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Rosslare Port Ferry to France.Is visa required for american?

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I'm an american arriving in Dublin this summer after i clear immigration and all that nonsense i plan to travel Europe for a few week but rather be adventurous and take the Rosslare Port ferry south of Dublin straight to France and take a train from there , Question is .. is my Visa from Ireland Valid in the EU including France and the EU countries i plan to visit or is there another immigration / border patrol i have to go through or do i just take my stuff and move on id prefer to stay legally but i rather not fly pain in my butt im not sure how this works i dont want to be deported over a simple stamp please help thanks everyone

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