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Travel Documentation

In order to ensure that you have all the correct documentation on hand when you do have to travel or decide to travel, Senator Travel has sourced all the forms on your behalf and has made them downloadable on our website or below , so that you have quick and easy access to the correct forms.



The following documents are needed for travel under Alert Level 3:


FORM 2 - Permit to perform an essential or permitted service – must be signed by the head of business


FORM 3 - Permit for the movement of children travel to another province/metropolitan area/district – must be sworn at a magistrate’s court.


FORM 3A - Certificate for learners or students to travel to another province/metropolitan area/district – must be signed by the head of school/tertiary institution


FORM 3B - Permit to transport learners or students to travel to another province/metropolitan area/district – must be signed by the head of school/tertiary institution


FORM 4 - Permit to travel to another province/metropolitan area/district for a funeral – must be sworn at a police station or magistrate’s court


FORM 5 - Sworn affidavit by person who intends to attend a funeral in another province/metropolitan area/district – must be sworn at a police station or magistrate’s court


FORM 6 - Sworn affidavit by person who intends to travel to and from another province during alert level 3 – must be sworn at a police station or magistrate’s court


Please download and complete the forms necessary for travel, and ensure that the forms are duly authorised. These are to be completed and handed in for inspection to Airport Authorities upon entering any airport terminal.


Please download and complete the forms including the permit to be presented on the day of your flight to minimise delays in processing entrance of passengers to the terminal.

Senator Travel Solutions also advises all our clients to complete the required Health Declaration Form and Exit Screening Questionnaire, which allows authorities to track and trace suspected COVID cases.

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