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Learn More: Health Declaration Form

Content updated, October 2023

PLEASE NOTE: This travel document is no longer required to enter the country.  

Get your Nauru Health Declaration Form easily with iVisa!

Nauru, like many countries, introduced new compulsory travel documents due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Here is everything you need to know about the Nauru health declaration form.

The tiny island country in Micronesia, northeast of Australia, Nauru draws tourists in with its stunning coral reef and white-sand beaches fringed with palms. As a result, officials in Nauru have reduced some of their COVID-19 restrictions.

However, due to the pandemic, Nauru introduced the need for a health declaration form to help with disease control in the country. Here is everything you need to know before applying for the Nauru Health Declaration Form with iVisa.

What is the Nauru Health Declaration Form?

Due to the pandemic, many countries decided to implement mandatory regulations for entry over and above the usual visa requirements. Among the new documents needed to travel are the compulsory health forms.

The document is a sworn declaration of health to confirm the traveler's plans for their stay and state of health. Please note that the health declaration form does not replace a visa. Nauru's health declaration should be completed before your flight departure, as a completed health declaration must be presented before boarding.

These forms can be complex to find and tedious to complete. But don’t worry, iVisa has simplified the application process for you to complete the Nauru declaration form.

Who needs a health declaration form to enter Nauru?

All passengers planning to visit Nauru must complete the health declaration form before traveling to the island. Each person, including minors, must fill out an individual form. In the case of minors who are too young to fill it out themselves, then their parents or guardians may complete the form on their behalf.

How long is the health declaration form valid?

Health declaration forms are single entry forms, and you will need to reapply for a new one every time you enter the country.

Apply for the Nauru health declaration form

Air passengers must show the completed form to immigration authorities when they land. This means it must be completed days before their trip, so the best way to do this is online.

The information provided in the application must be in English. However, ensuring that all sections are completed accurately can be challenging and stressful, so we recommend using our easy application process instead. iVisa's process takes less than 10 minutes.

How do I apply for the declaration form for Nauru online?

Use our simplified application; we'll process it and email you the completed Nauru Health Declaration before your trip. Our application has three steps:

  1. Fill out all the forms with your information, and choose the processing time.
  2. Double-check your information and pay the iVisa service fee.
  3. Attach any documents required and click 'submit.'

Cost & processing time

There is no government charge for the form. However, if you opt to use our service to process your application, the cost will depend on how quickly you need the application to be processed. iVisa offers the following options:

  • Standard Processing: Takes 24 hours and costs USD $84.99
  • Rush Processing: Takes 8 hours and costs USD $155.99
  • Super Rush Processing: Takes 4 hours and costs USD $264.99

Other COVID-19 regulations in Nauru

Remember that Nauru still requires facemasks to be worn in all public settings, with exceptions for eating and drinking. Here are other things to be aware of:

  • Complete a PCR test within 72 hours of departure. The PCR test must be a Naso/Oropharyngeal swab, not just a saliva sample.

  • A negative result needs to be shown at the time of check-in.

  • When you arrive at Nauru airport you’ll go through a Rapid Antigen Test (RAT). If you tested positive you will do a 13 day quarantine in a government facility. If you tested negative you can enter the country and the next day you’ll have to do a PCR test at the Public Health Department.

  • Provide proof of vaccination with an international vaccination certificate as you must be fully vaccinated at least 14 days before entering the country.

  • From 1st June 2022, all minors aged 12 years and older will need to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 before travel.

  • Any traveler who has recently recovered from Covid-19 in the last 3 months is required to complete the Certificate of Recovery Form.

  • Travelers should keep an eye on the CDC website for updates and recommendations about traveling during COVID-19.

For further information, please use our visa checker tool to ensure you have everything you require or contact our expert customer service team via online chat or email [email protected]. Our customer service representatives are available 24 hours a day to assist you.

Required Documents to Apply

  • None

Important Instructions

  • The Nauru Health Declaration Form is one of the required documents you will need to enter Nauru. It DOES NOT replace a visa. If citizens from your country require a visa, the immigration officers will ask for it when you enter Nauru. Some nationalities will require a paper visa. If that is the case, we suggest you contact your local embassy. There are some important requirements that you should know if you want to enter the country:

*You need a valid visa for Nauru.

  • Your passport must be valid for at least six months before the travel date.

  • All travelers aged 12 and over must be fully vaccinated to enter Nauru for tourism purposes. A negative PCR test within 72 hours of departure is also required.

  • Passengers will be subject to a Rapid Antigen Test at the Nauru Airport upon arrival.

  • All travelers must fill out the Nauru Health Declaration Form.


Our experts are available 24/7 to assist you with your application. Please contact our customer service team as soon as possible to help resolve the problem.

Our experts review your documents and application carefully, to avoid rejections. However, if the Nauru government cancels or rejects your Nauru Health Declaration Form, you are eligible for a *full refund of the iVisa processing fee.

You may consider reapplying for this Health Declaration Form, depending on why it was canceled or rejected.

The Nauru Health Declaration application is done 100% online, including the payment. iVisa accepts credit or debit cards, and PayPal.

Choose a different payment method or contact your bank or card company so they can help you fix the issue.

You may be able to edit your answers if the Health Declaration has not been processed yet. Please contact our customer service team as soon as possible to help you fix the problem. Be aware that our experts always review the information and documents, so they will let you know if something is missing before submitting the application.

The first step is to check if the confirmation email is not in your SPAM folder. Be aware that receiving the confirmation after submitting the Health Declaration can take up to an hour.

It is also possible to find the approved document in your iVisa account, which is automatically created after your first application with us. Log in here, create a password for the first time, and check your dashboard.

If you still can’t find it, please contact our customer service team. Our experts are available 24/7 and will gladly help you.

At iVisa, we understand that your time is valuable, and we strive to provide you with the fastest service possible. Our processing times are estimated based on the average duration it takes governments to process visa applications. These estimated times begin from the moment we receive all the correct information for your application until you receive your visa. While we work diligently to expedite the process, it’s important to note that we are reliant on the processing times set by the government authorities.

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