International Pentecostal Young People's Union | Elder Jarrett Perdue, President

Payments: Prices are not guaranteed until tickets have been paid for in full and issued, and are subject to change at any time until then. As soon as we receive sufficient payment, we will begin ordering travel and issuing tickets. Tickets and/or e‐ticket confirmations will be delivered on or afterNovember 30, 2016 and upon the receipt of final payment. Tickets may be issued as paper tickets, e‐tickets, or a mix of both. For planning purposes, half of your trip ($1,225), must be paid by November 30, 2016. Trip must be PAID in full by February 1, 2017.

Deposits: Deposits will be received in the amount of $165.00 and are non‐refundable. Your deposit will cover initial costs of securing travel arrangements. It is estimated that payments of $165 per month will cover your trip in full, when paid through February 1, 2017. Payments can be made at any time via Paypal.
Your registration is NOT complete if deposit of $165 is not paid

Forms of Payment: We encourage all attendees to use our PayPal account for deposits and payments made thereafter. If someone other than the attendee is making a payment on an attendee’s behalf, it will be very important to note the attendee’s name for accurate recordkeeping. We will accept money orders and/or Cashiers checks, which can be sent to the Pentecostal Assemblies of the World, Inc. at 3939 Meadows Dr. Indianapolis, IN 46205. Please take a photo of your payment and send to Airline tickets will not be released until full payment has cleared.

Passports: The traveler is responsible for obtaining any necessary passports, visas and travel permits for all countries that they will be traveling to or transiting through, and for informing themselves as to which countries/areas within countries require visas and/or special permits. Visa and entry requirements may vary depending on travelers’ nationality, the length of stay, and the purpose of the visit, among other factors. Visa information and visas can be obtained by contacting the Consulate or Embassy of the countries involved or from a visa service. Please also make certain that the traveler’s passport is valid for at least six months after the latest expected end date of your planned trip, as most countries will not allow entry if the passport will expire sooner. We are not lawyers, and nothing we say should be interpreted as legal advice concerning visas, entry requirements, immigration, or residency.

Health & Safety Matters: The traveler is responsible for determining what, if any, vaccinations or other health or safety precautions are necessary or recommended for their destinations. We are not physicians, and nothing we say should be interpreted as professional medical advice. Government health advisories can be found on the internet at: http:// and

Baggage: Most domestic U.S. carriers and some international carriers now charge for each piece of checked baggage. For most international flights, baggage is limited to a total of 44 lbs, total of all pieces and items including carryon items. If the traveler plans to check and/or carry on more than 44 lbs. of luggage per person on any of their flights, they should check directly with each airline in advance for their free baggage limits and excess baggage charges.

Travel to Departure City: Travelers will be responsible for securing timely travel to the departure city/airport. Currently, the default departure city is New York, New York (John F. Kennedy Inernational Airport). At this time, this will be the ONLY departure city.

Reconfirming Flights/Tickets: Standard airline rules in effect in most countries require that international flights must be reconfirmed directly with the airlines concerned at least 72 hours prior to departure of each flight or the airline(s) may cancel your reservations. The traveler should plan on contacting each airline concerned by phone or at a city ticketing office at least three days before the flight to reconfirm and check for any schedule changes. We recommend that travelers reconfirm each flight, even if the airline says that it is not required.

Cancellations: Our cancellation penalties apply as soon as we have received payment. Cancellations for any reason whatsoever, including medical reasons, death in the family, strikes, wars, weather, natural disasters, airline default or government travel warnings will not entitle the traveler to any refund in the case of nonrefundable tickets or waiving the cancellation penalties in the case that the tickets can be refunded. Cancellations are acceptable through November 30, 2016 with a cancellation fee of $200 (in addition to a non‐refundable deposit). After November 30, 2016, if tickets can be refunded, cancellation penalties can be up to 70% of the cost of the tickets.

Responsibility/Release and Assumption of Risk: “I understand and am aware that during the travel itinerary in which I will participate under the arrangements of IPYPU, and its agents, associates, affiliated companies, or subcontractors, certain risks and dangers may arise, including but not limited to the hazards of traveling in unsafe areas or under unsafe conditions, the hazards of traveling in politically unstable areas, the dangers of civil disturbance and war, the forces of nature, the negligent or reckless acts or omissions of, and/or the bankruptcy, insolvency or cessation of services by affiliated companies, airlines or subcontractors. In consideration of, and as part of the payment for, the right to participate in such itineraries, I have and do hereby expressly assume all of the above risks. The terms of this agreement shall serve as a release and express assumption of risk for myself, my heirs, assignees, administrators, executors, and all members of my family, including any minors accompanying me. I have read and fully understand the provisions and the legal consequences of this Release and Assumption of Risk and by submitting a deposit, I hereby agree to all its conditions, especially noting and agreeing to the portion of this provision that releases the IPYPU, PAW and its agents, employees, officers, directors, associates, affiliated companies, and subcontractors, to the extent permitted by law, from liability for the negligent or reckless acts or omissions of affiliated companies, airlines and subcontractors.”

 Your paid registration indicates your acceptance of these terms and conditions.