The host agreement replaces the need for a work permit for the next category of officers; Researchers participating in research Researchers who do not register with the BNEB risk jeopardizing the exit of their accommodation contract, risking delays in their applications for stay and, ultimately, risking deportation. For more information on visas or requirements, visit the Visa section of the INIS website. Yes, the spouses of a researcher who enter into a hospitality agreement receive an immigration stamp (1G) and may work without a work authorization. All new and renewed contracts must be issued at least two weeks before the start date of the contract or the renewal date of an existing contract and be put on ice at the IUA. Admission contracts are a quick and inexpensive form of work permit – there is no authorisation procedure or fee (but the researcher still has to pay 300 euros to register each year with the immigration services) In addition, the reception contract is valid for the duration of the employment contract, which eliminates the need for annual renewals. After receiving the accommodation arrangement forms, the human resources department will be; The host agreement is used by the researcher, if necessary, for visa applications, entry into the state and immigration registration. People from visa-required countries can apply for a multiple-entry visa as soon as they register in Ireland. Within three months of arriving in Ireland, non-EEA researchers must register with their local immigration official. A registration certificate (BNEB) is issued by the Garda National Immigration Bureau to a non-EEA national who registers. Each entry certificate issued (residence permit) is subject to a tax of 300 euros. Individuals with contracts of 18 months or less receive an GNI card for the duration of the host agreement, which is normally renewed after 12 months under immigration law. It is the responsibility of a staff member to keep abreast of their permission not to do so, and all related costs must be borne by them. For family members (i.e.
spouses and dependants) who fall into one of the categories of persons exempt from the visa requirement in Ireland, the first contact they will have with the Irish immigration system is when they arrive at the port of entry and apply for entry permit. The spouse and dependants must carry all relevant documents to satisfy immigration officers at the place of entry into the state. The proof should consist of the marriage certificate, the birth certificate of the dependent relatives and a copy of the researcher`s contract if he is not accompanied by the researcher. UcC is an accredited research organization and may, as such, enter into hospitality agreements with third-country nationals (third-country nationals) for research purposes at the university. Yes, the host agreement does not replace any of the immigration requirements (visa or BNEB) and only allows the researcher to enter the state. Thanks to the IUA, we are working with the Department of Justice to reconsider the registration requirement every year – but so far that has not changed. For more information on researchers` visas and immigration rules on fast track work permits for research and development, visit inIS (Irish Naturalisation and Immigration Service) From 13 May 2019, EU nationals with valid IRP/GNI cards will no longer need a readmission visa to travel to Ireland.