Attendees from outside the United States may need to apply for a visa at the American Embassy, consulate, or other visa-issuing office in their country of origin. Please make your visa requests early. For information on U.S. Visa policies and procedures visit http://travel.state.gov.
Visa Letters and Letters of Invitation
IAAPA will provide visa letters or letters of invitation for registered participants only. During the registration process visa letter questions will be asked on the profile page. Your visa letter will be received by e-mail upon completion of registration. No exceptions are made to this policy.
If an individual registers for IAAPA Attractions Expo 2014, requests a visa letter and their visa application is denied, IAAPA will refund 100% of registration fees. For questions on this policy, contact convention@IAAPA.org.
Visa Waiver Program Travelers
International travelers who are seeking to travel to the United States under the Visa Waiver Program are now subject to enhanced security requirements. Effective January 12, 2009, all Visa Waiver Program travelers will be required to obtain an electronic travel authorization prior to boarding a carrier to travel by air or sea to the U.S. under the Visa Waiver Program. For Information on obtaining electronic travel authorization click here.
International Business Lounge
Located conveniently in the Orange County Convention Center, the lounge allows international attendees to conduct business and relax. Business services such as photocopying, faxing, language translation, and internet access are also available for international attendees.
LDP Translation Services
IAAPA offers free basic interpretation services in Spanish, Japanese, French, Italian, and Chinese. Hours will be posted for international attendees to schedule 30 minutes translation services at no charge. Interpreters needed for longer periods and interpreters fluent in other languages are available by appointment for a fee.