International Attendee Resources

Please note that this is general information provided by APSA, and because this information may change, it is recommended that you contact your local embassy to ensure documentation is in order.  For more information on the travel ban, visit APSA’s Travel Ban Resources page.

Applying for a Visa
Business (B-1) visas are used for attending education events. The State Department recommends applying for a visa no later than 60 days before the travel date. APSA recommends starting this process as soon as possible to ensure everything is in order.

Business Visa Center
Business (B-1) Visas

Visa Wait Times
Visa Wizard
Locate a U.S. Embassy or Consulate
Frequently Asked Questions on Business Visas
Executive Order on Visas – View APSA’s travel ban resource page for more information.

Visa Waiver Programs
If you are attending from a Visa Waiver Country, you must meet all the requirements listed on the State Department’s page, and you must ensure your Electronic System for Travel Authorization (ESTA) is up to date and have an e-passport ready to use.

Visa Waiver Program Information

Electronic System for Travel Authorization (ESTA)
FAQs on the Visa Waiver Program and ESTA

Other Resources
Annual Meeting Invitation Letter
Contact for an official Annual Meeting invitation letter. Invitation letters can be provided to all program participants and paid registrants.

Access Your Registration Receipt
Registration receipts are emailed at time of purchase, but can be accessed again under your My APSA account. Receipts can be found under “Recent Orders” by clicking the “View” icon next to the appropriate receipt.

Online Program
Access the 2017 Online Program.

International Attendee Reception
Make plans to attend the International Attendee Reception on Thursday, August 31, at 7:30 p.m.