Minors Have Free Visa in Ireland

The requirement for minors to have re-entry visas has been temporarily lifted until further notice. This applies to children under 16 who are residing in Ireland, and they must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian with proof of their status. Before traveling, it is recommended to check with the airline to ensure that the minor can board without a visa, as some airlines may still require it. If necessary, minors can apply for an entry visa at no cost.