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A member of South Wales Police will be registering students in the International Office at Cardiff University over the Summer until middle of September.
So if you are arriving in Cardiff before our free airport pick up service on Wednesday 16 September and Thursday 17 September, then you can book an appointment to register with the police yourself using the on-line booking system.
If you are arriving at Cardiff University on or after Wednesday 16 September, then you will be able to use the Induction Police Registration Service, taking place Monday 22 September – Friday 2 October. For more information about how to book a police registration appointment on Monday 21 September, please see here
Date and Time: w/c Monday 21 September, 08:45-16:45 and Monday 28 September, Wednesday 30 September and Friday 2 October, 08:45-16:45 Venue: Deri House, 2 – 4 Park Grove (map ref. 60)
You can make an appointment on our online booking service at:
Or at the International Student Help Desk, the Information Fair on Friday 18 September or the International Office from Monday 21 September
To register with the police for the first time you will need:
Please come to your appointment with all the above items. If you don’t have all the documents the police cannot issue a Registration certificate.
Normally appointments only take 10 minutes. Though this depends on the number of questions the police need to ask you and if you’ve completed the questionnaire correctly.
Please arrive at least 10 minutes before your appointment time, so you should not have to wait too long.
Appointments are mandatory
If you turn up at the International Office without an appointment, you may not be seen and have to make an appointment.
Please be patient, the Police have to register many students and will do this as quickly as possible.
Your police appointment is a very important and is a priority for you when you first arrive. In fact it is more important than attending any University classes or activities. This is because it is a legal immigration requirement of your entry into the UK. If you fail to register with the police you could be prosecuted and there will be a note put on your immigration record. This will negatively affect any future visa applications you may make to extend your stay in the UK.
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