Travel & Visa Information
We look forward to welcoming attendees to Washington, D.C. on November 11-15.
International attendees, please familiarize yourself with the requirements to enter the US.
U.S. Department of State list of country-specific travel information.
Non-U.S. residents may need a visa to enter the United States for Neuroscience 2023. If you already have a U.S. visa, check the expiration date to ensure your visa will not expire before or during your planned travel dates. Citizens of countries meeting the visa waiver criteria do not need a visa to enter the United States. If you are eligible to travel on the Visa Waiver Program, but prefer to have a visa in your passport, you may still apply for a Business (B-1) visa. A list of countries participating in the Visa Waiver Program (VWP) can be found on the State Department website.
Obtaining a Visa
After identifying that a visa is needed, foreign travelers should contact the U.S. Embassy Consular Section in their country to determine visa processing time frames. For up-to-date information, access the DOS website.
Requesting a Letter of Invitation from SfN
To request a Letter of Invitation from SfN, please complete the visa letter request form. After completing the form, applicants will be able to download as a PDF an official letter inviting them to attend Neuroscience 2023.
Abstract presenters: To request a Letter of Invitation including your abstract presentation title, select "Presenter" as your Attendance Type and enter the 4 or 5 digit abstract control number found on your abstract confirmation email.