International Attendees

CBD Expo Tour has got a lot in store for the time coming. Our event is growing and we want to thank everyone who has been and wants to be a part of this awesome experience!

As our Expo continues to expand, so do our Exhibitors and Attendees! So far we have about 90 plus exhibitors and over thousands of attendees local and international who help make this event a success!

We want to help make things easier for you when it comes down to showtime and getting you prepared.

 

Visa Information

Registrants from outside of the U.S may need to apply for a visa at the Embassy, Consulate, or other visa issuing office in your country of origin. Please begin your visa application process as soon as possible. Some countries take several months to process applications.

For visa purposes, a Letter of Invitation created by you with your name, company, and mailing address may be personalized and sent over to us so we can provide you with our company logo and have it signed by our CEO for review.

Please note: Invitation letters imply no obligation by CBD Expo to cover registration fees, accommodations, travel expenses, or any other costs associated with participation in this event. CBD Expo is not able to contact Embassies or Consulates on behalf of any individual attempting to gain entry into the U.S.

 

FAQs

How do I know if I need a visa?
Countries that participate in the U.S. Department of State Visa Waiver Program may not require a visa. For more information or to determine if your country is included in the Visa Waiver Program, please visit https://esta.cbp.dhs.gov/esta/.
If you do not need a visa to travel to the United States, you are required to register for Electronic System for Travel Authorization (ESTA). Please log on to https://esta.cbp.dhs.gov and register before the date you will travel.

Why do I need a letter of invitation?
If you are traveling from a country that requires a visa to travel to the United States, you may request a letter of invitation. This letter will inform the U.S. Embassy that you will be in the United States to conduct business at CBD Expo and will return to your home country when the show is over.

What if my visa request is denied?
If you are denied, reapply immediately and provide any requested information at your next interview. If you are delayed or denied again, please submit an inquiry about your case by e-mail to businessvisa@state.gov or call 202-663-3198.

Important: Please be aware that Informa cannot assist you with the visa interview process, but please inform us of your situation. The Visa Assistance Program can expedite visa processing and arrange special appointments with the U.S. Consulate Offices. It is the only program recognized by the State Department. To learn more, go to www.uschamber.com/international.

 

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