More than 4,000 people have now arrived at Dublin airport from the United States in a bid to catch a flight out of the country.
The first of the flights arrived on Saturday from New York, where the U.S. President Donald Trump signed an executive order last week that bars the entry of refugees and people from seven Muslim-majority countries.
Ireland was a major destination for the migrants after the United Kingdom and France joined in a joint action on Saturday to stop them from making the journey.
But it is not the only country that is on the list of destinations.
Germany has also announced it will allow refugees and others from the countries covered by the order to come to the country from October, while Italy has also said it will take in up to 1,000 refugees and migrants from the affected countries.