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By: George Dillon

Sat, 18 Sep 2010 18:36:55 +0000

As many incidents at Dublin Airport have shown, the surefire way to get thru Irish immigration is to tear up your passport while still in the plane and flush it down the commode. Then claim asylum when you go thru immigration. They have to let you in.

By: Donovan Pope

Thu, 13 Aug 2009 19:34:20 +0000

Im glad you posted this list. Im sure I will refer back to it several times when Im preparing for my trip. Most of them seem easy enough. The only tricky one I noticed is this: 9. "Be prepared to show you have the funds to cover the entire length of your stay (this one seems tricky… especially since carrying documents with sensitive bank account information could be risky… one thought is to put a digital copy on your camera’s memory card or email a copy to yourself… however, there is no guarantee officials will accept this form of documentation)". I wonder if just showing them a few credit cards / bank cards will suffice....? Rosetta Stone, here I come. =)

By: Thomas G. Byrne

Thu, 30 Jul 2009 14:20:26 +0000

Excellent info. I try to fill out the required forms as early in the flight as I can rather than waiting until I arrive in Ireland. That way I'm not doing stuff with a jetlagged brain! Worked nicely for me earlier this year on a European vacation with my nephew's secondary school. I breezed through...they were all delayed.

By: Noreen Bowden

Thu, 30 Jul 2009 05:35:00 +0000

That's great you've posted this. I had previously searched in vain for the requirements for visiting tourists from non-visa-required countries. A garda spokesperson told RTE that the requirements were well-publicised and on the the Department of Justice's website, but I couldn't find them anywhere... I wonder why they didn't outline them as clearly as you have. In any case, it's good you provided the clarity that was obviously needed. Hopefully this will reassure nervous travellers and prevent other people from having similar problems! Thanks!