U.K. Landing Card

A Landing Card is a form that non-EEA citizens are required to complete on entry to the United Kingdom. The traveler must present the completed form at the immigration desk at the point of entry. The form is usually supplied by the airline, train or ferry company.

The Landing Card system is governed by the Immigration Act 1971 Chapter 77, which states;
“ The Secretary of State may by order made by statutory instrument make provision for [requiring persons, or any class of persons, arriving in or leaving, or seeking to arrive in or leave, the United Kingdom through the tunnel system], to produce to an immigration officer, if so required, landing or embarkation cards in such form as the Secretary of State may direct, and for requiring persons operating international services to supply such cards to those persons. ”

The Secretary of State decides, by issuing a Statutory Instrument, which nationalities must complete a Landing Card. Currently all EU nationals, and those from Iceland, Norway and Switzerland, are exempt. Failure to complete a Landing Card when this is required is a crime punishable by a fine or 6 months in prison.

This is a numbered form issued by the UK Border Agency. Numbers must be obtained by official means.

Supplied in master packed cartons of 4,000, containing 16 bundles of 250 each.

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