If you need a visa to attend The Emergency Services Show or The Emergency Tech Show, it is essential that you begin the application process as soon as possible in order for you obtain your visa in time for the show or registration deadline. Visa application procedures for entering many countries, and in particular the UK, have become stricter and more complex following Covid-19, and therefore it can take much longer to process your application than anticipated. You must submit your own application to the relevant authority and follow up accordingly. The Emergency Services Show and The Emergency Tech Show are unable to follow up on your application on your behalf or enter into direct correspondence with consulates.
A Visa Support Letter will ONLY be issued to SPEAKERS and EXHIBITORS who have been invited by The Emergency Services Show or The Emergency Tech Show, or who have paid their exhibition registration fee in full. Once we have confirmed receipt of payment from the proposed attendee, we will need the full name, nationality, passport number, expiry date and date of birth for the attendee, only then can we issue a Visa Support Letter. The Visa Support Letter will confirm the event title, date and location. It will also confirm whether the individual is a speaker or exhibitor. It will not imply any undertaking to provide funding nor act as a financial guarantee for your stay in the UK. The Emergency Services Show and The Emergency Tech Show reserve the right not to issue a Visa Support Letter in certain cases even if the above conditions have been met. Exhibition Fees will not be refunded in the case of a Visa not being obtained.