Do I need a Travel Card?
Entering the United States
Following the introduction of the biometric recording system by the United States Customs and Border Protection, the immigration cards are no longer required by United States authorities.
Entering the United Kingdom
Formerly, non-EEA citizens were required to complete a landing card to enter the United Kingdom. The form needs to be completed at the UK Visas and Immigration desk at the point of entry, such as an airport or port. However, landing cards were abolished on May 20th 2019, and are no longer required.
Travellers from certain countries outside the EU are now also able to use the same queue as EU nationals, as the UK has opened its ePassport lanes to foreign nationals.
All foreign nationals will need to submit fully filled Thailand Arrival Card to an Immigration officer in order to enter Thailand. This is true no matter which Thailand Visa you are using to travel, and no matter your nationality, including American, British, Australian, Chinese, or Indian. Thailand Arrival Card forms are often handed out by airline crew during international flights, so passengers can save time at the airport and complete the form before landing.
Immigration Officers will also attach a departure card to the arrival card, which is to be kept in the traveller’s passport until their eventual departure.
Every visitor is required to produce a completed landing card for immigration clearance every time they enter Singapore. Travelers will need to present their completed D/E card and travel documents to the ICA officer at the immigration counter. Electronic Arrival Cards are currently available in Singapore, on a trial basis. Airlines included in this trial are: AirAsia, Jetstar Asia, Cathay Pacific, Singapore Airlines. Passengers flying with these airlines can submit their Electronic Arrival Cards online or via the SG Arrival Card mobile app within 14 days prior to the date of arrival within Singapore. Singapore aims to replace paper carrival cards with electronic arrival cards by 2021.