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if you would like further information, or if you would like to be included in
have been shipped and will arrive in Gainesville in late July.
Registration Deadlines and Travel Visa Information
1 Preliminary Entry Deadline 20% Deposit required to confirm reservation.
Registration is not confirmed until the 20% deposit is
received. If the 20% deposit is not received within 1 week of reservation,
the housing will be released.
Reservation deposits can be refunded or applied towards the
rest of a housing invoice through July 27, 2003. Deposits will not be
refunded for housing requests cancelled after July 27, 2003.
July 27, 2003 Numerical
40% (60% total) due by July 27 Numerical Entry Deadline.
Numerical entries from National Federations shall state the
number of competitors and must be in the hands of the Organizing Committee at
least 45 days before the first day of the championships. The number of
substitutes and team staff shall also be given in the entries.
August 27, 2003
Nominal Entry Deadline
No refunds for housing requests cancelled after August 27.
Nominal entries containing the names of the competitors in
each individual event must be received by the Organizing Committee not later
than 14 days before the first day of the races and in accordance with the rules
in paragraph 13. The names of the substitutes for each category must be given
(Kayak Men, Kayak Women, and Canoe Men). The number of the substitutes is
unlimited in accordance with the rules in article 13.
Please contact the United States Consular office in your country as soon as
possible to determine the procedure for obtaining travel visas. The current
world situation has changed these processes and you should contact them
immediately with your travel concerns. The United States State Department has
alerted all of the consular offices in the countries that are member nations of
the ICF to this upcoming event.
Please note that neither the Organizing Committee nor the United States
Department of State in Washington, D.C. can provide assistance with respect to
visa denials for applicants wishing to attend the World Championships in
September. If a visa is refused, the visa applicant must deal directly with the
United States consular office that adjudicated the visa application. We
recommend that all participants who require United States visas consult the
Department of State's visa Web Site at http://Travel.state.gov/visa_services.html.
Visa applicants should consult the "Visa
Reciprocity Tables" and the "Frequently
Asked Questions" sections for information about application fees, other
charges, visa validity and other important items pertaining to travel to the
United States. The site also provides the DS-156 nonimmigrant visa application
form AND direct links to most United States consular offices around the world.
This link goes to the United States Department of State - International