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Do You Need a Passport to Go to Ireland?

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A British Citizen does not need a passport to travel to Ireland. Nevertheless, the immigration officers in Ireland usually check the IDs of each and every passenger arriving by air from the United Kingdom and majority of the airlines do not carry passengers who have no valid form of identification.
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If you are a British citizen, you do not need a passport to enter the Republic of Ireland. A standard photographic ID is sufficient, though it is recommended that you take your passport anyhow.
Citizens of the European Union need to have a valid passport to travel to Ireland.
Citizens of UK, Ireland and Channel Islands may need a passport only for identification purposes and not as an immigration requirement however if you do not belong to this nations you need to have a valid and current passport for any entry or exit into Ireland.
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In some states, you can obtain your passport through your local post office. If yours does not offer this, then you will want to go to the local courthouse to apply for one.
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