Travel & Visas

Traveling to CES from outside the United States?

We have all the information you need to get to Las Vegas and CES.


Need to know how to get to CES? Visit the travel section of (in English) to find the best airfare and car rental rates as well as your on-site transportation needs.

Need to know where to stay? Visit the hotel section of (in English) to make group and individual reservations.

Visa Information 

Do you need a visa?

You can now complete the visa application form online.

Need help?

Download our Visa Tip Sheet (PDF) for step-by-step instructions, website addresses and other information to make your visa application process successful.

Important Reminders for Attendees Traveling Into and Out of the United States:

1.     It is recommended to allow at least three hours for transfer in any U.S. airport, re-check your luggage and/or proceed to the U.S Customs and Border Protection Services for immigration processing.
2.     Please note that the Form I-94 went paperless since April, 2013. Travelers will be provided with a CBP admission stamp on their travel document. If a traveler needs a copy of their I-94 (record of admission) for verification of alien registration, immigration status or employment authorization, it can be obtained here . For detailed information, please check I-94 Automation .

Monitor the Ebola Outbreak

CES officials are closely monitoring the Ebola situation. While there have been a handful of patients who contracted the virus in the United States, the Ebola outbreak in the U.S. has been limited to medical staff who have treated a patient.  According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the risk for an Ebola outbreak in the United States remains very low and the CDC is working closely with its international partners to prevent an outbreak from occurring in the U.S. The CDC is currently not recommending screening for the disease at U.S. conferences and events, but we are working with local health officials to assure our participants' well-being.  We will continue to monitor the situation and will provide the most updated information here.

Our primary concern at this time is for those on the frontlines working to treat patients who have been infected with Ebola and working to contain the outbreak. 

For more information and resources on Ebola, visit:
U.S. Centers for Disease Control

World Health Organization