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Asked by paul from Ireland | Jul. 05, 2014 05:39
About:China Embasy in Ireland

UK Passport Holder Living In Ireland Since 97

I will very soon be going to the Dublin embassy to get a Z visa as I have got a teaching job. I have noticed that as I am not an Irish passport holder I will have to prove I am legally in Ireland .What do I need to bring a bank statement,social sec card,driving licence? as an EU citizen I don't require any special documents

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Answered by Paula from Haiti | Jul. 07, 2014 20:57
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Yes, you should provide your bank account informaton in Ireland, room charge receipt or bills of paying water and electricity.
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