A: The Corn Exchange, Burgh Quay, Dublin 2, D02 K188. DX 203017, Wellington Quay.
T: (01) 671 56 18
F: (01) 671 56 29

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The Immigration Service Delivery (ISD)’s Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) Document on the Impact of COVID-19 on Immigration and International Protection was updated on the 22/04/2021 with the following information in relation to Re-Entry Visas:

Re-entry visas

Q 13. Can I still apply for a re-entry visa?

A. Yes. Normal processing of re-entry visa applications has recommenced. For further details on how to apply for a re-entry visa and to download application forms please see http://www.inis.gov.ie/en/INIS/Pages/Re-entry+visas

Q 14. Does the Notice extend my re-entry visa?

A. No. The extension you received relates only to your permission to remain in Ireland and does not extend to your permission to enter Ireland without a valid visa, if you are a visa required national. You must now contact your nearest Irish Embassy or Consular Office abroad to enquire about making a visa application on-line in order to return to Ireland. Should you have queries concerning your visa application, please contact visamail@justice.ie.

Q 15. Can I attend at Burgh Quay to submit a re-entry visa application or to collect documents in respect of an adult or a child?

A. No. Re-entry Visa applicants are asked not to attend our office at 13-14 Burgh Quay as the service we provide is strictly a postal service. All re-entry visa applications must be submitted by Registered Post to the address on the application form. Application forms may be downloaded fromhttp://www.inis.gov.ie/en/INIS/Pages/Re-entry+visas

See: http://www.inis.gov.ie/en/INIS/Immigration-Service-Delivery-Covid-19-FAQ4.pdf/Files/Immigration-Service-Delivery-Covid-19-FAQ4.pdf