Visa Information


Information for Issuing Visa


If you are not a Greek citizen planning on attending ICRI 2014, transiting into  Greece from abroad, you may require a visa.

It is the traveler’s responsibility to check and confirm current visa requirements to enter Greece. We highly recommend that all non-Greek citizens check current visa requirements with the nearest Greek Consulate in your own country prior to departure. To find your local Greek diplomatic mission go to Greek Foreign Affairs Ministry website. If you do require a visa to travel to Greece, we recommend that you plan ahead.


Requests for Letters of Invitation


To help you, once you have registered, we can issue a letter which confirms that you have registered to the conference.

Official invitation letters for visa application are issued only after you have registered to the conference and strictly for the persons invited to attend the conference. No exceptions.

When requesting your letter of invitation (by e-mail to, please include the following information:

Requestor's complete mailing address, including country and postal code, Date of Birth (day/month/year), Passport Number, Gender, Nationality, Mailing address for the Greek embassy office with which you are working, Your FAX number, Planned dates of attendance at the conference, Planned dates you will be in Greece. Note that due to the large amount of enquires received, we only reply to visa application queries AFTER you have registered for ICRI 2014 as general visa information should be obtained from your local Greek Consulates.

The Conference Organisers cannot contact or intervene with any Greek Embassy or Consulate office abroad on your behalf, so please begin your visa application process as soon as you determine that you want to attend the Conference.