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General Information 

  • Certificate: The certificate of attendance will be sent  via email 

  • Official languages: English is the official language, in the ONLINE modality Spanish translation will be available for your convenience.

  • Weather: 

      New York City is beautiful at November. The weather is generally pleasant and can vary from day to day. 

      To see current weather conditions, view details on

      Summer is characterized by bright, sunny, hot days and later sunsets, sometimes accompanied by cool breezes in areas near the water. 

  • The time zone:  New York City is on Eastern Standard Time (Greenwich mean time minus four hours during daylight saving time, from about mid-March into early November, and minus five hours the rest of the year).

  • Currency: 

       In New York City and throughout the United States, the dollar is the standard currency. This converter allows you to determine the value of other                currencies compared with the dollar. Credit card and Apple Pay are widely accepted payment methods.

  • Voltage: 

    The power plug used in the States is Type A; an ungrounded plug with two flat parallel prongs. If the sockets are different in your country, you can buy     an adapter in any hardware store before your visit or once in New York City.

    The electric voltage in the U.S. is 120V. Currently, most appliances are compatible with up to 220V. However, we recommend checking the voltage of       the appliance before plugging it in.

  • Invitation letter: For a personal invitation letter please send an e-mail to Lissette Andrews stating the reason and who should be targeted. She will receive within hours via E-Mail with electronic signature.

  • Customs / VISA:   Visas
    Visitors to New York City from outside the United States may need a visa to enter the country. For details, visit the US Department of State’s website. 

    US Customs and Border Protection

  • Recent improvements by US Customs and Border Protection have helped decrease wait times to enter the United States for both visitors and citizens coming from abroad. Among these are the Trusted Traveler Programs listed above, as well as self-service kiosks located in the international arrivals terminals at area airports and an app for smartphones and tablets. Discover what to expect when arriving from an international destination by watching “You Have Arrived,” a short instructional video; to learn more about the self-service kiosks and app, watch “Global Entry – The Quickest Way Through the Airport!”

Organizers Contact

Linda Solimine
131 East 77th Street
Blackhall 2nd floor 
Tel: 212-434-3125


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