Family travel to Jamaica just got easier

Last updated 22nd August 2019

Traveling to Jamaica is now more efficient, thanks to a new online version of the Immigration and Customs Declaration form

Anything that takes some of the hassle out of travelling – especially after a long flight – is music to the ears of any parent. Families travelling to Jamaica’s international airports will be pleased to learn that they can now fill out their Immigration and Customs Declaration forms (C5) online before they travel,  rather than having to queue in customs and complete the documents by hand once they arrive.

The new online form allows passengers to glide more seamlessly through customs and get on with their enjoying their holidays sooner. Families can even complete the online form prior to travel, rather than having to fill out forms when arrive in Jamaica. The system is refreshingly user-friendly and easy to use.

Visitors to Jamaica can look forward to less admin and more relaxing

“As Jamaica’s arrivals numbers continue to soar, it’s important that we offer a speedier process at our airports, so our visitors spend less time waiting in immigration and customs and more time enjoying the destination,” said Elizabeth Fox, Jamaica Tourist Board’s UK and Northern Europe regional director.

“We’re continuously seeking ways to enhance our visitors’ experience while in Jamaica and we hope this improved experience also promotes greater return visits for our guests.”

In their ongoing efforts to make the arrival and customs experience easier for travellers, the custom’s agency hope to launch a mobile app in the future.

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