Convention Travel Documents

A holder of a Convention travel document may not be subject to an Irish visa requirement for short stays of up to 90 days in Ireland.

A Convention travel document refers to a travel document issued in accordance with Article 28 of the Geneva Convention.

In order for the holder of such a travel document to be exempt from an Irish visa requirement for short stays, the travel document must be issued by a European State which is a contracting party to the "European Agreement on the Abolition of Visas for Refugees".

Ireland accepts Convention travel documents issued by the countries listed below only.  If you possess a Convention travel document issued by another country, you will require a visa.

 

Belgium

Malta,

Czech Republic

Netherlands,

Denmark

Norway,

Finland

Poland,

Germany,

Portugal,

Hungary,

Romania,

Iceland,

Slovak Republic,

Italy,

Spain,

Liechtenstein,

Sweden,

Luxembourg,

Switzerland