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US Flights (AF) to Paris - Statement of Honor Form

Hello - Question to anyone who recently flew to France from US - I noticed on Air France website we need to download and fill out the "Statement of Honor" declaration form. Is this something we need multiple copies for to give to the AF Checkin Agents and/or passport control in Paris? Or do you fill it out at the Checkin?
Also do we need them for internal flights within France later in the trip? Thanks!

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My experience:

They asked if I had the declaration of honor form at the gate in America for my flight to CDG.

Passport control at CDG didn’t ask for it and just wanted my passport and CDC card.

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9787 posts

Don’t worry about extra copies. They may ask you for it, they may not, but no one will keep it (odd I know).

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Upon my departure from SFO on September 20th, I was given the form to complete at the check-in counter. I had pre-completed the form and signed but I had printed it when the US was still a "green" country and so it had the green country heading and gate agent told me to do a new one. I filled out the form in the lounge while waiting for my flight. I also filled out a tracking form on the plane during the flight. I threw both forms out last night when I returned home. My flight attendant never came back for the tracking form and my passport control officer asked for nothing from me but my passport. My friend traveling from New York who met me in Paris and went to the passport control officer in the line next to mine had to show her CDC card and turn in her signed statement of honor. I guess, you just never know what will happen.

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Hi everyone - ok thanks so much for the info! As usual - best to be prepared but go with the flow! :)

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1340 posts

I had mine all printed out and didn't need it once. We'll see if it's the same in November.
So ready!

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8175 posts

Mine still has the green designator at the top. We will fill it out and take it.

Did anyone use the QR pass sanitaire code on arrival at CDG or does one have to also produce the CDC cards?

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The "Statement of Honour" is kind of equivalent of the attestation that we had to carry if we left the house during lockdown. You carry it and present it if asked..

Our lockdown lasted about 30 lifetimes, but during that time I was only asked for my attestation once. It still had to be carried (the difference being that it only really lasted one hour so you had to do a new for every day)

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"Mine still has the green designator at the top. We will fill it out and take it."

I hope that works for you. When I showed mine to the Air France gate agent as requested, he took it from me and gave me a blank one to complete. The only difference in the two pieces of paper: "green country" in the heading of the one he took and discarded and "orange country" in the new one. In any event, I never needed the completed form. My traveling companion who arrived the same day and time as I did on a Delta flight did need hers at passport control at CDG.

"Did anyone use the QR pass sanitaire code on arrival at CDG or does one have to also produce the CDC cards?"
I traveled with two others from the US to France and we all had different experiences at passport control. My friend who arrived on September 18th said that she handed the passport control officer her passport and her health pass because she thought that was what she should do and he examined the pass and said because she had that he did not need to see her CDC card or her statement of honor.

I really do think that it just pays to be flexible right now and understand that there is the possibility of multiple interpretations of what is required to enter the country.

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Did anyone use the QR pass sanitaire code on arrival at CDG or does one have to also produce the CDC cards?

When a friend and I arrived last Wednesday (9/22) she had a wheelchair assist. The attendant took us through the lane to the window (1 person ahead). He asked for our passports and vaccine cards to present to the Border Control. We tried to hand him the statement of honor and Pass Sanitaire but he waved those away. The Immigration agent stamped the passports as usual and barely glanced at the CDC cards.

Quick, easy, very minimal fuss but I’d still have all documentation handy.