Barbados to abolish immigration/customs forms: CARICOM Business Vol 2 No 34
Posted in: Press Releases by kendol | 25 August 2019 | 2574
A feature story from CARICOM Business Vol 2 No 34
Passengers arriving at the Grantley Adams International Airport in Barbados will no longer be required to fill out immigration/customs forms, also known as ED forms, as of September 1 after a recent Cabinet decision gave the nod for the use of the forms to be scrapped. According to Minister of Home Affairs Edmund Hinkson, starting next month, there will be a full transition to the use of the 48 kiosks at the airport. He advised that the kiosk system has been tested for almost a year and has been fine-tuned to ensure that the passenger information gathering system meets all the markers for Customs, Immigration & the Statistical Services.
Read the full newsletter: CARICOM Business Vol 2 No 34