European Agreement On The Abolition Of Visas For Refugees

A Convention travel document refers to a travel document issued in accordance with Article 28 of the Geneva Convention relating to the Status of Refugees. Ireland only accepts Convention travel documents issued by the countries listed below. If you have a travel document for the convention issued by another country, you will need a visa. In order for the holder of such a travel document to be exempt from the Irish visa requirement for short-stays, the travel document must be issued by a European State which is a party to the “Europe Agreement on the Abolition of Visas for Refugees”.. . . .