In the Munich Emigrant Assembly Center there was a card that looks very much like the card from Bremen at first glance. The first nine fields on this card are actually identical, but the remaining fields relate to things the DPs had to take care of specifically in Munich. Before they could travel to Bremen or another staging center, a number of formalities had to be completed. This is why the cards from Munich have fields for everything revolving around authorization to emigrate: consulate appointments, visa approval, the addresses of relatives in the USA, and information about the organizations supporting the person’s emigration. Unlike the cards from Bremen, the back of the cards from Munich had no pre-printed fields. Nonetheless, the same information is often found there, such as the name of the ship, the destination country and the departure date.