However, regardless of what country you are from, there are rules which govern travel and most especially there are rules that govern international travel.
Primary among them is the requirement for all travellers to apply for and obtain a travel document known as a passport.
Passports are issued by your home country, that is, the country in which you retain citizenship and declare you to be the person whom you are claiming to be and that you are indeed a citizen of the issuing country.
However, as with most legal documents, passports have an expiration date so it is imperative to keep that in mind as the years pass along.
Once your passport is nearing expiration or has already expired, there are steps you must take in order to renew your passport and reinstate its validity. For instance, for Irish Passport renewal, you will need to actually go in person to your local passport office, or if you are abroad when the passport expires, you will need to seek your nearest consulate or embassy.
In order to process your Irish Passport renewal, you will need to have the appropriate documents. For starters, you will need the Irish Passport renewal form to be completely filled out and to have the witness section signed by the appropriate party.
The witness will also need to sign the back of one of your two color passport photographs, too.
You will also need to provide proof of your Irish citizenship which can come in the form of the passport that is set to expire, or you can also use your birth certificate that indicates you were born in the country of Ireland.
Additionally, in order for your Irish Passport renewal to be complete, you will need to pay the appropriate fees and once all of this has taken place, then you just wait -- often times it takes about 4 weeks in order for you to receive your Irish Passport renewal by mail. Once you have your new passport, travel on!
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