Prior to applying for an (Ireland Visitor Visas) short visit type ‘C’ visa, to Ireland…do make sure that you familiarize yourself with the procedure that establishes the applications being considered for short-term visas.
Every individual applying for a short stay ‘C’ visa (for single or numerous entries) has to prove they have ample strong family, economic or social connections to a residence in a nation apart from Ireland. This is to be done in order to convince the visa application assessing officer, that the estimated visit to Ireland would NOT be permanent, and in conformity with the time span & permission stipulations given by immigration authorities on entry into Ireland. The longest duration of stay permitted within a short term ‘C’ visa, is 90 days.
The duty of proving connections with a nation, other than Ireland, lies with you, the applicant. The proofs have to be satisfactory to the visa officer. This officer can validate any submitted evidence, supporting your application.
No one is entitled to a visa, neither is there any one type of circumstances or documents of application, which would assure an application’s approval. Although, the supporting documents usually required for an application, are established under the ‘Guide to Supporting Documentation’ for every kind of short stay ‘C’ visa.
While assessing applications, any visa officer might consider the following matters:
In case you have a history of severe crimes or a history of serious breaches of Irish or UK immigration law…then those can, by themselves, be causes of visa refusal.
If any incorrect or misleading information is submitted or the supporting documentation of your application is false, then it can result in the denial of your application with no right of appeal. Also, it might result in prevention of you making additional visa applications to Ireland, for the duration of five years.
This is the standard in many nations.
In short, you would need to show the following clearly:
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