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British flag Embassy of the United Kingdom in Washington

Address3100 Massachusetts Avenue NW
Washington DC 20008
USA
Phonelocal: (202) 588.6500
international: +1.202.588.6500
Faxlocal: (202) 588.7870
international: +1.202.588.7870
Web sitehttp://ukinusa.fco.gov.uk

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David Skelton
Fri, 18 Apr 2014 07:57 EDT
Emigrate to USA
Can someone please give me direction. Me and my family wish to emigrate to USA, however we have no skills to apply for employment before going to USA.

How much minimum collateral do we need to be able to live on while looking for work.

I have no idea of what forms or who I contact to start this process.

Please help
Rebecca
Tue, 15 Apr 2014 00:06 EDT
White House Tour
We will be in Washington in December 2014. Could you tell me how to organise a White House tour.
Thank you.
VPATEL
Sun, 6 Apr 2014 12:16 EDT
PASSPORT RENEWAL
I AM TRYING TO RENEW MY PASSPORT AND THE BDHC WEBSITE
OF WASHINGTON DC OFFICE TELLING ME TO APPLY ONLINE, PAY
FEES IN UK POUNDS BY VISA CARD AND SEND THE APPLICATION
TO H.M.PASSPORT OFFICE IN UNITED KINGDOM. BEFORE WE
RENEWED OUR PASSPORTS BY FILLING OUT C1 FORMS AND SENDING IT TO BDHC AT WASHINGTON DC OFFICE. CAN SOMEONE FROM UK EMBASSY WILL CONFIRM WHAT TO DO.
Linda
Fri, 4 Apr 2014 08:48 EDT
White House Tour
we are visiting Washington in June and would love to do a tour of the White House please can someone let me know what we need to do to book a tour
David Hand
Fri, 4 Apr 2014 04:03 EDT
Visit to the White House
We are in DC on the 18th and 19th June 2014.How do we arrange a tour of the White House?
Nikki Casey
Wed, 2 Apr 2014 14:58 EDT
White House visit
Myself, my husband and my son are visiting in August from 18-21 and would very much like to take the White House tour (it is my sons 21st on the 21st). Can you tell me how I make a formal request for this.
I would appreciate it if someone could contact me.
Many thanks
Nigel Urquhart
Wed, 26 Mar 2014 04:34 EDT
Visit/Tour of The White House
Good morning,
I will be visiting the USA in June 2014. I will be in Washington D.C. 12th-13th June & would like to take the White House tour please. Can you arrange this please?
Karen Roderick
Tue, 25 Mar 2014 11:57 EDT
More about theft
Post President George Bush and Vice President Chaney and dear friend darky Tom Hanks use the Royal account to name or kill women who are intended to love a King while he prefers to settling down his cross and fears another to take away his wealth. These three men are not American but are of Canada. Canadian people do not like to work but rather enjoy having a friend they can latch onto who is wealthy that they can steal fame and money from.
Karen Roderick
Tue, 25 Mar 2014 11:51 EDT
Theft and misuse of Royal funds
I believe that your Royals may have allowed Post President Bush and Vice President Chaney to use a Royal credit card to be used as their guests while in England. The two political officials feel that they are King's and they feel that their American base in England which they feel the English purebred are afraid of and they can boss the English purebred a fear. The two political leaders allow ten thousand to use the royal account.
Gareth Simpson
Sat, 22 Mar 2014 11:23 EDT
Visit to the hite House
My friend and I are visiting Washington on 12th-14th of october 2014 and would like to visit the white house.

Can you arrange this for us?

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