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Sasiton suton
Thu, 28 Aug 2014 07:10 EDT
Help me how to get visa
I live in Sweden. I want to go London for 3day with My daghter how i can
naomie mweze
Fri, 22 Aug 2014 03:13 EDT
Hi! I want to ask if I need visa to travel to England for 5 days and I have permanent swedish and alliens passport.thanks
Fri, 8 Aug 2014 16:36 EDT
I'm going to London next month from work and I will be there for 2 days then I go back. I have a swedish permanent residence and an alien's passport my question is do I need a visa to go to London for 2 days or?

ahmad al bohiere
Wed, 6 Aug 2014 18:30 EDT
sweeden Uppsala
Hello,excuse me I have one question I want to going to london next week but I have travel document passport, when I traveling to london I need to visa or not pleas answer me, this my email
And thanks much.
Tue, 5 Aug 2014 14:08 EDT
Visit visa
We are permanent resident of Sweden and I have swedish travel document and My wife has Afghani passport. We want to visit our family for one week in Uk. Do we need visa? IF yes please kindly guide us. And help how to apply for visa? My email address is
Best regard Asad haidari
Hadish Kiros
Fri, 1 Aug 2014 13:36 EDT
I'm a Swedish permanent and my girlfriend is Swedish cities can I visit with out a visa for tree days

My email is

Hadish Kiros
True culprit?!
Wed, 23 Jul 2014 10:35 EDT
"The Russia created the conditions for this tragedy". How laughable that those very creators of these "conditions" blame Russia and anti-kiev (that's what they call them now)forces for the tragedy. We have the WMD tragy-comedy all over again, but no toys yet. But then USA et al, have used this approach as they MO all over the world and on all issues. Create the crisis, blame and demonize someone else then move in for the kill. BUT in this case they will not attack as they usually do, for this innocent, but demonized side, unlike all the others they usually attack, can fight back and fight to beat them. So no attack, they will stick with "enemies" like Granada, Panama, Iraq and any other "enemy" they know would not be able to fight back. The land of "brave and free". Now that is funny. ps: same approach by their policemen in mideast, in Gaza as you read this. Isn't democracy us style wonderful, everyone should import it or they will "export" it to and for you. Scary.
Mon, 21 Jul 2014 10:58 EDT
This is unbelievable. Your Pm has the nerve to stand up in your parlm.and accuse Russia for being the bad guy in all this. While it was your gvt along with your big boss from America (and few more lap dog countries) that encouraged, planned, faninced and brought about the violent take down of legit prez of UKR, thus coused all this crisis. Everyting that comes out of this crisis is your fault, including the deaths of hundreds of children in that plane and on the ground in UKR. The only fault Putin and Russia have is that they did not send in the troops the moment first bullet was fired at Russian population by the brutal facist troops of that candy king, you so love and support. All those beautiful Doutch children would be sunbading now while Russian ones would be also doing summer things instead of being dead or in camps.
You should be ashamed but you don't know how anyway.
Sun, 20 Jul 2014 13:09 EDT
visit visa
I am a permanent in sweden and living now in sweden , but my passport is still a phlippine passport,do i need a visa to come to Uk if ever i visit a family for some days?can you tell me on how to apply..thanks.
Thu, 17 Jul 2014 07:28 EDT
Do I require visa to enter UK
I’m a permanent resident of Sweden and have Travel Document Sweden (Convention of 28 July 1951). Do I require visa to enter UK, if so kindly guide me accordingly.

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