Ireland visa application and requirements

                    Ireland Visa

Ireland Visa for India passport holder living in Hong Kong

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If you hold a BNO Passport, please contact info@visahq.hk for detailed requirements

Ireland Consulate requires personal submission. Please check with VisaHQ for documents preparation and appointment (if applicable).

Fill out Ireland tourist visa application form online

and send the following documents to VisaHQ:

a
Ireland visa application form. Dully filled online application form.
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Original, signed India passport. Current passport must be valid for at least 6 months after the date you plan to leave Ireland. Add a photocopy of each page from any previous passports you have.
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Passport type photos: 2 passport-sized colour photographs. On the back of each photo sign your name (in your native script and language).
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Application Letter. Type or write a letter explaining why you want to come to Ireland. Sign and date the letter. Application letter must include:
• your full name and postal address;
• reason why do you want to come to Ireland;
• dates you plan to arrive and leave;
Your letter must also include a commitment from you that you will:
• Obey the conditions of your visa in full;
• Not rely on public services (eg. public hospitals) or become a burden on the State Leave Ireland before your immigration permission expires.
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Travel plan. Type or write a description of your planned holiday, vacation or study trip to Ireland, including where you will stay.
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Proof of accommodation. Include printed reservation confirmations (emails or letters) of your accommodation from: hotels, guesthouses, hostels, B&Bs, AirBnBs, campsites, etc. Shared or free accommodation, eg. couch-surfing or any other type of accommodation.
Reservation confirmations must show the dates you intend to stay at each place.
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Study. If you plan to study during your stay, include information about your study plan, such as:
• The name, address, phone number, website and email of the place you are studying, eg school, college, institution;
• The name of the course you are attending and how long it will last;
• Proof you have reserved a place on the course, eg. confirmation email or letter.
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Travel Medical Insurance. If your application for a visa is approved, you must get travel/medical insurance before you travel. You will not be allowed to enter Ireland without it. In some cases, you may be asked to submit proof that you have travel/medical insurance before a visa is granted.
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Finance plan. You must show that you have enough finance (money) to support yourself fully in Ireland. Note: There is no minimum amount of finance for approving or refusing a visa application. The visa officer will decide if you have enough based on your own circumstances.
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Employment Letter or Enrollment. Provide a proof that you will leave Ireland when your visit ends. Provide an obligation to return to job along with employment letter. If you are a student at home, provide a letter from your school or college. If you have a family at home, write a description of your family including your family status, children or dependents. If you are married and your spouse is not coming to Ireland with you, you should include your original Marriage Certificate with your application. If you have children aged under 18 and they are not coming to Ireland with you, you should include their original Birth Certificates with your application. If you own or rent property in your country of residence, type or write a description of it and include it with your application.
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Visa Refusals. In case of visa refusals, type or write a description about it. You must also include the original letter sent to you by the authorities that refused your application. Note: Your application for an Irish visa will be refused if you do not include information about past visa refusals.
Applications for young people (aged under 18)


A visa application for a young person (aged under 18) should be made by their parent or legal guardian.

The process follows the same steps described above with some extra conditions (as below) to protect the young person's safety.


Extra conditions for young people aged under 18:

• If you are applying for one young person, make an online visa application in the young person's name and submit application documents (on their behalf) following the process described above;

• If you are applying for yourself and a young person: submit a separate online visa application and separate application documents for you and the young person;

• If your plans are the same, you may use a photocopy of the same letters, accommodation plan and finance plan for the young person;

• If your plans are different, you must provide separate documents;

• If you are applying for more than one young person: submit a separate online visa application and separate application documents for each young person. Include the original letters, accommodation plan and finance plan in one young person's application;

• If each young person's plans are the same, you may use a photocopy of the same letters, accommodation plan and finance plan for each other young person, if their plans are different, you must provide separate documents for each;



Extra application conditions for young people

• For a young person travelling with both parents or legal guardians, include: the young person's original Birth Certificate with their application documents;

• For a young person travelling with one parent or legal guardian only, include: an original letter of consent signed by the young person's other parent/legal guardian, a photocopy of the other parent/legal guardian's passport or national identity card that clearly shows their signature;

• If you applying for more than one young person, include a separate original letter & photocopy of the parent's passport/identity card with each young person's application;

• For a young person travelling with an adult who is not their parent or legal guardian, include:
an original letter of consent signed by both of the young person's parents/legal guardians, a parental letter of consent is needed even if the young person is travelling with an older family member, eg a brother or sister aged over 18, a photocopy of each parent/legal guardian's passport or national identity card that clearly shows their signature;

• If you are applying for more than one young person, include a separate original letter & photocopy of each parent's passport/identity card with each young person's application;

• For a young person travelling alone (ie without a parent or any other adult), include: an original letter of consent signed by both of the young person's parents/legal guardians, a photocopy of each parent/legal guardian's passport or national identity card that clearly shows their signature;

• If you are applying for more than one young person, include a separate original letter & photocopy of each parent's passport/identity card with each young person's application;



Special conditions for young people with one parent only:


• If you are applying for a young person where a parent is deceased: you must include the original Death Certificate of the deceased parent;

• If you applying for more than one young person, include the original Death Certificate in one application and a photocopy in each other application;

• If you are applying for a young person where one parent has sole custody: you must include the original Court Order that granted sole custody to the parent concerned;

• If you applying for more than one young person, include a separate Court Order for each individual young person (as appropriate)

Ireland tourist visa fees for citizens of India

Single entry
  • Validity: up to 3 months
  • Processing: Same day
  • Total cost: 400.00 
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Max stay and validity are at the discretion of the consulate
Ireland visa for citizens of India is required. For more information please contact the nearest Ireland embassy.



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