Should lmmgrant have stay in the UK if they do have UK passport?
A British passport holder doesn't necessarily have the right to live and work in the UK.
If you have a Malaysian passport, you can stay up to 6 months in the United Kingdom.
Maximum of six months. The actual length of stay will be determined by the officer at passport control though.
depends on duration of stay, if passport expires in 2 weeks, and you stay in Hungary for 3 weeks - problem!
No the caricom passport allows us to vist and stay in the UK for up to six momths
UK passport holders do not need a visa for 30 days stay.
British passport holder and am travelling to the UK from south Africa my south African passport expires in February 2010 must I renew my south African passport?
The UK only accepts your British passport on arrival and departure if you are a British citizen and they do not care how long is remained of the validity of the British passport. For your return to South Africa: if you are planning to stay in the UK until after the expiry date of you passport, then it is better to renew your South African passport before your departure.
I believe it's 3 months if you're going as a tourist.
For Irish & UK Passport holder youre passport needs to be valid twice the length of your stay i.e two week stay needs to be valid for four weeks from your arrival date
What identification does a Bangladeshi without a British passport but living in the UK need to marry British girl?
If you are living legally in the UK, your passport should be sufficient identification.
Strictly speaking, as the UK and France are both in the EU, you don't need a passport to travel to France. However, you will need a passport on your return to the UK. To be absolutely certain, you should check with the French Embassy.
You need to be a British national to be eligible for a British passport. If you are an alien and seeking refuge from the country you are a citizen of, you may be able to get a passport as a 'British protected person'
British citizens may stay in Taiwan for up to 90 days without a visa. If passport endorsed with other than British Citizen, a visa is required. Passports should be valid for at least six months from entry.
A UK citizen may stay in Norway if they have an aunt of uncle who is married to or lived with a parrot, hope this helps
Northern Ireland is part of the UK. A citizen would not necessarily need a passport. Someone from outside of the UK would need one. As a general rule, a person should always have a passport when flying anywhere in the world.
Assuming you are visiting Manchester in the UK you will not need a visa. Your United States passport allows you to stay in the UK for 90 days on the visa waiver programme. Hope this helps
Of course. A visa is not required, however, if you stay 3 months or less.
Up two six months per year.
There is no time limit for the residence of EU citizens in Germany, but you must register your intention to stay and apply for a residents permit.
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.
As long as you like. Remember to renew your passport every 10 years and register your presence, where ever you are, with the local british Embassy.
no, but some form of I.D. should be carried and some airlines require a passport
Assuming you meant 'a leave to enter visa' - it's a document issued separate to a persons passport, granting the passport holder permission to legally enter the UK. IT IS NOT, however permission to stay here indefinitely. If you stay beyond the expiry date, your details will be circulated on the Police National Computer as an absconder.
Someone with UK passport
Can I go to the UK and marry my boyfriend that is a citizen of Northern Ireland and can I file to stay and live there by only using a passport?
If you really love him. A lot depends on your own nationality. Marrying a UK citizen doesn't automatically give you the right to live and work in the UK. You should check with the British Embassy in your own country.
Visa required, except for a maximum stay of 6 months
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
I phoned the Identity and Passport Service to ask this question and they informed me that the Passport Book Number in a UK passport is the same as the passport number.
Northern Ireland is in the United Kingdom. If you have come into the United Kingdom, you will have needed a passport. As a general rule you should always travel with a passport.
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).
Of course, if your british and she married you, she has legal right to stay in UK now and there for she is a british national, she can apply for it.
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.
I phoned the Identity and Passport Service to ask them this question and they informed me that the passport book number in a UK passport is the same as the passport number.
No they should all go home
If you are a UK citizen - from the Passport Office. If you are a non-UK citizen - from your embassy.
If you are a British Citizen, you need your UK passport and if you stay within 90 days then you need not a Visa if you are eligible under the Visa waiver program, if otherwise then you need a visa. For US citizens, you need you valid US passport to enter back in the US.
If you have your European passport, you should be OK.
Yes, it is legal. The passport office itself does this when a British Citizen living outside the UK renews their passport. The new passport is produced in and sent from the UK. Note that different procedures and different forms are needed fro renewing a passport outside the UK to renewing one in the UK. It also costs nearly twice as much to renew a passport if you live outside the UK.
You should first contact the UK high commission to register yourself as a British citizen; then you can get a British passport. *Your parent(s) must not have had renounced their British citizenship.
Trinidad and Tobago belongs to the Commonwealth Nations and as such we don't need a visa to go to the UK. However, the length of stay is a deciding factor. If your stay in the UK is under three months then a visa is not needed. For a stay longer than three months, attending school or working a visa or work permit is required.
All people require a passport to travel by plane from the UK to Jersey to fulfil the identification requirements set by airlines. Wrong, British and Irish residents do not need a passport to fly to Jersey. You will need some form of ID though. Seeing you are from New Zealand, you should would take your passport with you.
Yes only if you have a valid US UK or a Schengen visa. You should go to the passport control. It takes about 45 mins.
You can travel without a visa through the Visa Waiver program for 90 days or less only.
it depends if you have a UK passport, if your an illegal immigrant you might get arrested. If you're not an immigrant and you have a british passport then yes, yes you can
Yes, if you plan on traveling there or traveling out of UK. You need a valid passport.
If he/she has duel citizenship yes.
as a uk resident do i need a passport to visit the republic of ireland
What if your passport has expired but your not sure if its a child or an adult passport so do you just apply for a new adult passport regardless?
Child passport ONLY differ in the expiry date (e.g. UK and US are valid for only 5 years instead of 10- which is for adults). If you have the minimum age for adult passport, then you should apply for an adult passport.
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.
Yes you do. You are travelling from either the UK to France - or from France to the UK. Passport checks are in operation, and you must have a valid passport or you will be refused.
As long as you like, there is no time limit. Any UK citizen can leave the UK at any time and stay away for the rest of their life, if they want to. The reverse question is important, how long will the country you go to let you stay there? A UK citizen has the right to live and work in any EU country for as long as they like. For any other country you… Read More