The official language of the Conference will be English.
The official language of Chile is Spanish.
The Organizing Committee reserves the right to adjust or change the scientific and/or social program as necessary.
LIABILITY AND INSURANCE
Participants are responsible for arranging their own travel and health insurance. The Organizing Committee of the 14th ISP-SLF will not be held liable in any way whatsoever for any losses, accidents, costs or expenses to participants or any other person during the conference. The Organizing Committee accepts no liability in any way for any web sites that are linked to or from http://14ise-slf.utalca.cl/
These web sites and the content, views, opinions and statements expressed within these sites are the responsibility of their individual owners and authors.
LETTER OF INVITATION
All participants requiring letters of invitation should inform the 14th ISP-SLF secretariat at the earliest possible date.
Such invitations are only for the purpose of assisting participants to raise travel funds or obtain visas. No financial commitment on the part of the organizers is implied. Please address your request to the Secretary-General (Send e-mail: colocar mail de contacto).
No refunds will be provided, however, you can indicate a substitute person at no additional cost.
The Visa is an endorsed document, or stamp in your passport, that allows you to enter the country. You can get this stamp at a Chilean consulate from your country. You will be considered a tourist as long as you enter the country for recreational, studies, or business purposes, etc.
Given specific bilateral relations, citizens from some countries are not required a Visa to enter Chile, the only requirement being an I.D. card. These countries are: Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Paraguay, Peru and Uruguay.
Also, you need to know Chile has a tourist visa exemption agreement with several other countries. This means that if you’re coming from any of these countries you are not required to obtain a Visa. The full list of countries can be found here. A tourist card is issued at the international port-of-entry. A fee payable in U.S. dollars is levied on visitors. The receipt is valid for multiple entries during the validity of the travelers’s passport. A specific list of prices can be found here
The Chilean currency is the Chilean Peso. Major credit cards are widely accepted in Chile.