Travel Guide

Review the fact sheets and learn about the latest travel and health requirements by destination.

Dominican Republic

As of April 1, 2022 it will be mandatory to complete the electronic form to declare before the authorities of Migration and Customs for the entry or exit of all passengers of the Dominican territory. It can be accessed at the following link:


Passengers must complete an entry and disembarkation card on the website at least 48 hours before the trip.

This measure is mandatory if arriving in Aruba within 6 days after having stayed in or in countries with risk of yellow fever transmission*. Travelers must have a vaccination certificate issued at least 10 days prior to arrival.


Non-resident aliens must complete the immigration ED card online at Passengers must have a digital or hard copy.

Visitors aged 9 months or older arriving in Curaçao from areas with risk of yellow fever must have a current yellow fever vaccination certificate.

United States

No restrictions


As of January 23, 2023, all passengers entering Cuba must complete the D'viajros digital form 48 hours in advance of the flight. This will generate a QR code that will be required to be presented in digital or printed format upon arrival.

For citizens and residents of the United States and Puerto Rico, regardless of their current location, as well as for any individual traveling from these places to Cuba, it is required to certify the purpose of the trip through an Affidavit.


This rule applies to all passengers entering or leaving Colombia. It is necessary to complete the immigration pre-registration form through the Check-Mig application, available at before arriving at immigration checkpoints in Colombia.

This regulation is mandatory if you have been in Angola, Brazil, Congo and Uganda within 6 days prior to arrival or transit. Travelers must have a vaccination certificate issued at least 10 days prior to arrival.

St. Marteen

No restrictions


No restrictions

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