Ordering forms

The CBSA is offering all its forms in a print-ready format (PDF) so you can print a copy for yourself. Please note that the form E311, CBSA Declaration Card available for viewing on the CBSA website is a specimen only and may not be used for reporting to the CBSA. The transporter will provide travellers with a paper version of the card prior to arrival in Canada.

Please note that a new version of the E311 Traveller Declaration Card is available to order. The new card contains an additional question in the Other Government Departments section on importation of cannabis. The version number of the new card is marked on the lower left corner of the form as E311 (18). The previous version of the declaration card was E311 (16).

Please note that due to the introduction of Primary Inspection Kiosks at Canadian airports in , your E311 CBSA Declaration Cards consumption may be affected.

It is important to remember that E311 CBSA Declaration Cards do not expire. The cards will continue to be used for international arrivals at all airports where Primary Inspection Kiosks have not been installed. Should a stakeholder identify a surplus of E311 cards in their inventory, largely above their projected consumption over the next year, we ask that they allow their stock to deplete before submitting new orders to the CBSA or contact Forms Management to make alternate arrangements.

Additional Help

For questions about this ordering process, or for any additional information, please email us.

For forms: forms-formulaires@cbsa-asfc.gc.ca

Privacy Notice Statement

The information you provide is collected for the purpose of ordering our forms and publications.

Under the provisions of the Privacy Act, individuals have the right to protection of, and access to, their personal information. For more information about your rights, see Info Source. This is a Government of Canada publication available in major libraries, at government information offices and at riding offices of members of Parliament.

Questions or comments about this privacy policy, or our administration of the Privacy Act may be directed to the Access to Information and Privacy Division by e-mail. If you are not satisfied that we have adequately respected your privacy, you can contact the Office of the Privacy Commissioner on the Internet or by calling 1-800-282-1376.

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