https://visa-fees.homeoffice.gov.uk/y/u ... ernsey/all
Short-term (up to 6 months, single or multiple entry) £ 127
Longer-term (valid for up to 2 years) £ 482
Longer-term (valid for up to 5 years) £ 875
Longer-term (valid for up to 10 years) £ 1098
...а також Ukraine:mischko писал(а): ↑08 окт 2020, 19:01Наскільки мені відомо зараз є лише схема спільної візи з Ірландією. І діє вона лише для китайців та індусів. Там є умова в'їзду через Ірландію, або прямування в напрямку Ірландії, якщо в'їзд в Королівство. Власникам інших віз ніяких поблажок нема.
Short Stay Visa Waiver Programme:
Travel to Ireland using a UK visa
You may be able to visit Ireland without applying for a separate Irish visa, if you have an eligible UK (short stay) visitor visa.
Read how this works under the Short Stay Visa Waiver Programme.
How to use the visa waiver programme
In order to avail of the programme you must have landed and gained lawful entry to the UK on foot of your current UK visa, prior to undertaking the journey to Ireland.
Each distinct period of leave to remain in the UK (up to a maximum of 180 days each time) requires a prior legal entry into the UK before travel to Ireland under the programme, no matter what the duration of the UK visa.
What nationalities are covered?
Nationals of the following countries are included in the programme:
* Eastern Europe: Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Russian Federation, Serbia, Turkey and Ukraine
* Middle East: Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and theUnited Arab Emirates
* Other Asian:India, Kazakhstan, Peoples Republic of China, Thailand, Uzbekistan
http://www.inis.gov.ie/en/INIS/visa-wai ... ct2016.pdf
Temporary Suspension of Irish Short Stay Visa Waiver Programme as part of COVID-19 Measures to Restrict Travel and Protect Public Health
10 July 2020
The Minister for Justice and Equality, Helen McEntee TD, has today announced the temporary suspension of the Irish Short Stay Visa Waiver Programme (SSVWP) as part of COVID-19 measures to restrict travel and protect public health.
The Programme had allowed people visiting the United Kingdom on short stay visas to travel to Ireland. Under the agreement, the visa holders had to leave Ireland before their permission to stay in the UK ended.
The suspension of the Programme is being implemented because of a divergence in approach between Ireland and the UK in travel measures to combat the pandemic.
The Programme applies to nationals of 17 countries:
Bahrain, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, India, Kazakhstan, Kuwait, Montenegro, Oman, People's Republic of China, Qatar, Russian Federation, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, Thailand, Turkey, Ukraine, Uzbekistan.
Nationals of the affected countries will no longer be in a position to use their UK short stay visa for a visit to Ireland, but may apply separately for an Irish visa, which under current circumstances would only be accepted if it was a critical case.
It must be emphasised that this is a temporary measure, which does not affect the Common Travel Area rights of British and Irish citizens or the operation of the CTA.
The UK authorities have been notified of our intentions and do not have any concerns. The Programme is not a reciprocal arrangement. The Programme was scheduled to run to end 31 October 2021 having been extended on a number of occasions since its introduction in July, 2011.
The Government has committed to publishing a Green List of countries on 20 July 2020. This will give clarity in respect of countries which are in a similar position to Ireland in terms of the disease. People entering Ireland from Green List countries will not need to restrict their movements on arrival and the suspension may be reviewed at that time.