As the newest annual event for safety and health professionals, the EHS Expo & Conference welcomes attendees from all over the world. Exhibiting companies want to ensure your safety solutions are addressed and accounted for.
Apply for your VISA EARLY!
Attendees and Exhibitors who are not United States (U.S.) citizens, but will be traveling to the U.S. for the EHS Expo & Conference, may need to obtain a temporary VISA to enter the country. We encourage the EHS Expo Attendees and Exhibitors who need to obtain VISAs to start the application process at least three to four months prior to the EHS Expo.
Official information on U.S. VISA policies and procedures is available from the U.S. Department of State.
U.S. immigration rules have changed, so even if you didn’t previously need a VISA, we strongly encourage you review the current VISA Waiver Program requirements.
Resources & Links
Want to find more information on traveling in the United States? Use any one of the links at the bottom to search for more information on the process of obtaining a VISA.
Please note: the Safety Alliance does not officially endorse these links and cannot guarantee the accuracy of the information provided.
PLEASE NOTE: Neither the EHS Expo nor any affiliates of the Safety Alliance have any influence over the issuance of a VISA. The Safety Alliance cannot assist you in the interview process, nor can anyone representing the Safety Alliance call the Embassy or Consulate on your behalf to provide support for granting a VISA. The determination is at the sole discretion of the Embassy/Consulate. Should your application be denied, the Safety Alliance and its affiliates cannot change the decision of the governmental agency.
Don’t forget your confirmation!
If you are a Canadian or International registrant, you will need to bring a printout of your bar-coded confirmation to pick up your badge. Valid photo ID will also be required.