Republic of Ireland

The Surinder Singh Route via Ireland

Republic of IrelandTo begin with, let’s just clarify this: When you go to Ireland, as a British Citizen, you are not ‘Singhing‘. You are ‘Exercising your treaty rights‘.  Many people now use the term ‘Singh‘ to refer to the whole process of your The Surinder Singh Route journey.  However, ‘Singh‘ only actually comes into play when you return to your home member state with your family members.
This is The Surinder Singh Route via Ireland page. It is aimed that all relevant information that will help you Exercise your Treaty Rights in Ireland will be linked on this page.  Got something to add? Put in a comment and we will do our best to include it in the website.

Why is Ireland so Popular for Singhers?

Ireland is for some, the easiest option for The Surinder Singh Route.  Ireland shares so much of the same culture as the United Kingdom. Key similarities being language, religious beliefs, to the general day to day way of life – it is very hard to notice the fact that you are in a different country. Other than a few differences, such as the currency (being the Euro), the street signs, car number plates… and so on, it’s all to easy to think your actually at home…

Steps when exercising your treaty rights in The Republic of Ireland




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