TRAVEL IN THE EUROPEAN UNION
Documentation – Portuguese passengers must be in possession of valid identity card or citizen card. The Ballot staff and the Birth of the Bulletin are not considered valid documents.
European Health Insurance Card – To benefit from hospital care in any EU country, passengers must carry the E111 form (blue passport). For more information, see: http://www.min-saude.pt/portal/conteudos/informacoes+uteis/saude+em+viagem/cartaoeuropeudesegurodoenca.htm
TRAVEL OUTSIDE THE EUROPEAN UNION
Documentation – Passengers must carry a valid passport during their stay. Some countries require a minimum passport validity 6 months beyond the end of the trip. Contact us to find out about the requirements for the destination country or see the destination country’s embassy.
health formalities – Some countries have mandatory health formalities. Check with the health authorities or see:
http://www.min-saude.pt/portal/conteudos/informacoes+uteis/saude+em+viagem/consulta+de+saude+do+viajante.htm ouhttp: //www.who.int/ith
Visas – Some countries require an entry visa. Inquire at your agency JG Consultadoria e Eventos or from the embassy of the destination country. JG Consultadoria e Eventos agency disclaims any responsibility for the refusal to grant visas or no entry permit to the customer in a foreign country.
TRAVEL TO THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (including Puerto Rico / St Thomas and St Johns)
Documentation – required individual passport. Since 26 October 2004, citizens of countries participating in the visa waiver program who wish to go to the US without a visa must hold an individual machine-readable passport, in force since January 2001. Check out the next link, if the your passport meets the required standards: http://www.dhs.gov/xtrvlsec/programs/content_multi_image_0021.shtm
If you do not have the required passport, you need to apply for a nonimmigrant emigrant. Click the link below and check what is required for obtaining a visa: http://evisaforms.state.gov/instructions_Portuguese.asp
Travelers under the visa waiver, must first apply for approval for the trip (ESTA), which is valid for two years and can be used for multiple trips to the United States. This request is made through the website: https: //esta.cbp.dhs.gov/. If the answer is negative, you should apply for a nonimmigrant visa at the US Embassy. Starting on September 8, 2010 has to be charged to travelers under the Visa Waiver Program. This fee will be charged when travelers apply for ESTA. Payment must be done on the internet in a safe place of the American government – www.pay.gov. – Which uses advanced encryption technology to protect all transactions. The ESTA authorizations already granted or to be completed by September 8, remain valid until the date indicated or until the passport expires. Note that the traveler does not receive an ESTA approval system without having paid first rate. For more information you can access: http://portugal.usembassy.gov, ouhttp: //www.facebook.com/usdos.portugal
When making a reservation for the U.S.A. the customer must give their express consent that all information, including personal data, provided in relation to the trip can be transmitted to government authorities for the purpose of control and security in air travel.
JG Consultadoria e Eventos agency disclaims any responsibility for visa refusal or no customer entry clearance in the United States.
TRAVEL TO AUSTRALIA
Portuguese citizens need to subscribe to an Electronic Travel Authority, which may be made by the agency when the airline ticket booking. However, you can also carry it out on the site https://www.travelvisaaustralia.com upon payment of a fee.
Where dealing with foreign passengers (residing or not in Portugal), should consult the relevant embassy or consulate. JG Consultadoria e Eventos agency accepted as good the information provided by the customer. For more information, contact the Foreign and Border Service (Tel: 217 115 000) or visit the website: http://www.sef.pt
When minors are accompanied by parents to destinations requiring a passport, should also be in possession of an identity card, in order to prove to membership.
Article 23 of DL 138/2006, of 26 July, stipulates that national minors, when not accompanied by whoever exercises parental authority, can only leave the country displaying an authorization for this purpose. As for smaller foreign legal residents in Portugal, Article 16 of Decree Law 244/98 of 8 August, in the version of DL 34/2003 of 25 February determines the need to release presentation, issued by whom exercising parental authority, if they travel unaccompanied these. In either case, this authorization shall be made in writing, dated and the signature of the person exercising parental authority legally certified, giving further monitoring powers by duly identified third parties.
