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DUI and crossing borders in Canada and Ireland (from the U.S.)

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My brother has a DUI record in the U.S. that is like 20 years old. Canada denied him entry last winter because of it. This after many, many years of safe and law-abiding travel to Canada annually to go skiing. Alas, he is not welcome there any more. The only option is that the Canadian Gov't has a many-step hoop-jump that you can go through to be reinstated as a traveler in good standing. OK, now that we know all about how THAT works...

My question is about Ireland. We intend to go to Ireland this coming summer and I wonder if this DUI record could be a hassle for him entering Ireland. Is there something that he needs to do in order to make sure that it won't be a problem there? Can we assume that it won't be?

Any insight would be helpful.


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