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Wedding in Ireland

Discussion in 'Europe Wide Visa Discussions' started by DJB, Sep 26, 2020.

  1. DJB

    DJB Active Member

    So my eldest Daughter has decided to get Married in Ireland planned date is Sept 2022. She originally
    had planned this for the UK but because her fella is Irish decided on an Irish wedding.

    So I originally planned to spend a month in the UK with my Filipina and her Daughter, do the wedding and then some sightseeing around the UK
    UK Visa should not be a problem as my GF has had one before no problems.

    Now I have to think about a Shengen visa for the girls for Ireland, its going to be for a maximum of 2 days in Ireland and I am sorely tempted to just jump on the ferry from Holyhead because I have done this route countless times and never been asked for passports.

    Has anyone else done this?
  2. Br28016

    Br28016 Active Member Trusted Member

    Would be more tempted to do Liverpool Belfast and drive across the border. Think that is lower risk as definitely staying within UK for the ferry which is biggest chance of encountering immigration.

    Would need to check insurance requirements if taking car to Ireland post Brexit in December.

    Ireland isn't Schengen visa. They have a standalone separate visa requirement.
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