I am an International Student; how do I get a letter to renew my IRP/GNIB card?

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The Student Records and Examinations Office (SREO) can provide a 'proof of registration' and 'fees paid' letter. This is an official letter detailing your registration for the academic year and includes your attendance record.  This will also state if your fees are in order for the relevant academic year, provided sufficient fees are paid, or the Fees office have received notification of your funding for the year.

Please note, a pdf  copy is currently accepted by Immigration and is valid for one week only from date of issue.  However, you must present a printed version of the pdf to Immigration.  It is advisable to make an appointment with Immigration in advance of contacting us for a letter.

If you would like to request a letter, please submit your request by logging in at the link below and upload your appointment and we will send this to your umail address one week in advance of your appointment. 

If you cannot find the answer to your question, or if you need additional support, contact us:

Last Updated: Jun 21st 2022 - Keywords: IRP   GNIB   International   Visa   Renewal   Attendance   Irish residency permit   - Views: 1590

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