Visa Information

PROCESS EXPO, North America’s premier event connecting food and beverage processors and packaging professionals with equipment manufacturers, welcomes all international attendees to the 2021 edition.  Please find pertinent information below regarding visa, transportation and travel.

If your company is interested in organizing a delegation of just 5 or more participants, the group would be entitled to a discounted rate to the show.

Traveling to the United States

We want to make sure that the registration and visa application process will not slow you down. Before you do anything, make sure you secure your visa! You can obtain the invitation letter you need for your visa while registering for the show.  Registration is now open.

Read More About Visas and Traveling to the United States

Health Insurance

Medical care in the United States can be very expensive. All visitors should carry adequate health insurance valid for the duration of their stay in the United States.

Driving in the United States

Visitors who wish to rent cars must have a major credit card and a valid driver's license from their own country. In some cases, an international driver’s license may be required. Contact the car rental company directly for specific information.  Please note that a number of the official hotels will be within walking distance of the exposition.  Housing options will be shown available to you as part of your registration process here.

Required Change of Address Notice

Visitors staying in the United States longer than six months must notify the United States government of any change in their residential address within 10 days or face serious consequences. Address notification should be made directly to the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), using their required form.

Registration in the United States

Federal law requires that all non-U.S. citizens carry evidence of their lawful status with them at all times. This is especially important for all travel, international or domestic. It is advisable to keep copies of all pages of the passport, visa, I–94 Arrival-Departure card and supporting documents, such as DS-2019 forms, in a safe place in case of loss of the original documents.