Postage to republic of ireland: Ireland sending guide | Royal Mail

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Ireland sending guide | Royal Mail

Here is an indication of prohibited items for mailing to Ireland. For further information, or further clarification please refer to the AN Post website

Please also refer to the Universal Postal Union – UPU – prohibitions and restrictions full list

You must not send any item addressed to a country in which the item is unlawful or prohibited. When an item is restricted you must comply with the restriction. Prohibitions and restrictions vary from country to country, and can sometimes apply to items which you may think are ordinary.

The information below is provided in good faith, but Royal Mail is not responsible for it, and it should be viewed as a guide only. Specific restrictions and changes may be enforced at short notice, so for clarification please contact the destination country’s trade, postal, and customs authorities as appropriate. Business customers are strongly recommended to do this.

Please remember that Royal Mail also prohibits and restricts certain categories of items. For more information visit royalmail.com/prohibitedgoods

Prohibited items

Prohibited products are not permitted in the mail under any circumstances

  • All Live animals
  • Live fish, crustaceans, molluscs, poisonous fish or parts thereof. Fish products containing biotoxins. Dead uneviscerated fish.
  • Dairy produce; birds’ eggs; natural honey; edible products of animal origin, not elsewhere specified or included
  • Butter, cream, margarine or milk, where they have been adulterated or impoverished.

The ROI Department of Health should be contacted. Applies only to imports from non-European Community countries.

  • Organic chemicals
  • Narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances.
  • Pharmaceutical products
  • Narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances.
  • Furskins and artificial fur; manufactures thereof
  • Seal pups’ skins
  • Printed books, newspapers, pictures and other products of the printing industry; manuscripts, typescripts and plans
  • Indecent or obscene books.
  • Counterfeits of legal tender notes, consolidated bank notes and fictitious stamps.
  • Indecent or obscene cards.
  • Indecent or obscene photographs.
  • Electrical machinery and equipment and parts thereof; sound recorders and reproducers; television image and sound recorders and reproducers and parts and accessories of such articles
  • All citizen band radios capable of amplitude modulation (A.M.).

Restricted items

The following items must be sent by ‘Registered’ mail – Royal Mail International Tracked & Signed
 

  • Cash & Coins
  • Jewellery or Precious Metals
  • Bank Drafts/Sterling Drafts
  • Passports
  • Vouchers with a monetary face value (excluding Postage stamps are excluded).  

General Note #
The (#) symbol below indicates that the provision only applies to the movement of goods between Ireland and non-European Community Member countries

  • Live animals; animal products

General Note
A permit may be required
For importation from all countries the ROI Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry should be contacted for more information.

A licence from the Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry is required.

  • Meat and edible meat offal. See General Notes Live animals; animal products entry above
  • Animal/poultry carcasses

The Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry should be contacted.

  • Cetacean (Whale) products

A licence from the Office of Public Works (National Parks and Wildlife Service).

  • Fish and crustaceans, molluscs and other aquatic invertebrates

A licence from the Department of the Marine is required.

  • Endangered species of marine plant or aquatic life

A permit or certificate is required from the office of Public Works (National Parks and Wildlife Service).

  • Dairy produce; birds’ eggs; natural honey; edible products of animal origin, not elsewhere specified or included. See General Notes Live animals; animal products entry above

The ROI Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry should be contacted.

  • Products of animal origin, not elsewhere specified or included
  • Semen of cattle

The ROI Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry should be contacted.

  • Products of fish, crustaceans, molluscs or other aquatic invertebrates

A licence from the ROI Department of the Marine is required.

  • Semen of: a sheep, goats, swine and horses; b dogs, cats, and all ruminating animals, except cattle, sheep and goats; c domestic fouls, turkeys, geese, ducks, guinea-fouls, partridges, pheasants and pigeons.

The ROI Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry should be contacted.

For all items listed below * The ROI Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry should be contacted for further information.

  • Live trees and other plants; bulbs, roots and the like; cut flowers and ornamental foliage.
  • *Bulbs, tubers, tuberous roots, corms, crowns and rhizomes dormant, in growth or in flower, chicory plants and roots,  * certain roots may be imported without restriction.
  • *Other live plants (including their roots), cuttings and slips, mushroom spawn and soil samples.
  • *Cut flowers and flower buds of a kind suitable for bouquets or for ornamental purposes, fresh, dried, dyed, bleached, impregnated or otherwise prepared.
  • Edible vegetables and certain roots and tubers
  • *Tomatoes, fresh or chilled Potatoes, fresh or chilled, frozen or dried.
  • Edible fruit and nuts; peel of citrus fruit or melons
  • *Grapes, fresh or dried. Apples, fresh
  • Coffee, tea, maté and spices. See General Note #
  • Tea: other than in intra-Community trade:

a Unfit for human consumption;
b exhausted or mixed with other substances.

The ROI Department of Health should be contacted.

  • Cereals
  • Cereal seed of second generation (i.e. C 2 seed) is prohibited from all countries.

For further information contact the ROI Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry.

  • Oil seeds and oleaginous fruits; miscellaneous grains, seeds and fruit; industrial or medicinal plants; straw and fodder
  • Hay and straw including hay and straw used for packing. See General Note #

For further information contact the ROI Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry

  • Animal or vegetable fats (including lard) and oils and their cleavage products; prepared edible fats, animal or vegetable waxes
  • Fats (including lard) etc

For further information contact the ROI Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry.

For further information contact the ROI Department of Health

  • Prepared foodstuffs; beverages, spirits and vinegar; tobacco and manufactured tobacco substitutes
  • Preparations of meat, of fish or of crustaceans, molluscs or other aquatic invertebrates
  • Blood products from animals or carcasses of animals

For further information contact the ROI Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry.

  • Sugars and sugar confectionery

Cane or beet sugar and chemically pure sucrose, in solid form; other sugars, including chemically pure lactose, maltose, glucose and fructose, in solid form; sugar syrups not containing added flavouring or colouring matter; artificial honey, whether or not mixed with natural honey; molasses resulting from the extraction or refining of sugar.
A licence from the ROI Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry is required.

  • Residues and waste from the food industries; prepared animal fodder
  • Animal products, i.e. meat meal, meat and bone meal or bone meal

For further information contact the ROI Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry.

  • Tobacco products (oral/smokeless)

The ROI Department of Health should be contacted.

  • Mineral fuels, mineral oils and products of their distillation; bituminous substances; mineral waxes
  • Peat (including peat litter) whether or not agglomerated. See General Note #

For further information contact the ROI Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry.

  • Products of the chemical or allied industries
  • Inorganic chemicals; organic or inorganic compounds of precious metals, of rare-earth metals, of radioactive elements or of isotopes
  • Radioactive materials are prohibited to be imported except under licence

A licence is required by the Radiological Protection Institute of Ireland

  • Organic chemicals
  • Organic chemicals (for animals)

Substances having growth promoting effects on animals
These may, in certain cases, be imported under licence from the ROI Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry but the latter should be contacted prior to importation in all circumstances.

  • Pharmaceutical products
  • Medical products
  • Medicinal products for human use are prohibited except in accordance with a product authorisation granted by the ROI Minister of Health

The ROI Department of Health should be consulted.

  • Medicinal products being imported from countries other than Member States of the European Community are prohibited except:

a in the case of products for human use, by persons holding an appropriate manufacturing licence granted by the Minister for Health.
b in the case of products for animal use, by persons holding an appropriate manufacturers’ licence granted by the National Drugs Advisory Board.

  • Pharmaceutical products (for animals)

Vaccines and sera
a Anti-swine fever serum vaccine
b Aujeszkys disease vaccine
c Fowl pest vaccine
d Gumboro disease vaccine
For further information contact the ROI Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry.

  • Explosives; pyrotechnic products; matches; pyrophoric alloys; certain combustible preparations
  • All explosives.

Firearms, ammunition and component parts for the same
A licence from the Department of Justice is required.

Explosives and dangerous substances viz gunpowder, nitroglycerine, dynamite, gun cotton, blasting powders, fulminate of mercury or other metals, coloured flares, fog signals, fireworks, fuses, rockets, percussion caps, detonators, cartridges, ammunition of all descriptions, ammonium nitrate, sodium chlorate, nitrobenzine and potassium nitrate

A licence from the ROI Minister of Justice is required.

  • Matches made with white phosphorous
  • Miscellaneous chemical products
  • Substances having growth promoting effect on animals

For further information contact the ROI Department of Agriculture

  • Furskins and artificial fur; manufactures thereof
  • Cetacean (Whale) products

A licence from the ROI Office of Public Works (National Parks and Wildlife Service) is required.

