Your registration also initiates the visitor's badge request that you will need to gain access to the NASA-Goddard campus.
All meeting attendees will be required to display on their person a NASA Goddard Visitor's badge. This badge is in addition to your meeting attendee badge. The visitor badge can only be issued to those who have received a confirmation of registration. Once your registration has been received, you will be contacted within 48 hours confirming your badge request is in process and will detail any additional information that will be needed from you to continue the process. If you do not receive your badge initiation request, please contact Lynette Queen or Sandy Barnes to follow up.
Please note that visitor access to NASA Godard is not guaranteed by your registration. NASA security has the final authority for all badge approvals and refusals.
To avoid a delay with check-in, please ensure that you have all of your documentation prior to arriving at Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC). Please keep track of the visitor's badge issued to you. If it is lost or misplaced, you will have to complete the badge check in procedure again, before being allowed back onto the GSFC Campus. Once your badge has been issued, you will be allowed to access campus through any gate.
US Citizens/ Naturalized Citizens/ Legal Permanent residents (Green card holders)
You will have to produce two forms of ID listed on the attached I-9 Security poster. Green card holders MUST bring their "green card". If you have specific questions pertaining to your proof of identification please do not hesitate to contact me; Lynette Queen.
All non US Citizens are classified as a Foreign Nationals. All foreign national badge processing will occur at the Security office (building 9) located at the Main gate: 8800 Greenbelt Road, Greenbelt, Maryland. For identification proofing, your passport and visa documents must be presented. If you are not traveling on a visa you MUST bring a copy of the confirmation page of your ESTA Visa waiver.
Please visit the following site to obtain an ESTA Visa Waiver.
Workshop: November 4, 5, 6, 7, 2014
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