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The Colombia Check-Mig Form was created to minimize the interaction between all international arrivals and the immigration authorities amid the coronavirus pandemic. All travelers who wish to visit Colombia need to complete this form.

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Anyone who wishes to enter this country must fill out the Check-Mig Form 24 hours and up to an hour before their flight. A PCR test is not required for entry.

All nationalities can apply.

To obtain this travel form, you’ll need to provide information about your flight, health status, and intended stay in Colombia. You must adhere to the country’s safety protocols.

Visit our application page to complete the Check-Mig.

Once you send your application, we’ll forward Colombia Check-Mig to your email before your trip, so you can show it to the immigration authorities once you get to the airport.

Visit the FAQs below to view quarantine rules for Colombia.

Required Documents to Apply
  • Selfie holding the physical credit card used for the transaction is need to verify payment. Only the last 4 digits of the credit card must be visible in the picture. Only one image is needed per order. (if applicable)

Important Instructions
  • The Colombia Check-MIG Form is part of the required documents you will need to enter Colombia, it DOES NOT replace a visa. If your country requires a visa, the immigration officers will ask for your Visa when you enter Colombia. Keep in mind some nationalities will require a paper visa. If that is your case, we suggest you visit your local embassy.

  • All travelers must fill out the Colombia Check-MIG Form.

  • To register in Colombia Check-MIG Form the traveler must enter 24 hours in advance of their trip, and up to one hour before the flight closes.

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Frequently Asked Questions

No, you don't. As of today, COVID vaccination passports or certificates are not a mandatory to enter Colombia. Since information may change quickly, we advise you to follow up on the latest Colombia travel updates and/or contact your local embassy.
No, you don't. Currently, there is not testing requirement for any person who wishes to visit Colombia.
No, there is no quarantine requirement for any traveler arriving to Colombia.
It’s a new travel authorization that must be completed before departure from or to Colombia by nationals and foreign nationals. This new technological tool will help reduce the time of interaction between passengers and government officials to manage the risks associated with the coronavirus pandemic.
Prices will change depending on the processing time you select:
  • Standard Processing Time: 24 hours - USD 20.00.
  • Rush Processing Time: 4 hours - USD 35.00.
  • Super Rush Processing Time: 30 minutes - USD 60.00.
Yes, Colombia Check-Mig is usually available for free. However, applying for the form with and having it ready before your flight is a great way to save yourself the extra waiting time caused by immigration queues or if you need to catch a connecting flight. Additionally, at you can fill out the form in whatever language you need, and our Team of Experts will review your application to be sure you made no mistakes.
Yes, it is. You need to complete the form to be allowed to enter or leave the country.
Only adults can apply. The child’s information can be added to their form.
You must apply 24 hours before your trip.
Applying won’t take you longer than 10 minutes.
You can use it for a Single Entry. This means that every time you need to leave or enter the country, you’ll need to fill in a new one.
You must fill in the Application Form with your personal and travel information. Once you complete it, our team will process your request and forward Colombia Check Mig to your email.
Please do! You can message our customer service team if you have any questions. They’re available 24/7 and will solve your inquiries. Chat with them now.
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Colombia is one of those countries that simply has it all. The mountains, the beaches, the forests, the rivers, the great weather, friendly people, nice food and that Latin warmth that instantly makes you feel welcome and at home. It’s not a surprise that Colombia has become a popular country for foreigners not only to visit, but to make the country their new home. Since Colombia opened its aerial borders around 34% of travelers were tourists. Cities like Bogotá, Cartagena, Cali, and Medellín are a magnet for those crazy to escape isolation from quarantine days and in need of something different and exciting. Every department of Colombia offers something unique, and some are so large, that they cover and fulfil any dream landscape you can think of, like Antioquia. Antioquia is not only known for being where Medellin is located, it has much more than the cool city of eternal spring. In Antioquia you can explore coffee fincas, where coffee lovers can know more about the plantations, how to grow coffee beans, the right weather and places to grow coffee, and get lost in the beauty of the fincas located in mountains that are vast with trees and an amazing fauna and flora. Did we mention that part of exploring fincas is also tasting the coffee? Not only tasting it after learning the whole process, but learning more about the ideal way to drink it, so you can fully experience the flavours and aromas of that perfectly made coffee. Salento is a lovely place that you can’t miss if you want to have a look at these fincas. You can also hike the Cocora Valley, pass through rivers and see not only cows and horses, but the incredible hummingbirds reservation. At the reservation you’ll see hummingbird species that you didn’t even know existed, with colors that look even more incredible with the sunlight. When you get to the reservation you’ll have to pay a small fee that includes hot chocolate with cheese, tea or coffee, plus get some food and the chance to actually go to the bathroom after that long walk. The best part of Salento besides its chilly weather and different restaurants, is that while you’re staying in the cute little town, the hostels and hotels have some sweet water for the hummingbirds flying around, which means that even outside your balcony you can see one of the cutests birds ever. Ok, let’s talk about Medellín for a little before moving to other cities. Medellín has nice fresh weather, is surrounded by trees and hills you can hike and explore its waterfalls and rivers, as well as museums, malls, parks, a botanical garden, the very popular Comuna 13, decorated by incredible murals painted by local artist and where you can go all the way up through the escalators. There is also the metro cable where you can see the entire city and take you to Parque Arví, a natural park with rivers, trees, fincas, local restaurants and more, where you can try some of the wines, food and desserts made by locals. Visiting Parque Arví is one of the things you must definitely do. Another great thing about Medellin is its people, who are kind, helpful and ready to make you part of their family. Buñuelos, almojábanas, bandeja paisa, ajiaco, chorizos and empanadas are some of the traditional dishes that are as nice as the people in the city. But there are also many restaurants in areas like Poblado, Laureles and Envigado where you can try different options, including vegan/vegetarian food and desserts. Before moving to another department, Antioquia is also home of town of Santa Elena, where the silleteros get their beautiful silletas graced with beautiful flowers for the popular and widely expected flower festival, a yearly tradition that fills the city with flowers, and happy faces filled with excitement for the parade. Antioquia also has beaches to make this department even dreamier. Speaking of beaches, it is time to talk about the coast of Colombia. Barranquilla is the city of carnivals, Cartagena is full of history, there’s also lovely Santa Marta and San Andrés Island, just to name a few. Cartagena features warm water beaches where you can swim or explore with a jet ski. Isla Baru is a beautiful paradise beach that is around 30 minutes away from the city, but it is worth the trip. In Santa Marta the tide is stronger, but you can’t miss Tayrona Park, where you can camp and also taste the most delicious bread at Bere Bakery (stone oven wonder), and swim in the different beaches inside the park. Take your passport with you to enter the park and enjoy some discounts in the places where you can stay in Tayrona. Also be ready to walk a lot. San Andrés is a popular island that you might not want to miss. And away from the beaches and the warm weather is Bogotá, the capital, known for its cold weather, museums, and fashion. Now that Colombia is allowing travelers into the country, one of the requirements to enter is to fill the Colombia Check-Mig Form. You can always count on to release some weight off your shoulders and make things better and faster for you. If you want to give it a try, it's important that on your flight number request, you literally just write the number, no letters, just the numbers. But if you decide to leave things in our hands, then we’ll just need your basic info, including flight itinerary and a negative PCR COVID-19 test result, because you’ll be asked to show it at the entry point. The results have to be taken within 96 hours. Also make sure to wear a mask, wash your hands and keep distance when entering the country.