UK government scraps passenger landing cards
As mentioned before in our previous news the UK government abolishes the need to fill in paper landing card for international passengers arriving at points of entry in the UK including airports, seaports and Eurostar terminals from 20 May 2019. It was previously announced that the changes would only affect citizens from the United States, Australia, Canada, South Korea and Japan. Nevertheless, the government decided not to limit it to this list and scrap landing cards for all foreigners to help solve the problem of the growing number of passengers arriving in the UK.
Posted in English on May 16, 2019.