  • Endangered species of wild fauna

A permit or certificate is required from the ROI Office of Public Works (National Parks and Wildlife Service).

A permit or certificate is required from the ROI Office of Public Works (National Parks and Wildlife Service).

  • Wood and articles of wood; wood charcoal
  • Coniferous wood

Coniferous woods originating in Canada, United States of America, Japan, China or Korea must be kiln- dried to below 20% moisture content. All other coniferous woods which does not comply with Directive 91/683/EEC, must either be completely devoid of bark or kiln-dried.
For further information contact the ROI Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry.

  • Printed books, newspapers, pictures and other products of the printing industry; manuscripts, typescripts and plans
  • Books and periodical publications.

Books and periodical publications which have been made the subject of Prohibitions Orders under the Censorship of Publications Acts 1929 to 1967 are prohibited to be imported except under licence

A licence is required by the ROI Department of Justice.

  • Wool, fine or coarse animal hair; horsehair yarn and woven fabric
  • Wool.

Wool, raw hides and skins are permitted under licence or general authorisation
The ROI department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry, should be contacted if further information is required.

  • Natural or cultured pearls, precious or semi-precious stones, precious metals, metals clad with precious metal and articles thereof; imitation jewellery; coin
  • Plate, i.e. articles of gold or silver, with certain exceptions, not bearing Irish Assay marks. See General Note #

The ROI Assay office, Dublin Castle, Dublin 2 should be contacted.

  • Coins, counterfeit and imitation – False money, counterfeit sterling and imitation coins.
  • Articles of iron and steel
  • Traps, snares (of iron or steel wire).

Importation of traps, snares etc for filling, taking or trapping wild animals requires a licence from the ROI Office of Public Works (National Parks and Wildlife service).

  • Electrical machinery and equipment and parts thereof; sound recorders and reproducers; television image and sound recorders and reproducers and parts and accessories of such articles
  • Video recordings.

The importation of a video recording which contains a video work for which a prohibition order is in force is prohibited, except under and in accordance with a permit
A permit is required by the ROI Department of Justice.

  • Optical, photographic, cinematographic, measuring, checking, precision, medical or surgical instruments and apparatus; clocks and watches; musical instruments; parts and accessories thereof
  • Clocks and watches and parts thereof. See General Note #

Clocks and watches, or any article of metal impressed with any mark or stamp representing, or in imitation of any legal assay mark or stamp or purporting by any mark or appearance to be the manufacture of Ireland.

  • Arms and ammunition; parts and accessories thereof
  • Firearms, ammunition and component parts for the same

A licence from the Department of Justice is required.

Explosives and dangerous substances viz gunpowder, nitroglycerine, dynamite, gun cotton, blasting powders, fulminate of mercury or other metals, coloured flares, fog signals, fireworks, fuses, rockets, percussion caps, detonators, cartridges, ammunition of all descriptions, ammonium nitrate, sodium chlorate, nitrobenzine and potassium nitrate

A licence from the ROI Minister of Justice is required.

  • Miscellaneous manufactured articles
  • Butane gas lighters

Butane gas lighters of seamless steel are admitted when the average content of each lighter does not exceed 3.725 g of butane and the filling ration is such that at 45˚C the butane container is not more than 95% full. No more than 48 lighters containing a maximum of 180 g of butane gas may be transmitted in one postal packet. The lighters must be without operating levers and tightly packed so as to prevent any movement during transit. Each type of lighter and method of packing must receive individual approval.

Shipping to Ireland | Ship to Ireland from USA

Shipping to Ireland

Ship packages to Ireland quickly and cheaply with Parcel Monkey.

If you have a package to ship from the US to Ireland, our price comparison service will save you time and money. Just get a quote through the Parcel Monkey shipping calculator to compare prices and book a discounted service with one of our reputable international courier partners.  


Shipping cost to Ireland

The cost of shipping to Ireland from the US will vary depending on the size and weight of your package and how quickly you need it to arrive.

The cheapest way to ship to Ireland from the US is via an economy tracked mail service such as EMS Parcel Post or EU Parcel. These delivery services have longer transit times than a traditional courier service but offer excellent value for money if transit time isn’t a priority.

To get a quote and compare prices for shipping to Ireland, enter the weight and dimensions of your parcel into our free shipping calculator.  


Ireland courier services

You can ship to Ireland from the US in as little as 1-3 business days with an expedited courier service or 10-16 business days with an economy service.

Here are some examples of the discounted Ireland shipping services you can book through Parcel Monkey:

Economy shipping to Ireland

  • EU Parcel Drop Off – This service offers the cheapest way to ship to Ireland from the USA, with a delivery time of 4 to 14 business days. EU Parcel is available as a drop-off or a collected service.
  • International Drop Off – An affordable courier service that comes with full tracking and offers delivery from the US to Ireland in 2-5 business days.

Expedited shipping to Ireland    

  • International Priority Drop Off – This Parcel Monkey own-brand service is competitively priced and uses the expertise of renowned carriers to provide a fully tracked express delivery service to Ireland for a fraction of the cost. With a delivery time of 1-3 business days, this is a great solution for express delivery on a budget.  

Customs Information

You will be required to provide a customs declaration form when shipping to Ireland from the USA.

Duties and taxes may be applied to your package when it reaches Ireland. Please ensure you provide contact details for the recipient so customs can contact them for payment.

You can find out more information on customs duty and exporting to Ireland here.

Prohibited items

Ireland has a standard list of restrictions and prohibitions consistent with much of the rest of the EU in that plant material (alive or not) are restricted, also tobacco products, plastic kitchenware made in China and electronic cigarettes and citizen band radios. You should also check the current documentation requirements for jewelry.

View our full list of prohibited goods

Royal Mail Postage to Ireland Prices: e-Commerce Guide

As an individual or business that needs to send a package from the UK to Ireland, you may have some trouble deciding how to deliver your packages and getting a fast quote. As so many options are now available, it can be hard to find the most reliable and affordable offer. There are a few customs formalities that you need to complete. As a result, you will have to fill some official forms however, it is a quite straightforward and quick process that you can complete yourself, at no extra cost.

In addition, the good news is that you will not need to pay VAT on your shipments.¹ Royal Mail is a reliable service that your business can depend on to ship parcels to Ireland. Royal Mail postage to Ireland prices are affordable, and the amazing service will give you peace of mind.

Royal Mail specializes in pallet and package shipping services to all destinations in Europe. The company has helped many businesses in UK ship packages from the UK to Ireland, and it can understand your needs and preferences better. Affordable Royal Mail postage to Ireland prices will improve your company’s bottom line.

We will discuss Royal Mail postage to Ireland prices and also demonstrate how you can save money by using Wise when sending and receiving international transfers.

What to Keep In Mind When Sending a Parcel to Ireland

Here are some important things to keep in mind when sending a package to Ireland:

Major Shipping Routes

Note that in Ireland, the biggest container terminal is the famous Port of Dublin. The port is almost halfway down the East coast and accounts for nearly 50 percent of Ireland’s trade. As it is located in the heart of Ireland’s rail and road network, it is very accessible to other parts of the country. The other main container terminal in Ireland is the Port of Cork. This port is located on the South coast. Keep in mind that it is highly likely that your package will be shipped to one of these two ports before it goes by train or truck to your customer’s home.

Shipping Time Considerations

Keep in mind that between completing the paperwork and forms, perfecting your packaging, cross-border delivery, and customs clearance, it can take anywhere a few days up to a couple of weeks to get your parcel delivered to your customer in Ireland. This might not be of much concern if you are flexible, and the package does not need to arrive on an exact date.²

Cost Considerations

You may know that imported items in Ireland are often overpriced on the local market. In addition, this is often true when it comes to imported alcohol, a few brands of chocolates, and electronics. You should, however, also consider the total costs of International shipping, insurance, packaging, and taxes or duties.

Customs

If you use Royal Mail to ship your products to Ireland, your shipping company will help you through the customs process. As a result, you will not have to tackle all the complex paperwork on your own. Note that you will have to create a comprehensive inventory of all the goods that you are bringing into Ireland, and you should be as specific and accurate as possible.

If Irish customs officials have any uncertainties or doubts about what is coming into their country, then they have the legal right to open as well as physically inspect your package. Taxes and customs duties often depend on where you are shipping from.³

How Much Does It Cost To Send A Parcel To Ireland?

