The ICNCT Organizers and the University of Missouri look forward to welcoming our international attendees to ICNCT-17 and Columbia.
Meeting attendees are advised to begin their visa application process as soon as possible (at least six (6) months before visa is needed is recommended). Consulates in some countries take several months to process applications. Obtaining visas are the responsibility of attendees and other participants. As part of security procedures, applications for visas are sent to the U.S. State Department for a security review. For further information, visit the State Department Website. Please check with the local U.S. consulate or embassy to find out the earliest that you may apply for a visa. Find your local U.S. embassy or consulate.
There are two types of verification generated through the registration process:
For applications that have not been approved 30 days after the interview, you should complete an online questionnaire. You will be asked to name the meeting (17th International Congress on Neutron Capture Therapy) and explain the purpose of your visit. Click here for visa wait times.
Registration Refunds Due to a Visa Denial:
Visa processing may require long lead times. Please plan accordingly. If your visa has been denied and you would like to be considered for a registration refund, please make sure you have either an official denial document from the U.S. consulate or a stamped copy of your application form, showing the date when you applied and the date your visa application has been denied. Not all requests for a refund may be approved.
c/o MU Conference Office
Columbia, MO 65211
January 4, 2016
Abstract submission link opens
May 16, 2016
Abstract submission link closes
Abstracts selected and presenters are notified
May 2, 2016
Registration opens online; Early Bird registration fee
July 1, 2016
Regular registration fee goes into effect online
October 2, 2016
October 7, 2016