The requirement for re-entry visas for minors residing in Ireland has been suspended until further notice. This change applies to children under 16 years old and they must be accompanied by a parent or guardian who has legal permission to reside in Ireland. The adult accompanying the child must provide valid documentation to prove that they are the legal parent or guardian of the child. Those who wish to travel under this new policy are advised to check with their airline to ensure they will be allowed to board without a visa, as some airlines may still require one. However, minors can apply for an entry visa at no cost if needed.