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Non-U.S. Citizens

When you check-in at Port Canaveral, non-U.S. citizens must use a different check-in desk. Each person will need to surrender their passport, and in return will be given a white receipt.

On debarkation morning, ALL Non-U.S. Citizens, including Canadians and Alien Resident Card Holders, must present themselves for immigration inspection.

The Immigration meeting is normally held in the Walt Disney Theatre, at 6:20am, regardless of breakfast seating time.

You must take your white passport receipt form and a completed Customs declaration form, which will be stamped by Immigration.

Every Non-U.S. member of the family must be present.

The ship cannot be cleared for guests to disembark until all non-U.S. citizens have presented themselves to immigration.


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