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Jamaica Immigration Form

June 8, 2018 2 Comments

If you’re already at the airport and are panicking on filling out immigration forms when traveling to Jamaica, you’ve come to the right place. We get it. Sometimes, those forms can be so confusing. So many questions, some that make no sense, and some that just seem too obvious. You don’t want to fill them out wrong! You’re in luck! We’ve put together some tips on filling out an immigration form when traveling to Jamaica. If you just so happen to still be days out from your vacation to the Jamaica, you can always check out our tips for filling out the immigration forms online!

Filling Out Immigration Forms When Traveling to Jamaica

View from the plane (Photo by: J. Clegg)

When entering Jamaica, you’ll need an immigration form. This is usually given to you on the plane, before you even land, but don’t freak out if the flight attendants don’t pass them out. There will be plenty of forms once you land.

You’ll also want to make sure you have two blank pages in your passport. This is to ensure you have room for an entry stamp and an exit stamp.

Once you get through immigration in Jamaica, you’ll head to customs and be on your way to your beach vacay in no time!

We hope this helps answer some of your questions when it comes to filling out immigration forms when traveling to Jamaica. For lots of other great tips and tricks, you can check out some of our other Know How to Beach posts. And if you’re headed to Mexico or the Dominican Republic anytime soon, you can always check out our helpful post and video on filling our immigration forms when traveling to Mexico or the Dominican Republic!

A True Beach Lover


  1. Reply

    Niesha Langford

    December 30, 2018

    What does it mean by two blank spots on the passport?

    • Reply

      Rachel Tellez

      March 21, 2019

      Hi Niesha, it just means that it’s recommended to have at least two blank pages in your passport for the customs agents to stamp when entering and exiting the country. Please let me know if you have any other questions. Happy traveling! 🙂

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