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Arrival Card is a legal document used by a country's immigration authorities to provide passenger identification and a record of a person’s entry to a country. [1] It also provides information on health and character requirements for non-citizens entering a particular country. [2]

Arrival Cards are also known as Incoming Passenger Cards and Disembarkation Cards.

Information on the Card itself

Typically the information on the departure card includes

  • Full name
  • Nationality
  • Passport Number
  • Flight number or name of aircraft, ship or vehicle
  • Purpose of trip: vacation, education/study, visiting relatives/families, business, diplomatic
  • Duration of Stay
  • Destination (next stop of disembarkation)
  • Address in country
  • Information on items being bought into the country which may be of interest to customs and quarantine authorities

Travelers are generally required to sign, date, and declare the information is true, correct, and complete.

Passengers on international flights are often required to complete the cards and are often required to present the cards and their passports at immigration checkpoints.

See also

References

  1. ^ Passenger Cards. Department of Immigration and Citizenship. Australian Government.
  2. ^ NZIS431 - New Zealand Passenger Departure Card. Statistics New Zealand.
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