International Tracked and Signed

With this Royal Mail service, you can deliver your products to Ireland within three to four days. You will receive tracking services to the delivery point and also receive online delivery confirmation. You can enjoy free returns for all undelivered items. It will cost you £6.41 to deliver a package weighing 2 kg.⁴

International Tracked

With this Royal Mail service, you can deliver your products to Ireland within three to five days. You will receive tracking services to the delivery point and also receive online delivery confirmation. You can enjoy free returns for all undelivered items. It will cost you £7.69 to deliver a package weighing 2 kg.

International Standard

This service is more affordable, and you can deliver a package weighing 2 kg for just £1.42. You can deliver your package to Ireland within three to five days, but this service does not offer tracking service and online delivery confirmation.

How to Send a Parcel to Ireland

Step 1: Addressing Your Parcel

Ireland has had a new 7-digit postcode system since 2015. Note that this postcode must appear in the line 2nd from the last in your customer’s address, right above the destination word “IRELAND.”⁵

Step 2: Restricted and Prohibited Items

The typical prohibitions and restrictions are applicable when sending a package to Ireland. This includes prohibitions on narcotics and live animals and restrictions on passports and cash.

Step 3: Customs

You do not have to pay customs duties for sending parcels to Ireland from an EU country, such as the United Kingdom, and no specific paperwork is needed. However, there are a few exceptions to this, including Gibraltar and the Channel Islands.

How to Save Money on International Payments

As an online seller, you need a partner to optimise payments to your suppliers, collect payments from your clients, process refunds or simply transfer your profit from PayPal or other merchant accounts to your local bank account. All of these can be done using traditional banks, however, it’s hard to find a bank that will not take over 5% of your money on transfer fees.

Luckily, Wise provides a simple solution. Here are the ways you can save money using Wise:

  1. Receive foreign currencies for free using the multi-currency account.
  2. Avoid exchange rate mark-up most banks or providers charge so you’ll end up getting more from the money you send and receive internationally.
  3. Fair and reasonable service fees as well as mid-market rates – a main market differentiator – cheaper payments to vendors and suppliers abroad.

Wise never hides extra fees and charges in its exchange rate. On the other hand, some banks charge exchange rate mark-up, which is why they are not the best option for sending and receiving international transfers. The company uses the exchange rate that is independently provided by Reuters. And this means fair, transparent and low-cost transfers for your business, every time.

Here are some additional benefits of using Wise:

  • Enjoy instant or next-day delivery for a majority of currencies
  • Integration with Xero and Quickbooks to ease your accounting process
  • Multi-currency debit card for faster and convenient payments
  • Transaction costs are always transparent.
  • Simple-to-use app

Summary

If you have to ship a package or parcel from the United Kingdom to your customers in Ireland, Royal Mail is one of your best options. You just have to prepare your package or parcel for shipping. After collection, you may also track the progress of your shipment online.

Start saving today with Wise


Sources:

  1. Blog post
  2. Royal Mail website
  3. Ireland – Customs and Borders
  4. Royal Mail website

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Postage to Ireland | Send Parcels to Ireland | Parcel Delivery to Ireland

Sharing the UK’s only land border, Ireland is the closest trading partner in terms of distance alone.

With a population of 4.6 million people, the Republic of Ireland is only 29th in size for European markets, however, the geography of the Republic makes all shoppers highly accessible and is one of the UK’s most popular trading partners.

Due to its close proximity, strong transport links, an open economy, language, and cultural similarities, doing business in Ireland is a common first step for many UK based businesses when they begin exporting overseas. It was the UK’s fifth-largest trading partner in 2018 and the 10th largest source of imports. 

Arranging parcel deliveries to Ireland with Whistl can be fast and affordable thanks to the relatively short distance and strong transport links. We offer a wide range of reliable mail and parcel delivery solutions to Ireland that will suit your needs. With expert knowledge of the market and strong partnerships with key network providers, Whistl can support your business in creating successful delivery solutions to this market.  

Irish Trading and Postal Statistics

In 2018, UK exports to Ireland were worth £35.1 billion; imports from Ireland were £21.6 billion. Ireland accounted for 5.5% of UK exports and 3.2% of its import market, making it the fifth and ninth-largest export and import partner respectively. Such a strong relationship that continues to grow means there is a lot of opportunity and benefits for businesses in both countries.

In 2018, An Post the national postal service reported a 7% increase in revenue, at €897 million. Though there had been a decline in its traditional mail business, this was dramatically offset by a 40% rise in the parcel volumes, with over 42 million parcels were delivered. 

Parcel growth for the Republic of Ireland in 2018 was aided by e-commerce purchases especially within key calendar events, with a record-breaking Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and for the Christmas period. 

If you are looking to send mail or parcels to Ireland, Whistl is the delivery partner of choice, we offer flexible international parcel delivery solutions to meet your needs.

Arrange Parcel Delivery to Ireland with Whistl

Convenient collection times, fast and reliable parcel delivery are all part of our delivery solutions, we make the whole process easy by collecting, transporting, sorting and delivering your customers items to the Emerald Isle, with a complete range of services for tracked, standard and express delivery options available, we find the right solution for your business.

 

Ireland Parcel Delivery | Parcelforce Worldwide

General Advice

  • In order to ensure a delivery on time, please ensure that your parcel has the full, correct address, an email address in the correct format and a mobile or landline number for the intended recipient. This will help the delivery partner to ensure the parcel is delivered correct first time. This should be clearly marked on the parcel.
  • Ireland is migrating to a new postcode system called ‘Eircode‘. The new system is based on a ruleset derived from a routing key (i.e. Area) and a unique identifier (i.e. a house / business). This differs greatly from the old postcode system used which makes getting the correct postcode on the parcel critical to it being delivered on time. 
  • Timescales shown above do not include delays caused by destination country customs processes. Please be aware that customs could add additional time to your parcel delivery.

Product Specific Advice

  • The definition of ‘working days’ and other important information can be found here

    globalexpress parcels

  • To avoid delivery / customs issues, our carrier partners request that a full name is mandatory for globalexpress parcels (e.g. Mr John Smith)
  • globalexpress transit times are based upon collection times, sender and recipient locations.
  • For details, please use the globalexpress calculator in the section at the end of this page.

[Note for awareness: the globalexpress calculator illustrates delivery speeds for parcels sent by account customers; parcels sent by retail channels may take longer and depend on posting method]

Customs, Prohibitions and Restrictions

  • Exporting to Ireland requires customs paperwork for most items from 01 January 2021
  • In order to confirm that your items are not prohibited or restricted, please check our dedicated page here
  • For specific customs advice and the latest rules please visit the Irish customs website
  • For additional UPU advice on prohibited and restricted items, please download the UPU guide here

This is for information only and should not be considered to have legal basis. Where doubt exists appropriate legal advice should be sought.

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How does it work? The online shipping platform Parcel ABC brings together thousands of international and local carriers on whose vehicles Parcel ABC rummages around for available space and puts it to good use. This enables you to send shipments both large and small (even extremely urgent, if needed). Parcel ABC is always seeking to unearth space available on one or another carrier’s vehicles. The unique system of the Parcel ABC platform allows us to offer you especially good prices for shipping services from Czech Republic to Ireland and also enables us to ensure the quality of such services in case you need an urgent delivery from Czech Republic to Ireland.

 
Security is a particularly crucial aspect of delivery, whether you are shipping a heart-warming gift or a truly expensive item. All shipments sent via the Parcel ABC platform from Czech Republic to Ireland are covered not only by standard insurance (€25) but also by Parcel ABC insurance.

 
Once you have used Parcel ABC, you will realise outright that it is a convenient and carefree way to have your shipment sent. The duration? It can take as little as a single day – it depends where you are sending your shipment. Next time you’re in need of a delivery service, you probably won’t have to think twice to decide who to entrust your shipment to. Some couriers render fast shipping services from Czech Republic to Ireland, some couriers are known for their distinctive flexibility of delivery modes, while other shipping agencies’ services are simply cheap, not to forget the humble postal service. But what are those of us supposed to do who just want their shipments from Czech Republic to Ireland to reach the addressee swiftly, securely and, understandably, at an acceptable price? By bringing into play its own unparalleled shipping system, Parcel ABC has resolved this conundrum and transformed it into reality. The Parcel ABC platform brings together a multitude of local and international carriers and always selects the best shipment transportation routes. This means you won’t have to waste your precious time searching for information and comparing prices in quest of the cheapest service.

