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British flag Honorary Consulate of the United Kingdom in Phoenix

Honorary ConsulHank Marshall
AddressCamelback Esplanade, Suite 1020
2425 East Camelback Road
Phoenix, AZ 85016
USA
Phonelocal: (602) 515.1029
international: +1.602.515.1029
Faxlocal: (602) 387.5001
international: +1.602.387.5001
Web sitehttp://www.britainusa.com/sections/articles_show_nt1.asp?i=41016&L1=10080&L2=41016&a=25321&D=1

» Can I visit the United Kingdom without a visa?

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Michael Chapel
Sun, 24 Aug 2014 21:23 EDT
QQuestion re: income requirents when obtaining Spouse's Visa
I would like to know if my Social Security and a small pension from working for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania can be counted in fulfilling the income requirement.

Neither my wife (British citizen) nor I fulfill the requirement alone. With my income and hers, we more than fulfill it.
Heather
Mon, 28 Jul 2014 15:22 EDT
Mailing creamated remains of US Naturalized person born in Glascow Scotland
My mother, a naturalize US citizen born in Glascow Scotland has recently passed. Her two sisters (a twin who was also a naturalized citizen and a younger sister who was a UK citizen), and favorite cousin's ashes were allowed to be spread over Troussachs National Park north of Glasgow. My Aunt (one who lived in Alaska for decades) ashes were allowed to be sipped from the US to UK for my third cousin to do the honors of spreading them over the park.

I'm told that now, or as of December 2013, the US Postal Service had some policy changes. I need to know what kind of authoization paperwork the UK needs, so that I can ship my mother's ashes I'm looking for information and help in this matter. I'm just trying to fulfill a person's wishes.
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Sun, 20 Jul 2014 09:14 EDT
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Michelle Hurd
Mon, 14 Jul 2014 19:49 EDT
Deceased Husband visa information and widow pension information
TO whom it may concern:
My husband Michael Hurd passed away on 17 June 2014 and He was a legal UK citizen. I am a United States citizen. I need to get death certificates, copies of the stamps in his visa for when he visited and left the US and the UK and i need information regarding the application for widows pension. PLEASE HELP
Michelle Hurd. tel: 5202291372, email mich0929@gmail.com
Annabelle
Wed, 2 Jul 2014 12:28 EDT
British Citizenship for my Daughter
I am a British citizen, but have been living in Phoenix for the past 18 years as a Permanent Resident. My daughter was born in Phoenix in April of this year, and I would like for her to get British citizenship.

I began filling out this form http://goo.gl/AJEODc but it seems that it only applies to parents who are British by descent, and are wanting to get British citizenship for their child. I am not a British citizen by descent, but rather by birth, so is there a different form that I should be filling out?

belledavey@gmail.com
Neil
Tue, 17 Jun 2014 17:05 EDT
Application for UK Citizenship
Hi,

I am a US citizen whose mother is a UK citizen. I was born in the US in Phoenix. I can apply for citizenship per this: http://bit.ly/1uBx1iu

On pg. 4 of the "Full Guide" on the page linked above it says:

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You will meet the third requirement if
(i) your mother was, at the time of your birth, a citizen of the United Kingdom and Colonies by birth, legal adoption, naturalisation or registration* in the United Kingdom, Channel Islands or Isle of Man; or

At which point it goes on to list other possibilities. I would like to know if the above statement requires that my mother had been *living* in the UK at the time of my birth. She was a UK citizen at the time of my birth, but the portion of the statement that says "in the United Kingdom, Channel Islands or Isle of Man" seems to indicate that she had to have been living there. Please advise.

neil@neilhetzel.com
Yashi Dadhich
Mon, 5 May 2014 18:49 EDT
Time for visitor in transit visa
Hi
I am applying for a Visitor in Transit visa for UK, how long does it take for the visa to process from NY in mail. I have chosen overnight shipping for sending and receiving the documents.
Yashi
james sharkey
Sat, 22 Mar 2014 19:28 EDT
motorcycle shipping
I live in Leeds (i have residence permit) and would like to ship my motorcycle to GB someone said that when it reaches the UK I had to pay a deposit??? is there docking fees to ship it there was also told I could drive for 6 months on my pasport help please
Ralph Green
Fri, 28 Feb 2014 03:54 EST
dual nationality
I was born in Cambridge England in 1957. As far as I can tell I am a dual nationality. I would like to know if I can enter and exit the UK on a US passport or if I will need a UK passport too.
Jill
Sun, 16 Feb 2014 23:49 EST
Spouse Visa
Hello all,
I am an American citizen who is marrying a British citizen in June. On June 7, 2014, we will be getting married in Greenville, SC. After that I will be applying for a Spouse Visa. Can you share more about how I am to do this and how long it will take?

Thank you so much,
Jill

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