Free Visas for Minors in Ireland

The requirement for re-entry visas for minors who are residents in Ireland has been suspended until further notice. The new rules apply to children under 16 years old and they must be accompanied by a parent or guardian who has legal permission to stay in Ireland. The accompanying adult should provide suitable documentation to prove their relationship with the child. Before travelling, individuals should confirm with their airline if they will allow minors to board without a visa. It is recommended that minors apply for an entry visa, which will be processed free of charge.