 

In just a few clicks on the Parcel ABC platform’s website you will get access to shipping information about the final shipment transportation price and the selected shipping agency, you will learn when the couriers will collect and deliver the shipments from Czech Republic to Ireland, and you will also be able to select the most convenient payment method to pay for the services. You will shortly thereafter be emailed with a message with all the shipping information you need. Parcel ABC asks just one question – what are you going to send today?

 


To view the ParcelABC pricelist, all you have to do is to enter your destination, the place from which the parcel will be sent and its weight and size. Then the prices valid for the given route offered by our company will be shown. For comparison, we also display the amount you need to pay with other carriers, which allows customers to make an informed choice. The cost of delivery depends on the size and weight of the package, as well as on the distance between the cities. What is important, we also carry out express parcels on interstate routes. We treat it as a priority and therefore deliver it as soon as possible. The cost of such a service will also appear in the list. However, it should be mentioned that express delivery means is more expensive. All prices include fuel charges and insurance of 25 €. If you are looking for the cheapest offer, order ParcelABC courier and send your parcel with us.


Our cheap courier usually needs an average of 19 days to deliver goods between these countries. The delivery period depends mainly on the distance. However, we would like to remind you that you can always choose express delivery. Then the time needed for delivery shortens even to a few hours. Fast shipment in the vast majority of cases is delivered to the recipient’s hands in 1-2 business days. Anyone who sends a package through our platform can also track its location on a regular basis. This makes it easier to both determine the exact date of delivery of the package to the recipient, as well as find it if lost.


Each courier company has regulations, and in it a list of goods that it does not transport. Such a list is created for several reasons, including due to international regulations, fairly frequent use of air transport and simply practicality. ParcelABC, like most other carriers, does not transport hazardous materials and substances, including ammunition, weapons, acids, mercury, bacteria or viruses. Such goods may damage other parcels. In addition, our courier will not accept parcels that contain prescription drugs, alcohol, tobacco, cigarettes, perishable goods or original works of art. The creation of such a list was also dictated by the fact that we cooperate with various carriers, such as UPS, IMX, InPost FedEx, DHL, DPD, TNT, ASM or TRANSIMEKSA, who have their own regulations that we try to adapt to. If in doubt, read the tab at the bottom of the page or send us a question via the form or contact us by phone. Finally, we would like to remind you that each country has its own law and customs regulations. It is worth getting familiar with them before shipping. The package can be checked at the border. If a prohibited item is inside, the shipment will most likely be returned to the sender and, in extreme cases, it may be confiscated by customs. Once you manage to determine what you can send in the package, order the shipment.


The distance that separates these countries is exactly 1638 kilometers. Our cheap courier is always trying to deliver parcels as quickly and cheaply as possible. Up to now 143 people from Czech Republic have decided to use our service. The most frequently used payment methods were Paysera – 56%, PayPal – 41%, Credit card, E-wallet – 3%. It is worth noting that, although all parcels sent via ParcelABC have free insurance of 25 euros, you can increase this amount up to 5000 euros. This service is frequently used by those who send valuable items, so the customer does not have to worry about any damage during transportation, because, should there be issues, he will receive a refund. The purchase of such insurance has so far been decided by 23% of clients from Czech Republic. The average price paid by customers was 13 EUR, 15.525 USD, 11.2965 GBP, 59.3333 PLN, 435.1196 UAH, 1178.4241 RUB, 20.3256 AUD, 96.682 DKK, 40.9432 BYN, 4671.9158 HUF.


In order for the shipment to reach the recipient unscathed, it should be packed in the best possible way, which will minimize the impact of any shocks that may occur during transport. The most important element is the right box, which should be stiff. Secure the product with bubble wrap, which will always provide adequate cushioning. If after leaving the item inside the package there is still free space, fill it with soft material so that nothing inside can move loosely. When sealing the parcel, remember to attach the bill of lading in a visible place. We send such a label to an e-mail address and we provide it in the client’s printable panel.

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“Ireland Mailing Address Formats (snail mail)”

An easy-to-understand guide,
but outdated or potentially misleading on two points:


An Post

Ireland’s national postal service.

Selected address formatting guidelines from the An Post website as of 2017, with additions for mailing from outside Ireland to Irish addresses:

  • For a few cities (Dublin and Cork) there may be a one or two digit zone number. This is completely different from the postcode/’Eircode’. For the least confusion, write it on the address’s city line, after the city name. (Some people might write the zone number after the street name, but that could be more confusing.)

    An example is shown below, with the zone number written after the city of Dublin.

    An Post Business Desk
    GPO
    O'Connell Street Lower
    Freepost
    Dublin 1
    D01 F5P2
    IRELAND
                        



You should write your address

in Ireland

using the following guidelines:

  1. Each line should start at the same distance from the left hand edge of the cover, i.e. the address should not be written in the indented format.
  2. Each line should be limited to 32 characters.
  3. Individual characters should have a minimum height of 2mm

    (5/64 inch),
    a maximum height of 7mm

    (8/32 inch)

    and a maximum width of 7mm

    (8/32 inch).

    (So character height and width of 1/4 inch to 1/8 inch are certainly within the specified size range. )

  4. The address must be written in a compact form without a blank line between the Post Town or County Name (if required) and the other elements of the address. It is important that no part of the address is underlined.


Note: The Official Postal Address does not contain any abbreviations and An Post recommends that you use the full spelling when addressing a mail piece, for example Road not Rd.




A few addresses are special cases:


  • The post town and county in a mailing address can be different from the real physical location. To ease logistics, a particular area’s mail might be delivered through a nearby town in a different county. In this case, the official mailing address might incorporate the “post town” and the post town’s county, instead of the physically accurate geography.



  • Locality is an extra line required in a few addresses above the city/town, and optional in others.


    An Post says “The name of the locality or second thoroughfare should…always be included in the address where it is necessary to distinguish between two or more streets in the same postal district, for example”

    
    Pembroke Cottages
    Ringsend
    Dublin 4
    
    OR
    
    Pembroke Cottages
    Donnybrook
    Dublin 4
    

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Ireland’s government has created and adopted a postcode system (somewhat like the USA’s zip codes) in which the postcode is called an “Eircode.”
Postcode/Eircode Search

  • When you address mail to a destination in Ireland, the postcode/’Eircode’ is not mandatory.
  • An Irish postcode/’Eircode’ is three letters and/or numbers, followed by a space, followed by four more letters and/or numbers.
  • Most addresses in permanent buildings now have postcodes. Relatively new buildings or addresses might not yet have postcodes assigned (that could take a few months.)
  • The first three characters of an Eircode indicate the post town or area; the last four characters indicate a particular address within that area.
  • When sending mail into Ireland and using the postcode/’Eircode’, the postcode would go on a line of its own just above the country name IRELAND. Otherwise, the postcode would be the bottom line of the address.
  • A relatively critical explanation of the Irish Eircode / postcode system is available from Padraig O’Mara (July 2015).
Address Validation, Verification, and/or Correction



Free Address
Correction and Verification and ‘Check An Address’ online forms provided by the Irish postal service.

Limited number of addresses per day on free plan.


Postal Rates to or from Ireland



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how much postage you need
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90,000 Ireland: about the country

Ireland, the “Emerald Isle”, is one of the most attractive and mysterious European countries. A land of fairies and elves, fiery revolutionaries and paradoxical writers, romantic legends and pragmatic whiskey producers . ..
Ireland is one of the oldest countries in Europe, which has perfectly preserved its culture and historical heritage – despite a difficult fate – after all, the territory of Ireland is still divided between the Republic of Ireland and Great Britain…

Ireland – Republic of Ireland, Poblacht na hÉireann in Irish, Republic of Ireland in English – occupies most of the island of the same name. The name comes from the Irish word Éire, meaning “state”.

In addition to the Republic of Ireland, there are also Northern Ireland , Tuaisceart Éireann or Northern Ireland. It is an administrative and political unit of the United Kingdom with its capital in Belfast. It includes 6 of the 9 counties in the historic province of Ulster.

Administratively, the Republic of Ireland is divided into 4 historical provinces – Ulster, Leinster, Munster and Connacht; and those, in turn, for 26 counties. 20 counties belong to the independent Republic, 6 to Northern Ireland.

The independence of the Republic of Ireland was proclaimed in 1949, in 1973 the country joined the European Union.
Ireland is a parliamentary republic, its Parliament consists of two chambers – representatives and the Senate. The executive power belongs to the president elected for 7 years, and in fact – to the prime minister approved by the president.

