Disembarking Forms

It feels like you are barely on the ship and they deliver your disembarkation info. My first cruise I ignored it till the last minute, but subsequent cruises, I complete the info right away so I don't have it to think about it.  What do you do?

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I've never received them until the last day so I just fill them out, and then I'm ready to go.

I know its sucks lol

I do it the last night or last sea day when I know what I have to declare.

We always fill them out and turn them in before the end of the cruise.

We fill them out the night before we disembark just after we finish packing.  That way everything is fresh in our minds.  Carnival typically leaves them in cabin the last day, along with luggage tags and other pertinent information. 

We get them on the last day and Fill it out. There was a woman in the CBT line in front of me who didn't have it and had to ask for an extra one and was filling it out as she was trying to walk too and it was a little annoying. They give them out before hand to avoid things like that. You need to put information like your passport number... Do it before hand and help the whole process go smoother

I complete it, tuck in in my passport by my picture so all I have to do is open my passport, smile and hand my form over. 

We fill it out the last evening.

I hate pending deadlines. I will fill them out as soon as I can. As far as the Customs declaration, I fill it in after the last port stop (I keep a running tally and group things together -- clothing, souvenirs, jewelry, alcohol.)

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