Upon request, the conference organizer will provide you an official invitation letter for attending the 31st Assembly of Advanced Materials Congress 2019, Miami, USA. This may assist in getting the appropriate visa. However, such an invitation does not imply any responsibility or liability for travel or other expenses. If you need an invitation letter for the VISA application, please contact us as soon as possible with the following information:
Full Name (as per your passport)
Date and place of birth
Passport number and date of expiration
If you have a keynote, invited, oral or poster presentation, please provide the abstract ID or the title.
The overseas visitors entering the USA should hold a valid passport with at least 6 months validity from date of entry. A citizen having a passport from certain countries needs a VISA to enter in the USA. For more information about visa for business trips and to attend conferences in the USA, please contact the USA Embassy or Consulate in your country or CLICK HERE. For this cruise congress, a double entry USA visa needed if delegates fall under visa requirement.
The organizers do not accept any responsibilities for the accuracy of the information under the above web link. It is noted that the invitation letter will be sent to delegates by E-mail only. Please be aware that we would not able to directly contact consulates or embassies regarding any visa issue. As the participant, it is your sole responsibility to apply and follow up your Visa application.
Miami International Airport (IATA: MIA, ICAO: KMIA, FAA LID: MIA), is the main international airport and is located about 15 km northwest of the downtown. There are several methods for traveling between city and airport, for more information please CLICK HERE.
Orlando International Airport is the international airport and is located about 70 km from downtown. There are several methods for traveling between city and airport, for more information please CLICK HERE.