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Colombia Check MIG application form is not working
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Patricia Masias
3 min read
Updated on May 14, 2024

Struggling to fill out your Colombia Check MIG application because the form isn’t working? We can help.

The Colombia Check MIG application form is a mandatory requirement for anyone traveling to or from Colombia before your adventure begins. Getting stuck while filling it can send waves of panic through even the most prepared traveler's plans.

Don't stress. We're here to walk you through the usual problems and make getting your Check MIG form easy and worry-free.

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Check MIG form Common Errors and FAQs

Whether it's technical glitches, input errors, or confusion around the required information, these are the most common snags people encounter when trying to fill out the Check Mig:

1. Check MIG form won't accept my flight number

The first issue many users face is the Check MIG form refusing to accept your flight number. Airlines may fail to provide flight data on time about changes in flight numbers and departure times, or the data feed is sometimes broken either between the airlines and IATA or between Migracion Colombia and IATA. (The International Air Transport Association).

In this case:

  • Make sure you enter the correct flight number. For example, for a trip to Colombia, you need to enter the number for the flight landing in Colombia, not the return or connection flights.

  • Try entering only the digits of the flight number, e.g., Flight ‘FL360’ will be entered as ‘360’.

  • If the form still refuses to accept your flight number due to a delay with the airline, it's best to process your form with us to guarantee it is accepted on time.

2. Confusion around entering port of arrival/departure information

Another common mistake is entering the wrong information in the port of arrival or departures fields. When the form requires you to input ‘Port of Departure,’ you must input the last airport you flew from to Colombia and not the first one you used - this is especially important when taking a connecting flight.

In the same way, when the form requires you to insert the ‘Port of arrival,’ you must fill in the port where you will first land in Colombia. So, for a trip ending in Medellin but starting in or transiting through Bogota, your port of arrival will be El Dorado Airport-Bogotá.

Making a mistake on your form

If you've made a mistake on your Check MIG form after submission and it's already being processed, you won't be able to submit another form or edit the existing one until it's either approved or declined.

This means you might have to wait a while before you can correct any errors, potentially adding stress to your travel plans.

However, if you catch the mistake before the form has been processed, you have the opportunity to edit it directly on the form and resubmit it​.

You can find more information and detailed guidelines on filling out the form via our Check MIG guide or the government website.

Traveling with minors

When traveling with minors, you need to add them to the adult Check MIG form. There are many cases where customers apply but forget to add the minor(s) and realize this later. You must add them when filling out your adult form to avoid errors such as ‘check MIG Colombia is not working.’

Apply for the Check MIG form with us

To fill out the application form with us to enjoy a streamlined and easier application process. You'll need to provide the following:

  • Your ID number

  • A valid email address

  • Details of travel, flight dates, and flight numbers

  • Information about health status and other personal details

  • A credit or debit card to pay

Then follow the step-by-step instructions to easily complete your form and get ready to travel.

Still confused?

You can contact our customer support team anytime to answer any more doubts or queries you may have about your Colombia Check MIG form, they are available 24/7 via Whatsapp.

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Patricia Masias
Coordinator of Product Specialists
Patricia Masias, the Coordinator of Product Specialists at iVisa, brings a unique perspective to the travel documentation industry. With years of hands-on experience as a visa processing agent, Patricia understands the intricacies of visa applications inside out. Now leading a team of product specialists, she is at the forefront of new visa launches, possessing invaluable insights, hacks, and expert knowledge for getting a successful visa application.
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