The island of Ireland , by the way, is the third largest among European islands, located in the North Atlantic Ocean; from the east it is also washed by the Irish Sea.
Accordingly, the climate of Ireland – temperate sea, with mild winters and cool summers, with a significant amount of rainfall – which made Ireland “the emerald island”.
The warmest month of the year is July, the average air temperature is + 18-20 C. The coldest month is January, with an average monthly temperature of up to minus 9 degrees Celsius.

The capital of the country is the city of Dublin , with a population of just over one and a half million people.
Dublin is a county city located on the Dublin Bay of the Irish Sea. The center of Ireland’s political, cultural and economic life, Dublin is also the country’s main port city.
The most popular version of the etymology of the name of the city is “Black Creek”, and the modern Irish name of the capital – Baile Átha Cliath, or abbreviated BC, means “settlement by the ford” (the River Liffey, which flows into Dublin Bay).We will also talk about Dublin below, when describing the sights of the country.

The second largest city in the country – Cork , it is home to about 200,000 people (including the suburbs).
Yet the population of Ireland is, according to 2006, a little more than 4.2 million people. Of these, the majority – over 88% – are “indigenous Irish” of Celtic descent. National minorities are represented by another 40 nationalities, among which, for obvious reasons, the British are in the lead – 2.74% of the population.The Poles are next – 1.5%, the honorable third place, less than 1%, went to the Lithuanians.

Time in Ireland is 3 hours behind Moscow time.
National currency – Euro
Official languages ​​of Ireland – Irish and English.

Religion in Ireland has traditionally played an important role in public life. The main denomination is Catholicism; it is followed by Protestantism. Northern Ireland, which remained in British possession, is dominated by the Protestant population.

Cities and places of interest in Ireland
The center and heart of the country is its capital, elegant Dublin.
It is believed that the city was founded in 841 by the Scandinavians, at the confluence of the Liffey River into Dublin Bay. But the first mentions of a Celtic settlement at this place date back to the middle of the 2nd century AD and belong to the Greek astronomer and geographer Ptolemy.

One of the first incursions of the British into Ireland dates back to 1169, when Dublin, after the capture of Henry II Plantagenet, for a long time became a royal city and a stronghold of British influence in the country.Since then, the city has preserved several architectural landmarks – first of all, of course, Dublin Castle, which housed the British government. Not far from it are the Cathedral of St. Patrick Cathedral, Christ Cathedral and St. Audina.

Among other architectural and historical sights of Dublin, Blackrock House, the summer residence of the Irish Viceroys, should be abolished; an obelisk in honor of the Duke of Wellington; the area “Fifteen acres” – the place of noble duels; a maze of old streets around Temple Bar, a focal point of Georgian architecture in Marriott Square, Eli Plate… And, of course, the main street of the city – O ”Connol Street – has been destroyed and rebuilt many times, a motley mixture of architectural styles and eras.

Dublin has a rich cultural tradition. It is not for nothing that so many famous English-speaking writers were born in it: Oscar Wilde, Bernadre Shaw, William Yates, Samuel Beckett, Jonathan Swift and even the creator of “Dracula” Bram Stoker! Dubliners are proud of their famous countrymen and honor them – for example, on June 16, the townspeople annually celebrate Bloomsday, a holiday dedicated to the protagonist of James Joyce’s novel Ulysses.
The city is home to the National Library of Ireland and the National Printing Museum, the Civic Museum and museums of national and modern art, many theaters, exhibition and concert halls, the Trinity College complex and the Royal Irish Yacht Club …

Other attractions of Ireland are, before in total, medieval castles, the amazing nature of the country and the world-famous place of Newgrange – a megalithic cult building, more ancient than Stonehenge and the pyramids of Giza.

Many ancient castles are now home to national parks, cultural or tourism organizations, including 4-5 star hotels. For example – the estate of Count Macross, now – Macross National Park. Or Cabra Castle in County Cavan – now not just a hotel, but a haunted inn! And in the castle of Count Tomonda (Bunratty, County Clare), medieval banquets for tourists are often held – but keep in mind that not only the treats, but also the serving will be medieval, that is, you have to do it with your hands…

Limerick is known not only for comic five-verses, but also for its 800-year-old royal castle, and the city’s cathedral – the same age as the castle … The inhabitants of the seaside town of Dingle speak only their native Gaelic, willingly study Celtic culture, Oceanfront restaurants serving delicious local fish specialties …

Irish cuisine
Here we smoothly move on to the culinary topic.Irish cuisine is the cuisine of a country that has remained poor for most of its history. Therefore, it is simple and creative in using the main food product – potatoes.
Potato pancakes (boxty), mashed potatoes with green onions, butter and milk (champ), mashed potatoes with cabbage, potato bread – this is not a complete list of various potato dishes known to the Irish.
Milk and dairy products are widely used by the Irish, although until the 80s of the last century there was only one type of cheese in Ireland – cheddar.One of the traditional dairy dishes is Goody – bread boiled in milk with sugar and spices.
Popular meat dishes: Irish stew – lamb stew with onions and yes, potatoes; Crubeens – boiled, pre-salted, pork leg stewed bacon with cabbage …

AN POST Tracking | Tracking An Post Parcel and Cargo Delivery

What is An Post?

This is the company in charge of the postal service in the Republic of Ireland, wholly owned by the government.They offer many services to the entire population of Ireland, including letter and parcel services, express mail services, express mail services with EMS, financial services such as deposit accounts and money orders. They also rely on An Post Ireland tracking service to provide you with all information available for your parcels.
Founded in 1984 and growing over time as a reliable company, An Post was the first opportunity for the entire Irish population to send and receive their goods.

How Can I Track An Post?

The company’s tracking service has improved since its inception, allowing you to know all the information about your parcels at any time.To track all your parcels from this company, you will need to track the An Post reference number they will provide you when you complete your order.
To use An Post’s tracking service, you can go to the official website or enter your tracking number here on our website in the tracking search bar.After entering it, press the blue button on the right. Immediately all the information will be shown to you so that you can know where your package is and how many times it will last until it arrives at your home.

What does An Post’s tracking number look like?

An Post Lane and Lane Number can start with capital letters R, A, E, V, C, L and end with IE, which stands for Ireland. You will find 9 digits between these numbers. An example of what the tracking number from this would look like companies, maybe RA 123 456 789 IE.
Once you have this number, you can use An Post’s international tracking service to find out where your packages are at the moment. They will update all the mail or package information when they arrive at the post office. There they scan it, load and update the status and location of your package.

An Post Delivered To Australia?

An Post’s services can reach even the farthest countries in the world, so yes, they are successfully delivered to Australia as well as to more than 220 countries around the world.You can send your parcels to this country without any problem; it will arrive in ideal conditions and at the promised time.

How long does it take for An Post to deliver?

An Post offers its services locally and internationally. However, delivery times will depend on the distance to the country you wish to send your mail or parcel to. Sometimes it may differ for other reasons, such as transport availability or climatic conditions.
For domestic traffic, An Post will last no more than 24 hours domestically, sometimes it may even arrive on the same day if it is an intracity delivery or cities are close enough.In most cases, you can expect your mail or package to arrive the next business day.
International shipping is a completely different story as you know that many countries are far from each other, possibly on a different continent, so delivery times will depend on the distance between Ireland and the country you want to send mail or parcels to.
If you want to send a parcel to other countries:

  • Within Europe, delivery to this location in ideal conditions will take 3 to 7 days.
  • For Asia and Africa, delivery time will take 1 to 2 weeks.
  • For Oceania, the standard time is about 2 weeks.
  • Finally, for North and Central America it can be 2 to 3 weeks, and for South America it can be 3 to 4 weeks.

All this time also depends on customs at the airports.
If you are in a hurry, you can always contact EMS to get mail and parcels faster, by paying for this service, you can receive your parcel in less than 72 hours in any country in Europe, which makes it very suitable if you need it.fast.

An Post expensive?

They offer affordable prices for everyone, so you can send letters and parcels with them without paying exorbitant amounts of money.
Domestic shipping services allow you to send letters weighing up to 100 grams domestically, they will charge you € 1, which is roughly $ 1.17. For a 1 kg parcel, they charge € 9 or $ 10.50. These letters and Parcels within Ireland will arrive within the next business day without any inconvenience.
If you plan to send letters and parcels abroad, the prices will be higher, but also available: for a letter weighing less than 100 grams to any country within the European Union, they will charge you 1.70 EUR or 2 USD. weighing 1 kg they will charge you 28 euros or about 32.60 US dollars, which is really cheap considering all the work needed to ship this parcel to another country like France or Spain.

