10. April 2021
Key investigators who wish to employ a researcher from a third country must complete an appointment form, as is currently the case. The appointment form must clearly state that the employee needs a hosting contract, and electronic contact information for the employee and IP. 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. 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. Once all documents have been received, the admission contract and the staff employment contract will help secure a visa (if the researcher is from a country that needs it). 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. In order to qualify for a reception agreement, the proposed worker must also arrest the researcher`s immediate family in Ireland for the duration of the agreement and work without a work permit. The host agreement replaces the need for a work permit for the next category of officers; Researcher University staff involved in research Accommodation arrangement is used by the researcher for visa applications, if any, 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.