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British flag High Commission of the United Kingdom in Kingston

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

» Can I visit the United Kingdom without a visa?

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Miguel Fadul
Tue, 15 Apr 2014 16:27 EDT
Visa to Gibraltar
I am in Santo Domingo Dominican Republique and need a VISA to visit Gibraltar. Can I get it via this embassy in Kignston? If yes, can you please informed the phisical addrees to where should I sent my solicitud with my passport? Thanks
mercedes garcia medina
Wed, 9 Apr 2014 18:49 EDT
Hi i applied for a visa too go too anguilla pls let me now what is the problem the embassy in anguilla send the information too jamaica and they never reply Rodney Ross webster applied for the visa for me i am from the dominican Republic pls can you tell me something its a long time
Sun, 6 Apr 2014 14:33 EDT
Guidance on visa type

I have been granted indefinete leave to remain as I have been working in UK for a while,I have a child who is under 18 -my dependent who resides in Jamaica currently. I would like to apply for her to join me here in the UK however I am not certain which visa to apply for my child on also if she is my dependent and underage,do I have to obtain leave from Jamaica to have her join me in the UK? Is it possible for the child to travel on my visa to the UK and then apply for the visa when we arrive in the Uk
Thu, 3 Apr 2014 12:29 EDT
where to apply?
visa information hello good afternoon..... i'm a Jamaican who live and on a work permit in the British virgin island (Tortola). I would like to visit my sister in London in July for a family event, so i would like to know where will it be best for me to apply for the visa come back home in Jamaica or visit the British High Commission in Barbados. looking forward for a respond as soon as possible.
Mon, 31 Mar 2014 14:39 EDT
Im Jamaican married to British citizen. We reside in Jamaica. We wish to visit Britain from time to time. WHATS MY STATUS? should I apply as visitor?
Sandra AnnMarie Graham
Wed, 26 Mar 2014 16:34 EDT
Documents needed for applying for a Visitor's Visa
Good day to you. I am planning to visit England between June and August of this year. I am planning to take along my children-my daughter of 12 years and my son of six (6) years. I am planning to stay with my friend. What are the documents my friend need to send in order to assist us in getting a Visitor's Visa?
british citizen concerned.
Thu, 20 Mar 2014 12:00 EDT
what would happened if British Citizen Married a Jamaican cititizen?
i would like to get married to a Jamaican Citizen. How hard would be for me to get her into her into the UK?
Visa applicant
Mon, 17 Mar 2014 10:55 EDT
Where to apply?
Hi, I am a Jamaican who is in Canada on a student permit. I want to go to London for a family event in the summer. Where do I apply for the UK visitors visa in Jamaica or Canada. I am still in Canada for school and will not be going home (Jamaica) soon.
traceyann bennett
Mon, 3 Feb 2014 16:29 EST
how to contact embassy in kiingston
I have a visa query sent so many emails don't get any response the phone numbers on the web site doesn't work its frustrating
Christina Allen
Mon, 9 Dec 2013 14:17 EST
The financial info
Does the financial info requested for the sponsor has to show that the sponsor has all the money at that period to can facilitate the person or is it okay if it shoes that over the period of time the person will be there they will receive incomes that will cover that cost.

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