Applying for a visa for Ireland
The geographical island of Ireland contains two separate legal jurisdictions comprising the sovereign independent state of Ireland (Republic of Ireland) and Northern Ireland (which is part of the United Kingdom).
Even if you have a UK visa, you may still need a separate visa to travel to the Republic of Ireland as it is a separate country to the UK. Ireland is also not part of the Schengen agreement and a separate visa is required.
ISAS has outlined the main details below but you should go through the Embassy Ireland website thoroughly for full details and information - https://www.dfa.ie/irish-embassy/great-britain/
If you need to obtain a visa for the Republic of Ireland, we can check your application and documents but we cannot apply on your behalf. We can answer general questions but you may have to contact the embassy directly if you have more specific questions.