If you indicated that you are a Non-U.S. Citizen and do not have a current BNL Appointment, you must registered in GIS. Registering in GIS does not automatically register you for this event If you have a current BNL Appointment and a valid BNL Guest Number or you have a pending Guest Registration (GR) Number, it is not necessary to complete the GIS registration again.
Please complete this form as soon as possible to ensure sufficient time for approval. In order to make certain that this form is completed and routed correctly, please fill in all of your personal information and make sure to fill in the following for these few required questions:
|Form Field||Insert This Information|
|Purpose of Visit:||Conference Attendance|
|BNL Department Associated with:||Physics Department (Only choose the PHYSICS DEPARTMENT)|
|Type of Research:||Open Research|
|Type of Access Requested:||Physical on-site Access to BNL|
|Number of days you estimate to be on-site over a two-year:||Intermittently < 30|
|Subject Code for the Visit/Assignment:||None or Unknown|
|Justification of Visit/Assignment:||Attend RBRC Workshop|
|Name of BNL Host for Visit/Assignment:||First Name: Anthony; Last Name: Baltz|
Once you have completed the GIS Registration Form, you will automatically receive e-mails in response to let you know what further instructions are necessary prior to your arrival. Upon initially completing the online form you will receive an e-mail giving you a GR number; this number is only a tracking number. This is not your final Identification number. When your trip is fully approved, you will receive an e-mail indicating that you are approved and you will receive your Identification number.
Non-U.S. Citizens with active BNL appointments but whose Passport, Visa, or USCIS documentation have expired must bring their updated documentation with them and check-in at the Guest, User, Visitor (GUV) Center between the hours of 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, to update their USCIS documentation. Upon arrival at BNL, you have to go to the Guest/User/Visitor Center (GUV) located in the Research Support Building (Bldg. 400) to check in. Please make sure to bring proper identification.
Last Modified: May 7, 2010