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Travel documents required for British baby post brexit

Travel documents required for British baby post brexit

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Hi, 
Does any one know if its still valid for my baby (13 months at time of travel) to travel to Ireland from England using just a birth certificate. This was fine before but I'm not sure now that Brexit has happened :( :( :(
 I'm travelling in mid April so will need to apply for a passport for my baby soon if birth certificate wont work.
Thanks very much if anyone can help!
Ciara

Posted Sun 2 Feb 2020 9:11 PM
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Hi Ciara,

So exciting that you are coming over with your little one!

As you are traveling this year, there are no changes to be expected on documents required for traveling to Ireland.
So you don't have to worry about having to request a passport for your baby for this trip.

Where are you planning to go while you are over?


Posted Mon 3 Feb 2020 9:44 AM
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