ENTRY REQUIREMENT - AIRCRAFT   ENTRY REQUIREMENT - SHIPS      ENTRY REQUIREMENT - PLEASURE CRAFTS
   
An aircraft arriving at a port of entry in Trinidad and Tobago from a foreign port must produce:- General Declaration Form14, including list of crew and supernumeraries.
  A ship arriving at a port of entry in Trinidad and Tobago from a foreign port must produce:- Notice of expected date and time of arrival Form 15.    A pleasure craft/ yacht arriving at a port of entry in Trinidad and Tobago from a foreign port must produce:- General Declaration (Arrival Report) Form 10.
   
Entry Requirements for Visitors

Every person (including minors) seeking admission at a port of entry in Trinidad and Tobago must be in possession of a valid travel document/passport.
  A person who is not a citizen or a resident of Trinidad and Tobago must be in possession of a valid return ticket to his/her homeland or country of residence.
  A person who is not a citizen or a resident of Trinidad and Tobago must be in possession of sufficient funds for his/her upkeep during his/her stay in Trinidad and Tobago.
A person who is neither a citizen nor a resident of Trinidad and Tobago must provide a proper local address.
A person who is neither a citizen nor resident of Trinidad and Tobago and who is a citizen of a country that requires a visa for entry into Trinidad and Tobago must be in possession of such.
Every person seeking admission to Trinidad and Tobago on arrival must complete an Immigration E/D Card (Form 1).
A person seeking admission to Trinidad and Tobago other than as a tourist or visitor must be in possession of one of the following, subject to the purpose of the visit: -
  Work Permit
  Student Permit
  Missionary Permit
  Minister’s Permit
  Certificate of Recognition of Caribbean Community Skills Qualification