VISA INFORMATION

Fourth Global Forum on Human Resources for Health
13-17 November 2017 – Royal Dublin Society, Dublin, Ireland

Guide to registration and request for invitation letter to assist your Visa Application

1. Please complete the registration form for the Forum online here http://hrhforum2017.ie/conference-registration/. When prompted pleased tick ‘Yes’ when asked: ‘Do you require an invitation letter to assist with your visa application?’

2. Arrange to pay registration fees in full. We are not in a position to provide any delegate with an invitation letter if they have not paid for registration in full. All delegates are required to pay prior to the Forum. If your participation is funded by another party, you will receive a specific link for registration that enables you to register and receive the letter without payment.

3. Once payment is made your invitation letter will be sent to you via email within 48 hours.

4. Please consult inisgov.ie website to check which documents you are required to send with your visa application and where to submit your application: http://www.inis.gov.ie/en/INIS/Pages/Conference%20or%20Event%20Visa#send-documents

5. If you do not have an Irish embassy or consulate in your country and are required to send requests to Dublin, please send to the following address:

INIS (Irish Naturalisation & Immigration Service) Department of Justice & Equality
13/14 Burgh Quay
Dublin 2
Ireland
D02 XK70

6. Please note the visa application has 3 parts:
– Create a visa application online
– Pay the visa application fee – you must pay in order for your application to progress.
– Send your passport & other documents for processing

7. Delegates will be required to provide evidence of confirmed and fully paid for accommodation during your stay in Dublin. You must arrange your booking directly with the hotel.

8. In the case where you are denied a visa to travel to Ireland, Conference Partners will be in a position to refund your registration fees only where written evidence from your local Irish embassy/ or consul is sent confirming denial of your visa application.

9. If you have a query on your registration submission that relates specifically to a letter of invitation please email HRHForum2017@conferencepartners.com and include ‘Letter of invitation’ in the subject line.

For information on visa requirements for Ireland please visit inis.gov.ie

For further information please see www.dfa.ie


Anyone entering Ireland must have a valid passport, or in the case of European Union Members, a national identity card. Visas are required for some countries. Delegates should check with their local Irish representation. The Department of Justice, Equality and Law reform has primary responsibility of Ireland’s immigration and visa policy.

Citizens of some countries, including China, India, Nigeria, Iran and Russia usually require an Irish visa. A Schengen visa is not valid for Ireland as Ireland does not belong to the Schengen area. Neither is a UK visa valid in Ireland. Please refer to dfa.ie for details.

A valid Driving Licence is required if you wish to drive in Ireland.

Please visit inis.gov.ie to see what documents you a required to provide for your visa application.

–  Delegates will be required to provide evidence of confirmed and fully paid for accommodation during your stay in Dublin.
–  You may request an invitation letter from Conference Partners, once you have fully paid and registered. Please be sure to apply well in advance, as the process may take several months.

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