, 2014

British-Irish Visa Scheme

Chinese and Indian nationals can visit the UK and Ireland using a single visa when traveling on certain short stay and visitor visas. The scheme will start in China by the end of October 2014 and in India soon afterwards.

Under the British-Irish visa scheme, some Irish short stay visas will allow onward travel to the UK and some UK visitor visas will allow onward travel to Ireland. For example, under the scheme an Indian or Chinese visitor in Dublin will be able to make a short trip to London or Belfast without needing a separate visa. Alternatively an Indian or Chinese visitor in London could travel to Dublin or Cork.

Only eligible Irish short stay visas applied for after the scheme starts are covered by the scheme.

All Indian and Chinese nationals who hold an eligible UK visitor visa (except ‘visitor in transit’ and ‘visitor for marriage or civil partnership’) are covered by the scheme. Currently the scheme only applies to Indian and Chinese nationals.

*Above article was extracted from https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/british-irish-visa-scheme/british-irish-visa-scheme

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