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Customs Destination Form

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Customs Destination Form

If not sure where staying, can i put more then 1 location on form ? Am considering waiting untill I get there to confirm.

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1. Re: Customs Destination Form

By the time you get on the plane you should know where you are staying. That's the address you enter on the form. If you haven't actually booked anything you run the risk of being denied entry if they discover that or are in any way suspicious of the info on the form.

IMHO it's best to do absolutely nothing to draw attention to yourself when going through Customs and Immigration. This applies to any country to which you are travelling. Hopefully stay out of a lot of trouble.

Edited: 14 February 2012, 15:32
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2. Re: Customs Destination Form

I'm pretty sure that you need a confirmed local address (whether commercial guest accommodation or private residence) for purposes of HM Immigration's automatic , twenty-one(21) day Tourist Entry Visa requirement.

We met a couple of Austrian girls at the beach last summer, who'd come to Bermuda to stay with a Bermudian friend of theirs. Even with a local name and address, they were held at the airport by HM Immigration until this could be confirmed. The friend wasn't at home and the girls didn't have her work ('..Not everyone is on vacation..') or mobile number to reach her. Everyone at HM Customs was pleasant enough to them during the delay but it was an anxious interim for these two young women.

Edited: 14 February 2012, 16:34
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