Ireland and the UK

    The UK has voted to leave the European Union. Find out more about Brexit.

    This document discusses the Common Travel Area between Ireland and the UK, an area which is not specifically provided for in legislation.

    The UK is no longer a member of the EU. This page outlines the rights of UK citizens to live and work in Ireland under the Common Travel Area and also information about Non-EEA family members of UK citizens.

    The Good Friday Agreement, also known as the Belfast Agreement, is a peace agreement signed by the British and Irish governments on Good Friday, 10 April 1998. It consists of two related agreements, the British-Irish Agreement and the Multi-Party Agreement.

    The UK has departed the European Union. What does this mean for Irish people and their families in the UK and UK citizens living in Ireland?

    Information about living in Ireland and working in Northern Ireland, including who must apply for a Frontier Worker Permit.