You can always pay a higher price for EMS services if you need your parcels to arrive quickly.

How do I contact An Post?

If you have any problems trying to track or obtain information about your letters or parcels, or have questions about all the other services that this company provides, you can always call the An Post tracking contact number (353) 01-7057600 them customer service staff. will help you with any question or question.
For more information on prices, bans and other services they offer, you can always visit their official website.https://www.anpost.ie/
launch. There you will find everything you need to solve your problems without a doubt. Over the decades, this company has gained its reliability, becoming very popular among the Irish.

Consular Section of the Embassy of the Russian Federation in Ireland

ATTENTION !!! The consular department accepts ONLY Postal Money Order for payment. These checks are drawn up by the visitor in advance.
In the absence of the specified form of payment, the appointment at the consular department will be postponed to another day.

RULES FOR RECEPTION OF VISITORS IN THE CONSULAR
DEPARTMENT OF THE EMBASSY OF RUSSIA IN IRELAND

1. Taking into account the sanitary and epidemiological
requirements imposed by the Russian and Irish authorities, the reception of visitors in
the consular section of the Russian Embassy in Ireland is carried out in a limited
mode, exclusively by appointment via electronic
portal (http://dublin.kdmid.ru/queue/) or by personal invitation (consular services, for
which are not currently provided with an electronic queue).Please respect the date and
time of your recording. The number of citizens who are simultaneously in the reception hall,
limited. The procedure for obtaining the necessary consular services and the methods of making an appointment can be consulted on working days of the consular department by calling + 353-1-492-20-48.

2. Due to the limited nature of the reception of visitors or for technical reasons, it is possible to transfer the entry to another day. The applicant will be notified of this by the consular department.

3. Currently in production
pre-appointment for receiving applications for
registration of a foreign passport for 5 years (old model). This measure
due to the need to protect the health of visitors and employees in conditions
the spread of coronavirus infection.

4. Obtaining finished documents, including
the issuance of new passports is carried out strictly according to preliminary
records (option “document receipt”). IN
current conditions, we recommend using the service of obtaining a ready
passports by mail.The corresponding application is accepted on the day of submission
documents for a passport. Details are in the section on the website.

5. An application for a Russian visa for permitted reasons is sent by mail with the return
envelope (only for obtaining a visa at the request of a loved one
a relative for a joint trip to Russia requires a visit
of the Consulate Department). It is also possible to issue some documents and certificates
remotely by mail (for details, call the consolation department).

6. When preparing documents and
statements, please make the most of the information from the thematic
sections of this site and specialized Internet services of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Russia (links on the site in the thematic sections). Absence or provision of a formalized
improperly any of the required documents is the basis
to stop accepting a visitor.

7. Visiting the consular department is possible
only with personal protective equipment: masks and gloves (not
applies to children under 14 years of age and persons who are contraindicated
use of masks for medical reasons).We recommend that you have your personal
writing utensils. If you have fever and / or other symptoms
ARZ entry to the territory of the Consulate of the Embassy is not allowed. When the appearance
of the indicated symptoms on the day of admission, please stay at home
and report this to the consotment, your record will be transferred to
the nearest possible date.

8. The above rules are drawn up in
in the interests of preserving the health of visitors and employees. We bring
apologies for the inconvenience.


IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING RETURN TO RUSSIA UNDER THE CONDITIONS OF THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC IN THE COVID-19 SECTION: Live Announcements.

Working hours of the consular department: Mon-Fri (on weekdays according to Russian law), 09.00-12.30, reception by appointment only.

Dear Visitors,

We would like to inform you that the Consular Section has opened a Facebook page, where you can ask questions you are interested in, as well as follow up-to-date information about our work.
https://www.facebook.com/dublin.consul

Study and work in Ireland – Work and Study Ireland

Work and Study Ireland is a program that gives you a unique opportunity to perfectly master the English language and gain invaluable experience of working and living in the capital of Ireland – Dublin.Ireland is located on the island of the same name in the North Atlantic Ocean. Ireland – a lot of medieval castles, excellent cuisine with the famous stew, cozy Dublin, Cork pubs, horse riding, outdoor activities, language courses and quality higher education. The capital is Dublin, home to about a third of the country’s population. It is noteworthy that the population of Ireland is a very “young” state – more than half of the population is under 30 years old. This is probably due to the fact that Ireland welcomes more than 25,000 international students annually.

Additional support services (not included in the price of the language course):

Work and Study (Mandatory package of services) from 40,000 rubles

Selection, registration and familiarization with the program Medical insurance for a visa
Correspondence with the training and language center Payment for the basic package of the Work and Sturdy program
Translation of documents into English Pre-departure orientation
Notarization of documents for the embassy Filling out visa application forms for departure
Visa processing Courier and postal services

The cost of the basic service package does not include

Selection and booking of air tickets Transfer (Bus or train)
Accommodation Medical examination in the country of departure
Tuition fees Consular fee
Trip for fingerprinting at the embassy Payment for the Work and Sturdy program itself

Postal Services | VisitBritain

In the UK there are two classes of mail sending: the first and the second.Postage stamps are sold in many stores, including supermarkets and gas stations. Second class is slightly cheaper. But your letter or postcard will take one or two days longer than if sent in first class. The total cost of sending a letter depends on its size and weight. For more information, please visit the Royal Mail website (royalmail.com) or take your letter or parcel post to the post office, they will prompt you there.

Generally, the post office is open from 9:00 am to 5:30 pm, Monday through Friday. And also until 12:30 on Saturday.

If you are mailing a letter to someone living in the UK, be sure to include the postcode. The fact is that in the same city there may be several streets (squares, alleys) with the same names. On the Royal Mail website, you can find the zip code for any address.

In remote areas of the country and in small towns, small post offices are located right in newspaper shops, grocery stores or information centers.In many villages, the post office is also the only store.

Mailboxes can be found in any town or village. Some of them are made in the form of free-standing low columns. Others are built into the wall of the house. However, all mailboxes are colored bright red.

Seizure of correspondence is carried out twice a day on weekdays (and somewhat less often on Saturdays and Sundays). Each box is marked with the time of the last collection of letters.

You can send a letter to any country in the world by Royal Mail airmail.The delivery price for such letters depends on the destination. Usually they are delivered to the addressee in Europe in three days, and to addressees in other countries in four to six days. Royal Mail also offers Airsure express mail delivery service. You can use it in any department. The letter will be sent to the addressee with the next flight.

Parcelforce Worldwide offers courier services. Its prices are comparable to those of DHL, Crossflight, Expressair and UPS.

90,000 My humble service for the good of Ireland

Description

Margaret Skinnider (circa 1893‒1971) was born in Scotland to Irish parents. After completing a teacher education, she taught mathematics in Glasgow, Scotland, and then retired and went to Dublin to take part in the Easter Rising in April 1916. Published in 1917 in the United States, , My Humble Service for Ireland, , is the story of Skinnider’s revolutionary activities in 1915 and 1916.Skinnider begins the book by recounting her first trip to Dublin in 1915, when she smuggled nationalist bomb detonators into Ireland. What follows is a more detailed description of her role in the Easter Rising. Skinnider transported ammunition, acted as a messenger, was a sniper. After receiving three gunshot wounds during the uprising and spending seven weeks in the hospital, she managed to avoid arrest and go back to Glasgow. In August 1916, when Skinnider briefly returned to Ireland, she was tracked down by a detective police officer.She fled to the United States, where she campaigned for Irish independence in 1917-1918. The book is illustrated and, in addition to Skinnider’s story, contains facsimile copies of important documents related to the events of April 1916, including the document of the provisional government proclaiming the Irish Republic, postage stamps issued by this republic during its short period of its existence, the last proclamation of the President of the Republic Patrick Pierce and the order of Pierce on the surrender of April 29, 1916.At the end of the book are the lyrics that Irish volunteers performed before and after the Easter Rising. After spending some time in the United States, Skinnider returned to Ireland and became involved with Cumann na mBan, the women’s division of the Irish Republican Army.

90,000 Working conditions in the EU / EEA: Ireland

Information for those interested in applying for the Irish labor market.This document presents the current working and living conditions in Ireland.

