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All travelers transiting the U.S. are subject to the U.S. customs/immigration laws. Visitors traveling to the U.S. are required to be in possession of passports that are valid for six months beyond the period of their intended stay in the U.S. Click for more information about passports and documents required for foreign travelers.
The U.S. government requires residents of many countries to obtain a temporary visa before entering the United States. Recent changes to the visa application process may have increased the length of time required to receive your visa. It is very important to apply for a visa at least 90 days prior to departure. For information on U.S. visa policies and procedures, click here.
During the online registration process you will have the opportunity to request a Visa Invitation Letter. You must register to attend the WWETT Show in order to receive an official visa invitation letter.
The turnaround time for most VISA applications is 30 days, but in some cases may take considerably longer. It is recommended to apply for your VISA two to three months before your scheduled trip in order to avoid delays in processing. You may contact the U.S. Embassy or Consulate for current wait times.
Appropriate documentation, such as an Invitation Letter, can help demonstrate the purpose of your trip is to attend and/or exhibit at the WWETT Show and that you intend to return home.
If you require a Visa Letter prior to our registration system opening or if you need assistance please contact us directly at 866-360-5661 or email@example.com and we will be happy to process your request.
The Visa Waiver Program (VWP) enables citizens of 27 countries to travel to the United States for tourism or business without obtaining a visa. VWP travelers must present a machine-readable passport (MRP) at the U.S. post of entry to enter the U.S. without a visa. To obtain a complete list of exempt countries and learn more, visit the Visa Waiver Program website.
The WWETT Show extends a special welcome to those of you who are traveling to Indianapolis from outside of the United States. We are looking forward to meeting you!
Sessions at the WWETT Show are conducted in English.
Our 2017 event will be held at the Indiana Convention Center and Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, IN.
Prior to traveling to Indianapolis for the Expo, you may wish to check the ten-day weather forecast.
Help plan your trip by checking the current exchange rate of your currency to U.S. dollars.
Tipping in the United States is customary. A 15% to 20% tip is usually expected in restaurants, taxis, and for services you receive.
Become familiar with American etiquette for private, public, and business interactions.
Indianapolis is in the Eastern Time Zone.
Voltage 120, frequency 60 Hz. Adapters that may be required are: Two flat blades or two flat blades with a round grounding pin
Most hotels offer high-speed Internet connections and shops and restaurants with wifi are plentiful.
Dial 911 from any phone.
Standard business hours are 9:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday.
Attire at the WWETT Show is business casual. Since meeting room temperatures and personal comfort ranges may vary, a light sweater or jacket is recommended. Also, you may wish to wear comfortable shoes, as walking distances within the convention center can be long.
Indianapolis offers you a great tradeshow experience with world of superb restaurants, attractions, museums and more. Consult the Convention & Visitors Bureau for ideas and resources.
If you have specific questions in the meantime, please contact us.