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FAQ: Registration and Reservations

How do I register for NTI?
NTI registration opens Nov. 7. You can register online or download a registration form to register by mail: 

AACN
Attn: Customer Care
101 Columbia
Aliso Viejo, CA 92656

Fax: 949-362-2020
Phone: 800-899-2226

If you register in advance, you can jump right into NTI with your name badge and event tickets in hand. With your name badge, proceed directly to bag pick-up when you arrive. You do not need to visit Registration. If your name badge does not arrive before you leave for Boston, pick it up on-site at Registration.


How do I register for Sunrise Sessions?
Reservation requests for NTI sunrise sessions with limited seating are handled through My NTI. To reserve, simply add a Sunrise Session with available seating to your schedule.


How do I make changes to my registration after I have registered?
To add or change a preconference, purchase additional Nurses’ Night Off tickets or the Certification Celebration dinner, please call customer care at: 800-899-2226.


Can I register on-site?
Yes, you can register on-site for the full conference or a single day at Registration.


Can I bring my kids to NTI?
Bring your kids for a vacation in Boston. However, children are not permitted in educational sessions and we do not encourage bringing children to the Critical Care Exposition. If necessary, children will be admitted only when accompanied by a badge-wearing NTI participant at all times. For the safety of attendees and exhibitors, strollers are not permitted in the exhibit hall.


Can I bring a guest to NTI?
Yes, but NTI guests have limited access. Guests can accompany a badge-wearing NTI participant for free in the exhibit hall. For $25, your guest can attend the Super Sessions and walk through the exhibit hall. Guest badges are available at Registration.


I am traveling from another country. Does AACN provide a visa travel letter?
The NTI visa travel letter is for healthcare professionals who need a visa to attend NTI 2018 in Boston. The letter implies no obligation, financial or otherwise, by AACN. We advise visa applicants to apply for their visa as soon as travel to the U.S. is considered, and no later than six months before the conference. Email info@aacn.org to request a visa travel letter, providing:

  1. Full name
  2. Complete address and postal code to receive U.S. international mail
  3. Phone number and email to receive the visa travel letter
  4. Official name and address of your place of employment

Where can I find more detailed information about applying for a visa?
Visit the International Travel website for more detailed information. If you have any specific problems securing your visa, contact the Bureau of Counselor Affairs at businessvisa@state.gov.