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  • Hotel: How can I pay for another person’s room?
    Answer: Our reservations department can assist you with that. You need to fill out a hotel specific credit card authorization form and attach a copy of ...
  • Frequent Attendee Points (FAP): What is the conversion rate of Frequent Attendee Points to dollars?
    Answer: Frequent Attendee Points do not have any cash value and can only be redeemed for tuition. The conversion rate for points is:   1:1 - 1 point ...
  • Frequent Attendee Points (FAP): How can Frequent Attendee Points be used?
    Answer: Frequent Attendee Points may only be used for the full tuition amount. FAPs cannot be used for partial tuition credit or towards the cost of ...
  • Frequent Attendee Points (FAP): Do I need to enroll or sign-up to receive Frequent Attendee Points?
    Answer: No, you do not need to enroll or sign-up in order to receive Frequent Attendee Points. You automatically begin receiving points from the first seminar ...
  • NRP Test: Do you offer NRP courses?
    Answer: No, we do not currently offer NRP courses. Please contact the American Heart Association for available courses. ...
  • Meeting Attendees and Exhibitors: Do you accept credit cards for tuition?
    Answer: Yes, we now accept credit cards for tuition. You may provide your credit card information with your online registration form, or when you register over ...
  • Hotel: Is there a fee to get into the meeting?
    Answer: Most all-inclusive resorts charge a daily entrance fee to those who are staying elsewhere, but entering the Resort to attend the meeting. Notices listing this ...
  • Meeting Attendees and Exhibitors: Are NWAS meetings tax deductible?
    Answer: NWAS does not provide information regarding tax deductibility for any of our seminars. Please visit the IRS website for more information. http://www.irs.gov  ...
  • Hotel: Can I bring my children and/or guests?
    Answer: There may be limits on the number of guests who may occupy the room type you selected which could impact the number of rooms needed ...
  • Hotel: Can I bring my infant on a cruise?
    Answer: Due to the limited medical facilities on board, the cruise lines will not accept reservations for infants under 6 months of age for non-Transocean sailings, ...

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