June 19, 2020 by Austin McDaniel What should I do when I enter Alaska through Canada? A non-resident traveler will need to arrive with either a negative test or proof of a test taken within 72 hours of departure regardless of port of entry. Any traveler arriving into Alaska outside of the 10 airports providing screening and testing will need to complete the Travel Declaration Form and Self-Isolation Plan on the Alaska Travel Portal (www.alaska.covidsecureapp.com) and upload test results to be reviewed by the State. We are also in close communication with our counterparts in Yukon, Canada to ensure consistent messaging for travel through Canada. Alaskan residents returning to Alaska by car have the options to test 72 hours before departure to Alaska, testing at the airport or 14 day quarantine. How is Alaska residency determined? Accepted proof of Alaska residency for testing at airport:Alaska driver’s license or state issued ID card.Active duty military ID card or active duty dependent ID card.Federally recognized Alaska tribal identification card.Employment verification letter on employer letterhead or school verification letter for in person schooling stating traveler is moving to Alaska for employment or school.Children ages 11-17 that are traveling with a parent/guardian will be considered a resident if their parent/guardian meets the residency requirements.