Passports & Visas
Letters of Invitation
For many participants, letters of invitation help smooth the visa process. We wish to support international attendees in their efforts to secure the needed travel documentation; however, in order to receive a letter of invitation, SRS must be assured that you plan to attend the meeting if your travel request is granted.
Individuals that require an invitation letter to obtain a visa in order to attend the meeting must:
- Register for the in-person meeting.
- Request a Letter of Invitation by emailing the information below to the SRS Meetings Team at email@example.com.
- Full Name and Designation
- Passport Number (only if required)
The letter of invitation does not financially obligate SRS organizers in any way. All expenses incurred in relation to the meeting are the sole responsibility of the attendee.
Please note that we cannot guarantee that you will receive a visa. The decision to grant visas is at the sole discretion of the embassy/consulate. The meeting organizers cannot change the decision of the governmental agency should your application be denied. Due to the costs involved, we cannot send letters of invitation via express mail services.
Arriving in Dublin
Dublin Airport (DUB) is the 12th largest airport in Europe busiest of Ireland's airports by total passenger traffic. DUB is located approximately 13 km from the Convention Centre Dublin and 10km north of Dublin City Centre.
Upon arrival to DUB, various methods of transportation are available, including cars (private or rental), taxi, or bus.
The currency of Republic of Ireland is the Euro (EUR or €), while Northern Ireland uses the British pound. Many shops and restaurants in Dublin accept credit cards, but not all. It is therefore recommended to ask before you order or ensure you have a sufficient amount in cash to cover the bill.
If using a credit card, you may be required to enter your credit card pin; you can request this from your bank before departing.
In Dublin, in March, the average high-temperature is 51°F (10°C), and the average low-temperature is 37°F (3°C). With rain on an average of 11 days a in the month of March.
All sessions and events will take place in Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). To convert to your local time zone here.
In Ireland, the standard voltage is 230 V and the frequency is 50 Hz. In Ireland the power plugs and sockets are type G