Garda Vetting Update 27 September 2022

Garda Vetting Update 27 September 2022
Garda Vetting Update 27 September 2022

This week we look at Garda Vetting turnaround times and how to track a Garda Vetting application.

Current Turnaround Times

At present the Garda Vetting applications are taking around 8 – 10 working days from when the applicant has submitted their information on the National Vetting Bureau website. However, some applications may take longer due to further checks.

Tracking a Garda Vetting Application

You can track a Garda Vetting application by entering the applicant’s ECI001-2022*** reference number and their date of birth into the National Vetting Bureau website:  https://vetting.garda.ie/Track

Make sure there are no spaces put in before or after the application ID number as it may not work.

Inputting tips

Please ensure the applicant’s name is spelled correctly as it cannot be changed once they complete the link from the National Vetting Bureau (NVB).
The email address and date of birth also need to be correct, or the applicant won’t be able to login to the link sent to them by the NVB. Please ensure there are no extra spaces before or after the email address.

Address – Make sure the top 3 boxes are filled out (any box with an asterisk needs to have information entered) and that international addresses have the specified country included. The Eircode or post code must be entered into the appropriate box.

Mistakes

If you think you have made an error while submitting the form details, please do not resubmit the Garda Vetting application, but contact us on vetting2@earlychildhoodireland.ie and we will amend it for you.

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