If you require a visa to enter the United Kingdom, LIMUN is able to issue an invitation letter for you. Invitation letters shall only be issued to those delegates who have completed their registration process and paid their fees in full. Please note that it is the delegates responsibility to assert their visa status, and ensure that they apply sufficiently early. LIMUN will not refund fees paid by delegates who fail to obtain visas. For this reason, we encourage you to register for LIMUN as soon as possible.
To obtain a visa letter from LIMUN:
- Register and pay your fees.
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org requesting the letter. Please attach a scanned copy of your passport photo page, a letter from your university/college confirming your enrolment (not older than 6 months) and contact details (email and phone number) to your university’s student registry. LIMUN will contact your institution to confirm your student status.
If you require proof of participation to obtain leave from school or university for LIMUN, we can provide you with a letter comfirming your attendence to the conference. For this email email@example.com and place 'Confirmation of Participation Letter' in the subject-line. Please note we will only issue such letters after you have registered and paid your fees.
If you require an invoice for administrative purposes before payment of your fee can be made, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
LIMUN is committed to ensuring the security and protection of personal information that we process, and to provide a compliant and consistent approach to data protection. We take the privacy and security of personal individuals and their personal information very seriously. We understand that passport scans are sensitive materials and our treatment of them is fully GDPR compliant. Our principles for processing personal information are:
- The scans are not stored on any computer, compiled in a database, sold to third parties nor sent across borders.
- We will not keep personal information for longer than is necessary