EVENT TERMS & CONDITIONS
JCI Amsterdam International provides services to you subject to the following conditions. If you join the European Capital Meeting from April 28 till May 1, 2022, then the below (henceforward) called visitor who registers and pays the deposit fee, accepts these conditions.
Please read the terms and conditions carefully.
Acceptance of Terms
By paying your fee and attending the event you confirm that you agree to abide by the following Terms and Condition in order to visit the European Capital Meeting in Amsterdam, taking place from April 28 till May 1, 2022.
Please be aware that the program as mentioned on https://www.ecm2022.com/ can be altered at all times due to different circumstances in the Netherlands. For example, programs can be altered due to new corona regulations, strikes or any other events. JCI Amsterdam International will try to offer you an alternative program when this occurs.
JCI Amsterdam International does not arrange flights or make any travel arrangements for your stay in The Netherlands. This is the responsibility of the visitor. The visitor is responsible to find and adhere to any of their own or the Dutch government advice for their travels concerning corona regulations, passport, visa and other health requirements. Where JCI Amsterdam International makes suggestions and provides advice on travel documentation, this is indicative only.
Passport, visa and health requirements
Visitors are solely responsible for having the correct and necessary travel documents that they require for their travel. Passport, visa and health requirements are subject to change and you must check current requirements before departure. It is your responsibility to obtain all documents required for your trip. To ensure that these are in proper order and to take them with you. JCI Amsterdam International will not be liable if you fail to do so. You will be responsible for meeting any additional cost incurred by reason of such failure. Please check with the appropriate government sources, embassy or consulate well before you travel. JCI Amsterdam International does not accept responsibility if entry to The Netherlands is denied due to incorrect corona health certificates, visa or passport documentation.
JCI Amsterdam International does not provide the visitor with insurance of any kind. However while (travel) insurance is not mandatory on JCI Amsterdam International programs, it is strongly recommended. The visitor is solely responsible for deciding the type, extent and level of any insurance they require during the planned travel period and is responsible for organizing this insurance.
The visitor will have to transfer 100 euro as part of the fees to secure the registration for the European Capital Meeting in Amsterdam. As soon as the deposit has been received by JCI Amsterdam International, the visitor will be updated regularly with all the information and support you need to prepare for your upcoming visitor program.
The payment of remaining fees of 150 euros are to be made in a minimum of one week before you arrive at the European Capital Meeting.
Cancellations and Refund Policy
Any time the visitor cancels with a minimum of 1 month in advance, the visitor will receive 50 euros back from your deposit. If the visitor cancels less than one month before the European Capital Meeting, then the visitor will receive no money back from the deposit. JCI Amsterdam International can use this money for financial losses. If there are less losses from the European Capital Meeting, the visitor will receive the rest of the money back.
If the European Capital Meeting is canceled due to unexpected events, such as strict corona regulations, strikes or any other events in the Netherlands, you will receive 50 euros back from your deposit and JCI Amsterdam International can use 50 euros for financial losses. If there are less losses, you will receive the rest of the money back.
Once you arrive in The Netherlands and the remaining fee is paid, the fee cannot be refunded.