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Visa applications

Personnel from certain countries attending ECOC Exhibition 2017 Gothenburg in Sweden will require a visa. To support your official visa application, individuals will also require a letter of invitation from the ECOC organisers.
 
Please note that processing of Visa Applications will not begin until the end of April 2017.
 
 
Visa Letters
If you require a letter of invitation for visa purposes please download, print and complete the form.
 
 
 
Completing the form
 
Please include your full name as it appears on your passport and ensure you complete every section of the form it will then be processed and an invitation letter issued. The visa letter will be sent as an email attachment only - as most embassies / consoles accept this method. When requesting letters for more than one individual please complete a form for each person. This service will be available until 25 August 2017. 
 
Please note you will not be able to save any information into the online form.
 
Completed forms should be returned to Michelle Dampier by fax (+44 1732 752130) or scan and email to michelle.dampier@nexusmediaevents.com. 
 
Invitation letters take ECOC management 7-10 days to process so please ensure you apply for your visa as early as possible. 
 
ECOC Management are not able to contact Embassies on behalf of any individual wishing to attend the ECOC Conference & Exhibition.
 
Additional Support Documentation for Exhibitors
 
In order to provide additional supporting documentation for visa application, the organisers will also supply an official letter from the venue (CCD Congress Centre Düsseldorf) verifying that the show will be staged there and also a letter confirming if you are an exhibitor that you are registered with a booth or if a visitor that you have registered on the ECOC website to attend the event. 
 
These letters will be sent via e-mail with the letter of invitation. 
 
Please note: Refunds for exhibit space will not be made if a visa application is unsuccessful.
 
ECOC ORGANISERS CANNOT TAKE RESPONSIBILITY FOR UNSUCCESSFUL VISA APPLICATIONS NOR INTERVENE WITH ANY DECISIONS MADE BY THE EMBASSIES ON BEHALF OF ANY EXHIBITOR.