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British flag High Commission of the United Kingdom in Kingston

Address28 Trafalgar Road
Kingston 10
Jamaica
PostalPO Box 575
Phonelocal: (876) 510.0700
international: +1.876.510.0700
Faxlocal: (876) 510.0737
international: +1.876.510.0737
Emailbhc.kingston@fco.gov.uk
Web sitehttp://ukinjamaica.fco.gov.uk

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Michel Peters
Fri, 3 Oct 2014 15:16 EDT
UK Work Visa
Good day, how can I obtain a work visa to work in England as a teacher?
michell
Wed, 27 Aug 2014 14:49 EDT
visa
Im a permanent resident living in the u.s. i plan to travel to england next year what is the procedure to obtain a visa??
georgia lewis
Fri, 22 Aug 2014 21:34 EDT
1721 580 6186
I need to no more plzz
Jonathan Ewan
Sun, 3 Aug 2014 11:51 EDT
I need to get a visa
I have been visiting the uk since year 2002 I had visas on three different application but the last one was finished September 2013, I did not reaply and now I had two uncles died in the uk, I would like to attend their funeral but don't have a UK visa,one of the will be held august 15th 2014 on the other at a later date, what can I do to get a visa in such a short time? Thanks for reading.
Earol Henry Clarke
Fri, 18 Jul 2014 07:45 EDT
Land documents
I am trying to get some assistance on the situation my father and his family finds them self in.
My father had placed the land documents for property he owns in the care of ST.ANNE INTEGRATED PEOPLE'S CO-OPERATIVE BANK LTD,Alexandra branch, Alexandra P.O.ST.ANN.
We have a letter responding to a letter sent by my father in 1998 from the then secretary for the bank, in which the bank acknowledges my fathers letter and what the procedures should be to obtain his documents.
In a bazaar turn of events and several letters and phone calls the now administration of the bank can not find his papers and we can not move this issue forward. This land was handed down through the family by his fathers father.
This was what my father Rupert Henry Clarke wanted to do for his family.
We the family of Rupert Clarke wants to know if there are any course of address for the situation we now find ourselves in.
Joan
Fri, 18 Jul 2014 06:08 EDT
entry clearance 1970
I have live in the UK for 44 years now. I am now classed
as an over stayer, as they cannot find papers giving me
right of abode. write to high commission in Jamaica for help and still waiting for reply. all i need is papers concerning, my arrival in the UK an was i given right of abode
Cheryl Kirkpatrick
Tue, 8 Jul 2014 20:56 EDT
Visit
I am jamaican my spouse whose is a british national wants to fully sponsor me for a visit what do I need to get there?
Ophel Lynch
Sat, 5 Jul 2014 19:16 EDT
work visa query
Dear Sir/Madam:

I would like to
Sandra Raymond
Sat, 21 Jun 2014 10:51 EDT
renew visa
I have visited England once on the invitation of my son who is a navy officer. He wants me to visit again however my visa has expired and he requires me to visit again, how do I go about renewing my visa. What documents do I need and what is the cost, and what documents if any will he need to send.
Tyrone mutler
Wed, 11 Jun 2014 12:25 EDT
I am a jamaica citizen and I have a friend who wants to fully sponsor me to visit her in the uk.

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