Non-US citizens/residents traveling to the US to attend IJCB 2017 may require a visa. For more information, please visit the U.S. Department of State's webpage. As the conference organizers cannot intervene with U.S. embassies and consulates on behalf of prospective attendees, please familiarize yourself with visa requirements as early as possible, well in advance (typically several months) of the meeting. Some embassies or consulates may have long wait times for scheduling a visa interview; current visa wait times can be found here.
If you need a personal letter of invitation, please contact Krys Boy (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Ross Beveridge (email@example.com): both at Colorado State University. Please include "IJCB 2017 Invitation Letter" on the subject line of your email and also please make sure your email request is sent to both addresses given above.
All invitation letters will be sent via regular mail as most embassies and consulates do not accept invitation letters by email or fax. Please allow 14 days for the letter to be sent out to you and please provide the following information in your request: