Additional requirements applying to specific categories of persons:
Marriage certificate and the spouse's bank statements (If the
applicant is financially supported by her/his spouse)
Minors (children below 18 years)
-minors travelling alone or with only one parent:
-original passports of both parents (unless one parent has the sole custody or residence order for the child);
-proof of consent of parental authority or legal guardian.
Family member of EU/EEA citizen (spouses and children)
-the EU/EEA citizen's passport and a copy thereof.
-proof of residence in the UK.
-proof of the family relationship: marriage certificate and a copy thereof; birth certificate.
-Covering letter from recruiting company stating the name and the rank of the seafarer.
-Vessel's name, vessel's arrival date in port and the date of the seafarer's joining of the vessel.
-A written request from the national association (union) of carriers of the host country providing for international road transportation, stating the purpose, duration and frequency of the trips.
-Written request from the partner company based in the Member State.
-Driver's licence for international transport.
Estonia tourist visa is not required for citizens of Ireland for a stay up to 90 days.
Estonia visa is required for
Sounds good! What else do I need to know while planning a trip to Estonia?
First, check the current validity of your passport.
Second, make sure your passport has blank Visa pages.
Finally, confirm if transit visa is required for any connections.
Check with your airline in case you have connecting flights overseas as part of your journey to Estonia. It may be the case that countries you pass through en route to your destination may require a separate transit visa. Please refer to visa requirements of the specific country.
Estonia visa for citizens of Ireland is required. For more information please contact the nearest Estonia embassy.
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