Introduction

  • Official name: Ireland (Irish Ayre, Ireland English)
  • Ireland is an island state
  • Total island area: 84 421 km² 90 110 90 109 Republic of Ireland: 70 282 km² 90 110 90 109 Northern Ireland: 14 139 km ²
  • Government: multi-party republic with bicameral parliament
  • Head of the President of Ireland
  • Capital: Dublin – atha Cliath thermal springs (1.1 mln.inhabitants) 90 110 90 109 Other major cities such as Cork, Waterford and Limerick 90 110 90 109 Population: 4234925, 60 vol. / Km ²
  • Official language: English and Irish
  • The most used language is English, knowledge of the language is necessary to find a job.
  • Religion: Roman Catholic (94%), Anglican (4%)
  • Currency: Euro (€)
  • Calling code: +353
  • Time difference: 1 hour-

For the needs of job seekers was Irish The Office of Employment and Retraining (FAS) is running a campaign called “What you need to know before you go” (“Know before you go”).The campaign includes a special booklet that can be picked up at any office work in Russia.
Republic.

If you are looking for accommodation in Ireland, visit

For more information on Ireland, you can use these websites: http://www.citizensinformation.ie/ or http://www.ireland.ie/.

Basic information about the country, see summary information in the block of territorial territorial information on the finance-romance portal.ru

Work permits, compulsory registration and residence permits

Work permits

Ireland does not apply any restrictions on access to the labor market for Czech citizens.

To get a job in Ireland, so you don’t need a work permit. Citizens of the EU, EEA (European Economic Area) and Switzerland have the right to work in Ireland without a work permit (except for Bulgarian and Romanian citizens) and have the same rights to wages and working conditions as Irish citizens.

Compulsory registration

PPS number (Personal Public Service)

Anyone looking for work in Ireland must apply for an Irish PPS (Personal Public Service) number. To obtain this number, please contact your local department of the Ministry of Social Affairs and Family. More information on the application process and requirements will be provided by the Ministry of Social Affairs and Family on 01 874 8444 or visit the website http: // www.welfare.ie/EN/Topics/PPSN/Pages/ppsnindex.aspx.

Residence permit

If you have come to Ireland for more than 3 months, you can apply for a residence permit. Your application is completed at the Dublin Aliens Registration Office (Aliens Registration Office), in other areas at the local police station (local National County Police).

Contact us for a residence permit – Dublin:

Department of Justice, Equality and Law Reform
Immigration Office
Harcourt Terrace
Dublin 2
Tel: + 353 6167700
Website: http: // www.justice.ie/
Email: [email protected]

Or contact the Department of State on 01 478 0822 or visit http://www.dfa.ie/.

When applying for a residence permit, you will need a valid passport or identity card, photographs and a completed application, where it is confirmed by the employer (in the case of residence for the purpose of employment).

Also, depending on whether you are a student, a businessman, retired job seekers, etc.are still presenting evidence of various documents (such as proof of health insurance).
The residence permit can be renewed back to the institution. It is valid for 5 years.

For family members (husband / wife, children under 21 years of age and older, dependent children and dependent family members husband / wife) of the employee, the tourist will have the same rights as the employee, regardless of their nationality. This is necessary to prove other than personal documents (passport) and a document confirming the relationship (marriage certificate) or confirmation that they are dependent family members.

Students

To remain for educational purposes of presenting evidence the assertion that you have your own funds (for the family) so as not to become a burden on the social system. It is also important to have a health insurance document. If you are in the country for less than 3 months, you do not have a data submission requirement.

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Social Security and Tax Matters – Form E301

For social support, depending on the social assessment, the place of residence must be verified.In general, a person who does not have a permanent place of residence in this state should be considered as someone who has not lived there for at least two years.

Citizens of the new member states, including the Czech Republic, who get jobs, usually benefit from insurance-based social security programs if they have worked for some time full-time and pay social security contributions. Access to benefits is subject to conditions under Irish law.For full information, visit the welfare service http://www.welfare.ie/ or call 01 704 3000; 1890 44th 66 22

In Ireland you will be assigned a PPS (Personal Public Service) number which is used for social security and income tax purposes. All messages in Ireland will be recorded under this number. This number does not depend on the job, it will be all persons registered in Ireland (for example, proof of residence). Used for drawing social benefits, benefits, health care, and education services.This number is given by the local social welfare office (social welfare services). For more information call 00 353 PPS 1/8748444 or visit http://www.welfare.ie/EN/Topics/PPSN/Pages/ppsnindex.aspx.

If you work in Ireland, give the employer your PPS number in order to notify the tax office that you have started work. Next, you say an application for an advance payment of income tax – Form 12A (applications for the Certificate of Tax Benefits and the standard Cut-Off Point tariff – http: // www.revenue.ie/forms/form12a.pdf). If your employer does not have such a form available, you will receive it at any IRS office (IRS) or by calling (00353) 1890 306706th IRS will send a Certificate of Tax Credits and a Standard Cut-Off Point Rate which contains information about achievements and taxable items that you pay. This form will be sent to your employer as well.

Try to organize these items as soon as possible after starting work (even if seasonal or part-time jobs).If this is not done, then you risk paying higher income taxes!

Generally, all workers and self-employed persons who are over 16 years of age are contributing to social PRSI (Pay Associated Social Security). Contributions are calculated as a percentage of the monthly income divided into different categories, depending on the type of work they do. PRSI contribution consists of health and social contributions. Employer pay PRSI gives.

More information on http: // www.welfare.ie/

There are two types of tax income in Ireland – Pay As You Earn (PAYE) workers and self-assessment (self-proclaimed taxes) for entrepreneurs.

Under PAYE, your employer withholds tax from your wages. There is, of course, an amount deducted from taxes and tax rates vary depending on such income.
Income tax is set at 20% if your annual income exceeds € 32,000 (standard cut-off point rate).If so, any additional income will be taxed at a 41% rate. The “threshold” may vary depending on other circumstances. Prices are subject to change, for more information, you can contact the revenue service telephone number 01 865 5000 directly or visit the website http://www.revenue.ie/.

Before leaving home, you can apply for a tax refund using Form P50. Form Download: http: //www.revenue.ie / forms / p50.pdf

For more information on taxation: http://www.revenue.ie/

Processing taxes on the website: http://www.ros.ie/

International taxation

Main problem in the field of taxation to determine the tax jurisdiction (tax residence) and determine the degree of taxation in that state. If a situation that two states do to claim tax revenues (for example, and based on residence in one state, and labor productivity in the second state) applies in this case, a bilateral agreement on avoidance of double taxation between them is closed.

Russian
th tax resident, that is, taxpayers with unlimited liability, the tax that has in the Russian Federation
“place of residence” or “usual dwelling” (at least 183 days a year). The obligation applies not only to income from sources in the Russian Federation
as well as income received from sources abroad.

Czech Republic and Ireland since 21 4th 1996 (Official Gazette 163/1996), bilateral agreement for the avoidance of double taxation.

To avoid double taxation of employment with attached credit. In the “credit” method, you must admit to the tax return at the end of March this year in Czech crowns (in January, based on the financial bulletin of the Ministry of Finance, which is published at the same rate, the profit is converted to Czech crowns). The credit method used by the CR taxpayer deducted only that part of the taxes paid abroad, which in the republic seemed to be these incomes. The tax credit is calculated in such a way that the tax on income worldwide is determined in accordance with the law to be multiplied by a coefficient, the numerator of which is income from foreign sources, and in the denominator of the tax base, and is not reduced by tax-free and deducted amounts.

For more information, please contact the competent tax office: http://portal.gov.cz/wps/portal/_s.155/696?kam=kategorie&kod=0027

Proof of employment

Ireland, a Form E 301 must be issued that meets the needs of our office. Confirms the time of social insurance, which will be taken into account when providing unemployment benefits in the Russian
Republic.

This is a certificate issued at the request of a person by a competent authority of a Member State (seebelow). If the interested person of this certificate, the competent institution (office work) must request it from one of the following institutions.

When requesting a form, follow these steps:

At http://www.welfare.ie/EN/Forms/Documents/e301.pdf you can download the attachment (Irish Social Security Request Form E104 and E301 IRL) confirmed delivery form E 301 The completed application must be such as to send copies of the last three pay slips and any P45 or P60 “tax documents” that you have in Ireland received from each employer.Requests exclusively by correspondence, processing takes at least one month. If your Form E301 has not been sent within two months, urgujte your request by calling (01) 704 3000th

Competent agency for issuing Form E 301 in Ireland:

International Records section
Department of Social Affairs and Family
STVS
Internal roadside assistance
Buncrana
What. Donegal
IRELAND
Phone: +353 (01) 704 3000

From 1 May 2010 by virtue of the European Parliament and Council EU Nos. 883/2004 and 987/2009 on the coordination of social protection of migrants in the EU.These rules govern, among other things, the so-called electronic forms, and this leads to certain changes. The given data will be exposed on the new portable documents (PD). Form E 301 form replaces U1. Due to the transition period, however, the E-form remains in effect. Additional information .

