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A visa is a certificate in your passport or travel document that shows you're authorised to land in a country. However, there may be a number of other conditions you need to meet before you'll be allowed to enter that country
People from certain countries need a visa to enter Ireland. Find out more about applying for an Irish visa.
The J1 Working Holiday Agreement between Ireland and the US allows certain categories of Irish and US citizens to work and travel in each country for up to 12 months
A visa or ESTA (Electronic System for Travel Authorisation) may be required if you are an Irish citizen travelling to the USA.
If you're travelling to certain other countries, you may need a visa for your destination.