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    Flying from Dublin to cebu will I need a transit visa or multiple entry visa

    I live in the north of Ireland with my Irish hubby and newborn both have Irish passports but I need a visa so what visa and what documents should be sent with it also should it be sent to the Irish embassy in london or Dublin
    We have our flights booked and I need to get this soon


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    If you are just visiting the Philippines you will be given a visa waiver for 21 days at immigration. I think this applies to Ireland.


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    What passport do you hold and how long are you going for?


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    I'm from Dublin. I enter the Philippines and get a 21 day visa on arrival as jonnijon says. I have an Irish passport. Then after 21 days you can extend your visa for two months and every two months after that , up to 2 years, as I understand from the various forums I read through. I may be wrong on that but that's what folks are saying on the forums. The visa extension costs, I think I paid 4000peso when I did it last year. But if you are staying just the 21 days then visa on arrival applies. Good luck. Patrick (yes, am also a Patrick).


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    I believe Patrick that you may be concerned with the visa requirements between NI (UK) and RoI to catch that Dublin Flight.
    Is your wife under UK immigration status or under EEA Family Permit?

    Concerning entry to Philippines when travelling with a Filipina spouse, the foreign spouse and children are given a one year Balikbayan visa-free stay. No worries on that issue.


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    My wife is.here in.the.north of Ireland.so under british rules


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    Hi Patrick, maybe if you gave us a bit more information someone could give you some proper advise.
    In your first post you say you're in Northern Ireland with your Irish hubby, and in the last post you say your wife is here in Northern Ireland.
    1. Who are you and what passport do you hold?
    2. I presume that your are in Northern Ireland but flying from Dublin (Eire).
    3. How are you getting from Northern Ireland to Dublin? If flying then surely you would be classed as "in transit" and therefore no visa would be required?

    Don't mean to be asking so many questions, but if you give us all of the information then someone who knows much more than me will be able to give you an answer.


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    I am Irish I hold a Irish passport
    My name is Patrick I live in the north of Ireland with my wife she has a phillippines passport we have flights booked from Dublin to Cebu my wife has a Uk spousal visa
    We want to drive from the north to the south of Ireland to get our flight then when after our vacation return back to the north of Ireland
    I am confused what visa my wife will need
    Will it be a transit or a re entry visa


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    Patrick, I suggest you ring this number in the Dept of Justice Dublin.

    016167700 or 1890551500.

    They deal with all visa requirements.


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    I did that today it was a talking machine press 1 for this press 2 for that
    You can't get talking to anyone on the phone numbers you give me
    I try e mailing also them so I hope they contact me


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    Quote Originally Posted by patrickm1978 View Post
    I did that today it was a talking machine press 1 for this press 2 for that
    You can't get talking to anyone on the phone numbers you give me
    I try e mailing also them so I hope they contact me
    Just be aware that unless there are special conditions within the Common Travel Area (CTA), she would normally need to a have visa.
    You need to be sure you've covered both outward and inward journeys.
    You may find no controls on the outward leg, but you'll certainly find immigration control on the return leg.

    I'd recommend you treat with some urgency.


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    Does she have 'member of EU family' on her British visa?

    If so, she should be ok and as you are both trvaelling together but it's up to Irish Immigration

    Best thing is to contact Irish Embassy in London and if you get through to them seee what they say if not suggest you apply online to Irish Embassy in London for a multiple entry visit visa to Ireland and do asap if you are travelling soon. To be 100% sure.


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