose does not count as the first dose in the routine childhood vaccination series. People 12 months old or older, with no ...


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Ireland (commonly known as The Republic of Ireland, though the official name of the state is simply Ireland) is an independent country and an EU state. This status will not change. Ireland will remain a member state of the EU; Ireland issues its own passports and will continue to do so. Irish passports are EU passports. Northern Ireland is part of the ...


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You actually cannot travel to the UK after spending 90 days in Ireland. The 90 days is for the whole common travel area, not just the Republic of Ireland! The UK and Republic of Ireland form part of the common travel area https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Common_Travel_Area This means that there are no border checks, immigration, or customs between the two ...


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Since both Ireland and Germany are in the same customs union, any customs check is unlikly. Also this not a matter of endangered species but of shells commonly found on a sea shore, may be considered a natural process. There are countries or areas which don't like certain natural products being 'stolen' (Sardinia and other vacation islands) sand and ...


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As you are no collector of shells it is very likely you will not recognize protected species, especially as shells can come to the beach far from where they live. If there is a wildlife ranger or other specialist available to you in Ireland, ask. If they are a protected species it does not matter you found them already dead, as there is no visible ...


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You probably have three options according to Rome2Rio: Drive. 2 hours 18ish, you'd need to rent a car from the airport. Train. 6 hours 20ish. Unfortunately doesn't leave until the morning. Bus. 4 hours 23ish. Also unforrtunately, no services until the next morning. The costs, times and departures vary, Rome2Rio shows you the various options.


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Breaking it down for you from your link: Do you have an eligible UK short stay visa? Yes you do Does your visit to Ireland end before your permission to stay in UK ends (this is granted by an UK immigration official when you pass through UK immigration)? You don't yet have this information, but let's assume they grant you the stay as you ...


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Interesting, this is usually done when you get to keep your passport while they process the application. But generally in these cases the embassy takes the precautionary step of stamping your passport with their seal to show the application was taken in for processing. This is so that they may identify whether or not this was the passport originally ...


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No, you don't, because Ireland and Turkey do not have a yellow fever vaccination requirement. Even in countries that do, yellow fever vaccination is required only if you're coming from an area with endemic yellow fever, which covers much of South America and Africa, but not India or Turkey.


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