Travel Cards

Essential Travel Information Card for Your Journey

Seamless Travel Information in one Place

You need another document alongside your eVisa to travel to some countries of the world. It is called a ‘Travel Card’.

A travel card contains all your personal information relating to your travel, health information, countries you have traveled to in the past, accommodation, and the purpose of your visit.

Some travel cards also have your pet information if you are accompanied by a buddy. This information is vital for the country you are visiting in many ways.

You can simply fill out an online form and get the card delivered to your email address before your journey. We will process and provide you with a free travel card. You must present it upon arrival to the immigration authorities along with your passport and eVisa.

Country-Specific Travel Cards

There are country-specific Travel Cards all around the world. Here are some of the most common ones:

  • Brazil
  • Cambodia
  • Canada
  • Chile
  • Egypt
  • Indonesia
  • Malaysia
  • Mexico
  • Nepal
  • New Zealand
  • Philippine
  • South Korea
  • Sri Lanka
  • Taiwan
  • Turkey
  • Ukraine
  • United Kingdom
  • United States

Why Do You Need It?

Some governments require travelers to have a travel card as a mandatory requirement to enter their country. The reason for this is explained below:

Easier Entry Process
The travel card gives immigration officers important details about you, like your name, where you're coming from, and why you're visiting. This helps them process your immigration process faster and easier.
Keeps Traveling Safe
The card also asks questions about your health, your baggage, and sometimes about the security of the country. This helps keep the country safe and healthy.
Proof of Entry
When you fill out the travel card, it shows that you've officially entered the country. You might need it for things like checking into hotels or staying longer on a visa.
Declaring Items
Travel Cards have a section where you mention if you're bringing in any special things, like wealth, funds, or gifts. This helps customs officers make sure nothing illegal or dangerous gets in.
Health Information
Sometimes, especially during health emergencies like pandemics, the travel card asks about your recent travels and if you're feeling sick. This helps the country keep an eye on health risks and stop sickness from spreading.

General Requirements to Get a Travel Card

The general requirements for the travel card application are pretty simple. Here is the information that you need:

Valid Passport:

You will need a valid passport with at least six (6) months validity remaining from your arrival date to the destination country. All your passport information should be stated in the application form. 

Visa (if required):

Depending on your nationality and the country you’re visiting, you may or may not need a visa. If a visa is required, you have to apply for it before the Travel Card. A travel card is mandatory in any of the situations. 

Travel Information:

You’ll need to provide accurate information on the travel card, including your details, travel itinerary, and declarations about items you bring into the country.

Accommodation Information:

You must provide information on your place of stay in the country you are visiting. This can be a hotel booking, Airbnb, friend or relative place, etc. 

Health Information:

Some countries may require you to provide information about your health status or recent travel history, especially if you have been to any health emergency countries with a pandemic. If you have any personal health issues, they should also be stated in the application. 

Declare Pets or Items:

Declare any items you bring into the country, such as currency, goods, or food items, as required on the travel card. If a pet accompanies you, some countries will also require information about your company. 

Note: This is a general requirement and is subject to change from country to country.

How to Get a Travel Card?

To get a Travel Card, you need a few minutes to fill out a form. It works in two simple steps:

Fill out and submit
Fill out the online form using the required information and documents. Once it is done, submit it online.
Get the Card
When the Travel Card is ready, it gets delivered to your email. You can now start your journey.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a travel card?

A Travel Card is an information card about yourself, including your details, address, your recently visited destination, health information, any declaration of possession or carriables, pet information, accommodation information, and more. It is also referred to as a travel card, Declaration card, Disembarkation card, Passenger Landing card, and arrival/departure card.

Where can I get a travel card?

You can get a travel card by clicking on the country name above. Make sure you have the required documents for the destination country’s travel card ready beforehand. 

What information do I need to provide on the travel card?

You’ll need to provide basic personal details such as your name, nationality, passport number, and date of birth. To get the full requirements and information you need to provide, check the specific countries’ Travel card details. 

When should I fill out the travel card?

The best time to fill out your travel card application is 7 days before your journey. To be secure about the time, we recommend you check the travel card application time of your destination country. Each country has different time of travel card requirements. 

Do I need to keep a copy of the travel card?

You may keep a printed copy of your travel card. As you will get the card delivered to your email, you can also show it to immigration if you want from your smartphone. 

What if I make a mistake on the travel card?

If you make a mistake on your travel card application, contact our consultants. They will fix the mistake and start processing your travel card. 

Do I need to fill out a travel card for each family member?

Yes, each traveler, including children, needs to fill out a separate travel card with their individual information.

Are travel cards used in all countries?

Not all countries require travel cards, but they are common in many countries as part of the immigration process.

What happens if I don't fill out the travel card?

If you do not fill out the travel card on time, you may get a denial upon entry. You can apply for the travel card upon immigration, but it takes time to process, so you will be left waiting for it. So, if your destination country requires a travel card, you should apply online beforehand.