Frequently Asked Registration Questions
Can I become a member when I register?
Yes. First, you must have an SNL Account. If you do not yet have an SNL Account, please Create An Account. If you already have an SNL Account, please Log In to register. After logging in, your membership status will be displayed at the top of of your Account Home Page. Click Join or Renew if you need to join SNL or renew your membership. After completing your membership you will be able to register and receive the member registration rate.
I’m unable to pay by credit card. Are other payment options available?
You may also send a check payable to Society for the Neurobiology of Language. First, complete the registration information and PRINT A COPY to include with your check. Send to: SNL, 19 Richardson Rd., Novato, CA 94949. Checks received without registrant information cannot be processed.
I need to cancel my registration. Can I get a refund?
See our Registration Refund Policy.
I need a Certificate of Attendance. How do I request one?
At the meeting, please visit the Onsite Registration Desk and ask for a Certificate of Attendance. We can only issue Certificates of Attendance at the meeting.
I need a Letter of Invitation for my VISA. How do I request one?
We are happy to provide a Letter of Invitation to registered attendees. Please provide the following information at the time of request:
- Your Full Name (as it appears on your passport)
- The Name you used for the conference (if different)
- Your Country
- Date of Birth
- Title of your Presentation
- Poster Session information (Poster #, Day, Time)
Email your request to email@example.com.
Guests are allowed complimentary entry into one SNL session (for the purposes of seeing the poster or slide of the person they are a guest of).
Guests are welcome at all social functions (Opening Reception and Coffee Breaks).
Guests must register at the SNL registration desk upon arrival and must be accompanied by the SNL attendee. Guests must wear a badge for entrance into the session they are attending and for social events as well.