Brookhaven Lab Guest Form for Non-U.S. citizens
Please use the information below to assist you in completing some of the required fields in the Brookhaven Lab Guest Form. If you have a current Brookhaven Lab appointment and a valid Brookhaven Lab Guest Number or you have a pending Brookhaven Lab Guest Registration (GR) Number, it is not necessary to complete Brookhaven Lab Guest Form again.
|Form Questions||Insert the Following|
|Purpose of Visit:||Workshop|
|Subject Code:||Nuclear Physics|
|Access Requested:||Virtual Event|
Number of days you estimate to be on-site over a two-years.
|Continuously < 30 days|
|BNL Department:||Physics Department (PO)|
Facility being requested to Conduct Research.
Beamline/experiment being requested.
|None or Unknown|
Research or Work will the visitor/assignee be working on.
|Anticipated Start:||Use Workshop Start Date (January 25, 2022)|
|Anticipated End:||Use Workshop End Date (January 28, 2022)|
|Visit Justification:||Attend RBRC Workshop: RHIC Isobar Run – The goal of this workshop is to: explore and identify interesting observables and associated physics; understand the required experimental precision and identify possible backgrounds; call for theoretical predictions; and identify interesting isobar species for possible future experiments.|
|Host First Name:||David|
|Host Last Name:||Morrison|
Important Notice: Non-U.S. citizens must complete additional Brookhaven Lab Guest Form by December 13, 2021 and be approved in the Brookhaven Lab Guest Information System (GIS) before they can participate in this event.
Completing the Brookhaven Lab Guest Form does not automatically register you for this event.
Notice for Non-U.S. citizens
Non-U.S. citizens who have an active and up to date Brookhaven Lab appointment, but whose Passport, Visa, or U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) documentation have expired must contact the Guest, User, Visitor (GUV) Center between the hours of 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, to get their USCIS documentation updated.