UCC is an accredited research institution and, as such, may enter into hosting agreements with third-country nationals (non-EEA citizens) for research purposes at the university. With Stamp 4, you no longer need an admission contract or work permit to work, and your residence permit lasts 5 years. To obtain a „scientific” visa from the French consulate or embassy in their country of origin, researchers and research fellows must provide proof of a hosting agreement with the University of Aix-Marseille (AMU). Upon receipt of the hospitality agreement forms, the Department of Human Resources; 6. A Member State may, inter alia, refuse to renew the accreditation of a research organisation which no longer fulfils the conditions laid down in paragraphs 2, 3 and 4 or decide to withdraw the authorisation or where the authorisation has been obtained fraudulently or where a research organisation has signed a hosting agreement with a third-country national with fraudulent or negligent intent. Where the authorisation has been refused or withdrawn, the organisation concerned may be prohibited from submitting a new application for authorisation for a date of up to five years after the publication of the decision to withdraw or not to renew. Yes, at least 70% of your role is research-based. All researchers arriving with hosting agreements must have issued their initial hosting agreement before coming to Ireland, whether they need a visa or not. For more information, contact the human resources department of your host institution. You should contact your IP/HR to find out if you can renew your employment/hosting contract. You must ensure that your immigration permit (stamp 1) is up to date.
For more information, see the Researchers section of the INIS website. Once all the documentation is received, the accommodation contract and employment contract are sent to the employee to help obtain a visa (if the researcher comes from a country that needs it). The objectives of this Directive, namely the introduction of a special admission procedure and the establishment of conditions of entry and residence for third-country nationals staying in the Member States for the purpose of carrying out a research project under a hosting agreement with a research organisation, cannot be sufficiently achieved by the Member States, In particular with a view to ensuring the achievement of the Directive It is therefore possible to achieve a better balance between the Member States and can therefore be better achieved by the Community. The Community is therefore empowered to act in accordance with the principle of subsidiarity as set out in Article 5 of the Treaty. In accordance with the principle of proportionality, as set out in that Article, this Directive does not go beyond what is necessary to achieve those objectives. .