People who live in Ireland will no longer have to apply for re-entry visas from next month.
The Department of Justice has abolished the scheme for visa required nationals, from the 13th of May.
Minister @CharlieFlanagan announces abolition of re-entry visa system. 'This new measure which will come into effect from May 13 will save over 40,000 people annually both time and money.' See full press release here https://t.co/Nn57pjhUJ5
— Department of Justice & Equality (@DeptJusticeIRL) April 12, 2019
They'll be able to use their Irish residence permit or GNIB card instead.
Over 40 thousand people will benefit from the change every year.