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As a US citizen, how long must I wait before returning to Ireland?

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So I guess I didn't fully plan out my vacation as well as I could have:

On 28 Nov 2012, I arrived in Ireland. They stamped my passport saying I could stay 90 days.

On 20 Dec 2012, I left for the Schengen Zone... where I have been travelling since then.

I would like to return to Ireland for St. Patty's day. However, it's outside the original 90 days for which I was approved, and I never applied for a re-entry visa when I left.

Will I be allowed to return? Does anyone have any recommendations for me?

Thanks in advance!!

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