ENTRY REQUIREMENTS   ENTRY REQUIREMENT - AIRCRAFT      ENTRY REQUIREMENT - PLEASURE CRAFTS
   
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.
  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 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 Ships

Duly authorized shipping agents in Trinidad and Tobago are allowed to represent and conduct business for and on behalf of vessels owners/ charterers / masters.

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
  General Declaration (Arrival Report) Form 10
  Crew List, Including Supernumeraries Form 11
  Stowaway List Form 12
  Passenger List Form 13
  In Transit Passenger List
  Declaration of Health Form 4
  Clearance from last port
A ship on arrival at a port of entry in Trinidad and Tobago must exhibit, by day, a signal flag (yellow flag) or by night, two lights, coloured red over white in a vertical line over the main mast prior to the grant of entry clearance.

Crew Arriving On
Crew on board a ship arriving at a port of entry in Trinidad and Tobago from a foreign port must:-
  Produce a valid travel document/ passport
  Complete an Immigration E/D Cards (Form 1)
  Appear before an Immigration Officer, if required so to do
Any change of crew, on or off a vessel, must be reported to the Immigration Authority for approval prior to such change being effected.