2015 Congress International Attendees
If you’re heading to Orlando from outside the United States, we’re honored to have you in attendance! Here are some tips for ensuring a successful visit to the United States.
Under current immigration laws, the U.S. State Department advises that anyone who applies for a temporary visa to enter the U.S. should plan on significantly longer processing time than in past years. With this in mind, we strongly urge all international attendees to visit the U.S. State Department website for information on how to obtain your visa.
The U.S. Customs and Border Protection website has additional information about entry into the United States. Please contact us if you require a letter of registration confirmation for your consulate.
For legal reasons within the pharmaceutical industry, exhibitors in the learning hall are usually only permitted to distribute marketing materials and products to U.S. nurses. However, they welcome all attendees, and many will offer information for international attendees at a designated location within the learning hall. You are most welcome in the learning hall, where there are many activities during Congress.
All Congress sessions are conducted in English and we do not offer simultaneous translation. However, international attendees are welcome to contact us to arrange to bring their own translators.
Host City Information
For helpful travel, dining, and tourism recommendations, check out our visitor’s site built just for Congress attendees. You’ll find great information on all of the local Orlando attractions.