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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.
If you’re travelling abroad, you may need a visa to enter your destination.
Answers to the most frequently asked Visa questions can be found on the Irish Immigration website.
Ireland has a Working Holiday Agreement with Andorra, which allows 25 young Andorrans annually to take extended holidays in Ireland for up to a year, and to take employment as an incidental aspect of this stay.