Can Us citizen without US passport travel to UK on a UK passport?
If he/she has duel citizenship yes.
not if you are a UK citizen - but some airlines require everyone to have a passport for travel purposes
If you are a British or Irish citizen you can travel anywhere in the Common Travel Area (UK, Republic of Ireland, Isle of Man and Channel Islands) without a passport. Airlines require photo ID, however.
You can always return to a country of which you are a citizen. Lack of a current passport is only an impediment to travel to countries of which you are not a citizen.
You have Gambian passport and visa you have indefernate leave to stay in England where can you travel on your passport and visa with out applying for a shengan visa?
Your indefinite leave to remain in the UK doesn't allow you to travel without a visa. So basically you can travel between the Gambia and UK. If you successfully apply for citizenship and then get a British passport, you can travel freely throughout Europe and to any country that a British citizen can travel to without the need for a visa.
If that travel document is a passport then yes you can. Without passport it wont be possible
If you are a UK citizen - from the Passport Office. If you are a non-UK citizen - from your embassy.
To get a UK passport you must be a citizen of the UK. A passport is proof of identity and proof of citizenship. Therefore you can only get a passport for a country if you are a citizen of that country (with very few exceptions).
UK citizens can travel to Barbados without a visa for up to six months.
the answer is no. Wales is like a state inside the uk. so if you travel to Wales, or scottland i don't think you need a passport.
you do not need a passport if you are an Irish or UK citizen but your airline or ferry company may require you to carry a passport and you should check with them beforehand
As long as you are an EU citizen, you will not need a passport to travel to any EU country. As a Hungary resident, you can travel with only your ID to Greece from UK.
of corse you do no one can with out one
If a UK citizen has been deported for a conviction for theft in the US what happens to him when he arrives in the UK he has not been in the UK for over 46 years In US legally but UK passport stolen.?
If your passport has been stolen, you won't be able to travel.
Can you become a Trinidad citizen without giving up your UK passport you were adopted at birth but your birth mother is from Trinidad?
Yes, u can without giving up you passport, but you can't use it anymore after you've become a citizen of trinidad.
Though the UK is not signed up to the Schengen Agreement, if you are a citizen of one of the countries of the European Economic Area (EEA) a national identity card will suffice for entry to the UK instead of a passport. Otherwise the answer is yes, a passport will be required.
A US passport holder can travel from the UK to Italy without a visa as long as the stay in Italy is for less than 90 days and for business or tourism purposes.
if you are an Irish or UK citizen you do not need a passport to move between the 2 countries but if you are e.g. flying your airline may insist that you use a passport for security and other reasons, but if you are e.g. driving from Northern Ireland to the Republic of Ireland you do not need a passport.
You do not need a passport to travel from Britain to Ireland but the airline will need photographic ID which is usually a passport or driver's license. Of course if you are not a citizen of either country, you would need a passport. As a general rule, for all international travel, bring a passport with you.
You can travel immediately after acquiring a passport.
it would depend on if your a U.K. citizen. You could also get a passport for the U.K., if your married to a U.K. citizen, and have lived there for more than 2 years
If you are a British citizen and have a British passport you do not need a visa to visit Switzerland, just your passport. The same applies to all other EU citizens. If you are a citizen of some other country but are resident in the UK, check with your local Swiss embassy.
No, Not if you a Citizen of the UK or Ireland.
Only UK citizens get UK passports. Is same sex partner a UK citizen? If not, then no. Partner may apply for UK citizen (naturalization) to get one.
By "UK travel documents" I assume you mean "UK passport holders". No, they don't need a visa. Both the UK and Greece are members of the European Union. Citizens of any EU member country can travel to any other EU country without a visa. They can stay as long as they like, and live and work there with the same rights as a citizen of that country.
A passport isn't required to travel between the UK and Ireland regardless of your nationality. However, if you intend to fly there, you will have to produce acceptable photo ID, and a passport is the easiest way of doing that. To be absolutely certain, you should double check with the carrier that you are proposing to use.
Only Irish and UK citizens can travel without a passport between the 2 countries
There are several countries within the European Union that have open borders with each other. Travel between them does not need a passport. Although the UK is part of the European Union, it does not have open borders and so a passport is needed to enter the country. The requirements for entry vary depending on nationality and the passport held so it is important to contact the UK embassy or consulate to confirm the requirements… Read More
do I need a passport to travel from south wales UK to jersey
do you need a visa to travel to the uk A US citizen does not need a visa to enter the UK.
It depends. If you are an English or Welsh citizen, then you can certainly cross the border into Scotland without any passport. It's all the same nation, the United Kingdom. If you are a foreign national, then you will need a passport to enter the UK, whether you are trying to arrive at (for example) Manchester Airport in England, or Glasgow Airport in Scotland. However assuming you gained legal entry to England, you can then… Read More
you either be born in the UK OR passport done in the UK it depends
No. Your passport comes from the country in which you are a citizen. If you're not a UK citizen, you shouldn't have a UK passport no matter where you live. If you've got dual citizenship (your parents were US citizens, but you were born in the UK, or vice versa), then you're not required to have passports from both countries. It's usually more convenient for your passport to be from the country you actually live… Read More
You cannot travel anywhere on an expired passport.
Since the UK and Italy are both a part of the European Union, you can travel visa-free to the UK if you are an Italian citizen (or vice versa).
not if you are an Irish or UK citizen. Other nationalities may be asked to produce passports/id cards
If you are a UK citizen travelling from the UK to the Channel islands you do not need a passport.
Passports aren't issued by cities, they are issued by countries. In order to have a passport, you need to be a citizen of the country you are applying to. So if you are a British citizen, you get a UK passport, if you are a Canadian citizen, you get a Canadian passport. It doesn't matter where you were born, it's what country you are a citizen. If you don't have citizenship then you cannot have… Read More
You don't need a passport to travel between the UK and the Republic of Ireland.
How many months do you need left on your Australian passport to travel to the UK
Germany and the UK are both members of the European Union. Current regulations do not require passports for citizens of the EU to travel within the EU.
If you are a person with dual nationality and with two passports, one form each country for which you are a citizen, then you can travel using either passport (you only need to use one) - however, if you enter a foreign country using one passport you must use the same passport when leaving the foreign country. You would use your UK passport to enter British territory and your US passport to enter US territory… Read More
If you are born in the UK and have a British Passport with status as British Citizen (British Subject is different), you can stay out of the UK for as long as you like without losing your nationality, unless of course, you have applied for nationality of another country. Even then, you may still be entitled to dual nationality.
Yes, you can.
I live in the USA with a Green Card but am a citizen of the UK and a UK Passport holder. I am thus to the USA/US Immigration a foreign passport holder.
If having a passport for 3 years from German it will not be good. You will have to get a new passport to travel to the UK.
How long needed on passport to travel to FinlandFinland
No - you can enter the UK for 90 days without a visa for tourist purposes
No. All EU countries and Switzerland, can travel, work or just visit in the UK without a visa.
If you are from the UK, then you do not need a passport to enter the Republic of Ireland, as they are within what's known as the "common British travel area" - allowing citizens of the British Isles to travel freely within the areas. However RyanAir may require a passport to prove that you are a UK citizen. Your best bet is to call RyanAir customer service and ask them.
A valid passport is required