Garda Vetting update 16 November 21

Garda Vetting update 16 November 21
Garda Vetting update 18 February 22

Eighty per cent of Garda Vetting applications are taking approximately ten working days from when the link from the National Vetting Bureau has been completed by the applicant. Please ensure the applicant completes the link from the NVB as soon as they receive it. It may go to their junk mail.

You can now track the Garda Vetting application by entering the applicant’s ECI001-2021***  reference number and their date of birth into the National Vetting Bureau website.
Make sure there are no spaces put in before or after the application ID number as it may not work.

Once the applicant has submitted their information to the National Vetting Bureau, they can also track their application this way.

Inputting applicant details into the Garda Vetting Portal
Just a reminder that all the details that are inputted into the Garda Vetting portal will be on the applicants’ Completed Garda Vetting, so please ensure people’s names are spelt correctly.

If you think you made a mistake, please email vetting2@earlychildhoodireland.ie and we can change the details for you, as duplication in the system can cause issues or further delays.

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