A 34-year-old woman has been remanded in custody after being arrested last night at Dublin Airport.
Diana Maria Popovici, of no fixed address but originally from Romania, was charged with ten offences under the Theft and Fraud Act and money laundering laws.
She is accused of possessing the proceeds of crime at bank accounts in Dublin and Donegal, while using fake IDs.
She has six counts of possessing or transferring crime proceeds of unspecified amounts in credit balances in banks in Donegal and Dublin.
Ms Popovici is also charged with using fake Spanish and Romanian driving licences and Italian ID cards as false instruments at various banks.
The offences allegedly occurred on various dates from October 2016 until March 2019.
The accused was held pending her appearance before Judge Conor Fottrell at Dublin District Court on Saturday.
The Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) has directed "trial on indictment" putting her trial in the Circuit Court, which has wider sentencing powers.
Ms Popovici did not address the court and has not indicated a plea. Defence solicitor Benedict O'Connor told the judge there was no application for bail.
Judge Fottrell remanded her in custody to the Dochas Centre in Mountjoy Prison. She will face her next appearance at the District Court on Friday.
Legal aid was allowed after Mr O'Connor informed the judge Ms Popovici "has no assets or savings".