Minor child of married parents – The release must be issued and signed by one parent only if the minor traveling without them;
Minor, son of divorced parents, legally separated persons and property, or whose marriage was declared null and void – The release has to be provided by the ascending entrusted with;
This information does not dispense the link query below, through which will also have access to other situations and the draft declaration: http://www.sef.pt/portal/v10/PT/aspx/apoioCliente/detalheApoio.aspx? id_linha = 4350
Case will lead to the destination, make sure your license is within the expiration date and is recognized by the country you are visiting. Inquire with local laws and scrupulously follow the country’s Highway Code for traveling. Many countries use immediate enforcement mechanisms of the sanction resulting from the offense committed. To request the LIC (international driving license), click: http://www.acp.pt/index.php?MIT=3668&template_id=2472&xpto=1&a=&a=0 ouhttp://www.imtt.pt/sites/IMTT/Portugues/Condutores/CartaConducao/licenainternacionalconducao/Paginas/Paginaparalistagemdesubmenu.aspx
Failure to comply with these rules may result in disorders or even penalties on passengers. This information was provided by the relevant official bodies, so the agency JG Consultadoria e Eventos accepts no responsibility for changes or omissions of information.
The customer can file a claim in the book of complaints within 30 days after the end of the trip. A complaint can also be made with the Customer Ombudsman of travel agencies, providing for such 20 working days after the end of the trip.
Traveling to countries with endemic problems or public health, including dengue epidemics or flu, among others, JG Consultadoria e Eventos Agency advises that are put into practice the recommendations of the General Health Directorate: http: //www.dgs. en /
Climate change became even more unpredictable the occurrence of natural phenomena. In this sense, it can not be relied upon to the travel agency JG Consultadoria e Eventos for its occurrence. The official hurricane season in the Caribbean extends from June 1 to September 30, although they can also occur outside this period. These phenomena are detected at the time of its formation, then evaluating its intensity, likely path and travel speed. Thus, it is impossible to determine with an advance of several days, the specific areas that may be directly affected by this type of weather phenomena and their degree of incidence. If you are traveling to a destination that may be affected by monsoons (that occur in the Indian Ocean, especially from May to October), or any other destination which are taking place significant weather events, inquire in advance of the precautions to be taken. For more information, see the website of the World Meteorological Organization: http: //worldweather.wmo.int/ and / or http://severe.worldweather.wmo.int/
AIRPORTS IN SAFETY MEASURES – LIQUIDS IN HAND LUGGAGE RESTRICTIONS
Passengers are not allowed to carry liquids in their cabin baggage, except those contained in individual containers not exceeding 100 milliliters or equivalent (100g / 3oz), put in a sealed plastic bag, transparent and can be opened and closed again, of a capacity not exceeding 1 liter per passenger. As reference, the bag can not exceed the dimensions of 19cmx20cm.
Is understood to mean liquids: water and other drinks, soups and syrups; gels, including hair gels; pastes, including toothpaste; other items of similar consistency; Lotions, including perfumes and creams beard, and aerosols and other pressurized containers.
To clarify any questions, see the link: http://ww2.inac.pt/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=32&Itemid=105
GENERAL CONDITIONS OF TRAVEL
the general conditions associated with the travel program provided by JG Consultadoria e Eventos at time of reservation are applied.
The Portuguese who will travel abroad can register on the Secretary of State for Communities website. This registration is not mandatory, but allows you to identify the citizens who are in certain destinations, allowing also your contact if there be any crisis situation in the country where they are. To register, see: http://www.secomunidades.pt/web/guest/regviajantes
ADVICE TO TRAVELLERS
For more information about the destination country, see the link: http://www.secomunidades.pt/web/guest/viajantes
According to Law No. 144/2015 we inform you that in case of dispute the alternative resolution of disputes competent entities are:
– Client Provider of Travel Agencies – in http://www.provedorapavt.com
– Arbitration Commission of Tourism of Portugal in. http://www.turismodeportugal.pt
– Other Alternative Dispute Resolution entities Consumer Disputes (RAL) available http://www.consumidor.pt ADR entities lists or 707788787
JG Consultadoria e Eventos you want your trip runs smoothly so we ask that you carefully read all of the above points and if you have questions, ask your clarification in your agency.