Jersey General Declaration Forms
When and why you must fill in a General Declaration Form
If you enter or leave Jersey by private aircraft, the pilot must fill in a General Declaration form. This lets us know who you are and where you’re from, and if you have goods to declare. General Declaration forms are reviewed by Jersey Customs and Immigration Service and the States of Jersey Police.
Please see https://www.gov.je/Travel/MaritimeAviation/CivilAviation/pages/privatepilots.aspx for more information.
Filling In A General Declaration Form
To fill in a general declaration form, you should:
• Download the form.
• Fill it in on your computer.
• Use the ‘submit form’ button on the top right of the form (your form will be sent to customs and the police at the same time).
When To Submit Your Form
You can submit your form up to seven days before you enter or leave Jersey.
If you regularly visit or leave Jersey in a private aircraft, you can save a copy of the form on your computer. You don’t need to visit this page each time to fill in the form.
To complete the form on your computer, you must have one of the following operating systems:
- Microsoft Windows.
- Apple Mac OS.
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