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Transfer of unemployment – Form U2 (E303) and recognition of job qualifications

Transfer of unemployment – Form U2 (E303)

People who in their own country (EU / EEA and Switzerland) receive unemployment benefits, are eligible to apply for export unemployment benefits in Ireland for a maximum of 6 months.

As a rule, the unemployed who are registered with the Czech employment office and receive unemployment benefits for at least 4 weeks, acquires the right to claim the transfer of unemployment in Ireland in search of work in that country. Benefits are paid for a maximum of 6 months.

The applicant must work in a Czech office to request an E303 form. Based on this form, within 7 days (the exact date will be indicated directly on the form) to register the relevant labor offices in Ireland, and make sure you get exported to Russian
unemployment benefits.

Before leaving Russia
also the citizen must apply for safety and medical care through the European health insurance card (or confirm to replace this card). This card is issued by a Czech health insurance company.

The Irish institution in which the candidate will be registered is subject to control and registration under Irish law.

More information on the possibility of exporting unemployment benefits should offices.

For more information on health insurance, we recommend that you contact your insurance company before leaving the office. Also important is http://www.cmu.cz/ – Center for International Settlements.

Job Recognition Qualifications

For information on qualification recognition and training to work directly in Ireland, please contact:

Ireland National Qualifications Authority
5th Floor,
Jervis House,
Jervis Wed,
Dublin 1

Tel: 00-353-1-8871500
Fax: 00-353-1-8871595
Email: [email protected]
http: // www.nqai.ie/

More information is also available at: http://www.eurocert.ie/

Health care, insurance and health care administrative procedures

Health care and insurance

Access to health care based on residence and financial security of the user.

Health care systems are usually divided into those that have a medical record (category 1 with full right) rather than a medical record (category 2 with limited right).Health tab to get different types of health care for free. To obtain this card, however, certain conditions must be fulfilled (for example, in terms of income). From 1 January 2005 for the issuance of medical records (medical records), responsible for the HSE (Health Service Executive), Health and Safety Administration (Health and Safety Authority (http://www.hse.ie/).

Contribution to health insurance of 2% is paid in the form of Social Contributions (PRSI).Certain groups of employees are exempt from paying these premiums, such as medical cardholders. It is up to employers to determine if you fall into this group.

Ireland has a system of public and private hospitals. The difference is mainly in the fees for their services.

Private health insurance is recommended for health insurance purposes in Ireland – the largest providers of private insurance are voluntary health insurance (VHI).e. advice (http://www.vhi.ie/) or BUPA (http://www.bupa.com/ireland /) This insurance covers, in some cases, health care costs that the patient might have. For more information, please contact VHI or BUPA.

Some employers require their employees under a special corporate system of supplementary health insurance (depending on the type of work), each employee should have the opportunity to discuss with the employer before starting work.

For more information visit the website of the Ministry of Health and Children: http://www.doh.ie/.

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Administrative procedures in the field of health care

Find a job abroad

insured. Before that, you can, if necessary, in another EU country apply for health care on the basis of a European health insurance card issued by a Czech health insurance company.

When you start in another state to perform a paid activity, you are in accordance with the laws of that state. This means that from that moment on, the Russian
do not require a European health insurance card issued by a Czech health insurance company. It usually automatically becomes state insured for local work and obtain proof of health entitlement.

The fact that you start to participate in labor activities in another Member State must be informed immediately (within 8 days) of the existing Russian
insurance company.At the same time, he must return the European health insurance card that was previously issued. If you fail to comply with this notice, you may be fined in accordance with Czech law.

After working in another country, the Czech health insurance companies report that they are once again inferior to the Czech legislation on compulsory health insurance. Attach it for the same period of time of insurance in another state that after it would be possible to oblige to pay the remaining premiums of the Russian Federation

Check the work done on a specific date

Russian
They are only insured against you when you start an income-generating activity in another Member State. From now on, you are in accordance with the laws of the state in which you work.

If you know the date from which you work in another country, please, if possible, before leaving your health insurance company and say here, because when we cease to be insured in the Czech Republic.Return to your insurance company for your European health insurance card, if previously published. Instead, you can be issued a certificate to temporarily replace your European license on the date you start working in another state.

After working in another country, the Czech health insurance companies report that they are once again inferior to the Czech legislation on compulsory health insurance. Attach it for the same period of time of insurance in another state that after it would be possible to oblige to pay the remaining premiums of the Russian Federation

Accumulation of employment

If you work while in the Czech Republic and other member states, while continuing to live in Russia
contact your local Social Security Administration and ask for Form E101. This form and bring the second job in the country. On this basis, you do not have to pay social security contributions to the state. Your foreign employer must then contact a Czech health insurance company and register as a payer here.The premiums from your income will be paid in accordance with Czech law to the Czech health and social insurance system.

Self-employment in Russia
, while employment in another EU member state

If employed in the Russian Federation
, while employment in another state, in accordance with the laws of the country and the republic of employment. This means that you are still in Russia
compulsory health and pension insurance, and usually you are compulsorily insured in the country where you work.

For more information, we recommend contacting:

International Reimbursement Center
to us. W. Churchill 2
113 59 Prague 3
Tel: +420 234462041
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://www.cmu.cz/

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How to find a job in Ireland

If you are interested in working in Ireland, it is recommended to use the services of the EURES system, mainly a European job database where you can find various types of jobs (http: // eures.europa.eu/).

EURES you can also create and register your resume.

For other sources of information on vacancies in Ireland, use the following website:

Irish Public Employment Service – FAS http://www.fas.ie/

Other sources of information on vacancies

Job Database http: // http //www.jobs.ie/
Job Database http://www.irishjobs.ie/
Job Database http://www.recruitireland.com/
Job Database http: // www.loadzajobs.ie/
Job database http://www.jobrapido.ie/

Job and housing search database: http://www.gumtree.ie/

Hotel jobs http: //www.hoteljobs. ie /
Health http://www.careersinhealthcare.ie/
IT Sector http://www.eolas.ie/
Search and Accommodation http://www.gumtree.ie/

Private Employment Agencies:

List of private employment agencies to find http://www.goldenpages.ie/, possibly also on the website of the National Federation of Recruitment Agencies (National Recruitment Federation) at http: // www.nrf.ie/.
Jobs are published in the local and national press. Major newspapers in Ireland include:
Irish Times http://www.irish-times.com/ (Friday Appendix)
Independent newspapers http://www.independent.ie/ (Thursdays and Sundays)
Sunday Business messages http : //www.sbpost.ie/
Irish Examiner http://www.examiner.ie/

Minimum wage, working week, holidays and bank holidays

Minimum wage

From 1 July 2007 minimum wage pay in Ireland 8.65 euros per hour (for adult workers).For more information on minimum wage rates

Weekly working hours, holidays and bank holidays

For information on holidays, working hours and other important information, visit http://www.entemp.ie/.

Public Holidays, Weekends

  • 1.1 New Years Day
  • 3.17 Marry Patrick
  • 3.18 St. Partick (Send Monday)
  • 3.29 Good Friday
  • 4.1 Easter Monday
  • 6.5 Early May Festive
  • 3.6 June Festive
  • 5.8 August Festive
  • 10.28 Halloween
  • 1.11 All Saints Day
  • 12.25 Christmas

Embassies and other locations Information

Embassy Locations

Irish Embassy at
Market 13, Prague 1
118 00
Tel: 257 530 061-4
Fax: 257 531 387
Email: [email protected]

Business hours
9: 00 am to 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm 5:00 pm

Consular Section
Market 13, Prague 1
118 00
Tel: 257 530 061-4
fax: 257 531 387
Email: [email protected]

Working hours
9:30 am to 12:30 pm 2:30 pm to 4:30 pm

Russian Embassy
Republic in Ireland

Embassy of the Russian
Republics
57 Northumberland Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4

Tel: 00353 / (0) 1/6681135, 6681343, 6681281 KO-
Fax: 00353 (0) / 16681660
Email: [email protected]
Website: http: // www.mzv.cz/dublin

Time difference: -1 hour Opening hours: Monday – Friday: 09:00 – 17:00 Opening to the public, consular questions: Tuesday, Thursday: 09:00 – 12:00.

Contact the Irish Embassy and other important contacts see right column section dedicated to Ireland called Geographic information of finance-romance.

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