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Conference Registration
Please follow this "link to register for the conference"

Registration Fees


Paid by September 12, 2013


Paid after September 12, 2013
COMSOC MEMBER $550.00 $650.00
IEEE MEMBER1 $580.00 $680.00
NON MEMBER2 $695.00 $795.00
IEEE MEMBER $365.00 $465.00
NON MEMBER $440.00 $540.00
Life Members $325.00 $375.00
Workshops $250.00 $300.00
Tutorials $150.00 $200.00
Expo Only $80.00 $110.00

Registration fees in USD an inclusive of 23% VAT. 

1 Includes complimentary IEEE ComSoc membership (digital delivery of IEEE Communications Magazine)
2 Includes complimentary affiliate ComSoc membership (digital delivery of IEEE Communications Magazine)

Visa Information
The Conference Organisers is able to grant visa paperwork only to those people who have registered and paid to attend the conference. Once you’ve registered, we will send your invitation letter on behalf of the conference.

To make your international travel arrangements to/from the congress host country, please find below the required visa information:

Nationals of the European Union and other with equivalent status
Nationals of the European Union, as well as nationals of Iceland, Norway, Liechtenstein and Switzerland, do not need a visa to enter Portugal. They have the right to reside in national territory for a period up to three months without other conditions or formalities beyond holding a valid identity card or passport.

Nationals of the Non European Union 
To enter Portugal foreigners that are not exempt from it must be holders of a visa which is valid for the duration of the intended purpose of stay. This visa must always be requested at a Portuguese Embassy or Consulate (in Portuguese).
A short stay visa (Schengen visa) can be issued with a period of validity which can be up to one year, but the authorized period of stay in Portugal may not exceed 3 months in a half-year period. The short stay visa may be extended up to 90 days. The holder of a Schengen visa may travel freely throughout the Schengen zone. However, if the stay exceeds 90 days in a half-year period, as of the date of the first entry in an external border, the validity of the visa is limited to Portugal.
You should submit your request (obtainable from the consulate) at a Portuguese Embassy or Consulate, together with the following documents:
- Valid travel document (identity card or passport);
- Two recent identical photographs, in color with white background, and easily identifiable;
- Document proving the purpose and conditions of the intended stay;
- Travel medical insurance (covering at least 30 000 Euros for medical assistance, hospital treatment and repatriation for medical reasons, valid for all Schengen countries).

For more information, please contact us: 

Conference Official Agency
Leading - Your Congress Organiser
Largo da Lagoa, 15F
PT 2795-116 Linda-a-velha
Tel: +351 21 771 26 37
Fax: +351 21 771 26 39

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