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International travel can be overwhelming to new travelers -- especially when regulations are in play.Doing a quick Internet search for "passport application" will yield a number of services offering to expedite a passport application.Many of these services charge a fee to "help" travelers get their passport on the fast track to approval and issuance, purportedly helping people get their passports as quick as possible.For the three year passport, studies must be defined and appended to the document pack and must be agreed with your substantive employer (who will decide if any new checks are needed) and if added to your passport it is validated, you must inform each R&D office.Do you have an existing contract, or honorary contract, with another NHS Trust?The Research Passport does not guarantee you access to an NHS organisation but is the mechanism by which you apply for access.

You need a Research Passport if you will be undertaking research within Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust and you do not have a contract of employment with the NHS.

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The Research Passport is a validated “pack” of documents and includes all necessary employment checks which are required prior to undertaking research in the NHS.