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Howard Selby
Wed, 16 May 2018 11:19 EDT
wedding information
To get Mr. Merkle to be at the wedding just have him sitting upright in the hospital bed and have a lagtop aimed at him. His image will show up on a laptop carried by his wife as she escourts her down the aisle. That laptop has a camera which he can see what it is like to walk down the aisle. He could also say "Her mother and I do give her freely." The laptop could be carried with her and her mother in the carriage. Please send this info forward as i am a cousin to Prince Harry and I am the heir to the Baron of White House and great nephew of Sir Edward Selby, Earl of Winlathan. I will not hold it against them for not using the Selby Abbey in Selby, Enland which is where the American flag's design came from. lol.
Griffin Doris
Thu, 5 Apr 2018 09:49 EDT
Visit
Hello am Griffin a US citizen,I how and where can i apply for a vacation to London for 2 months
Hayley
Tue, 27 Oct 2015 08:57 EDT
In need of a British Consulate.
The Local number posted on this site is no longer in service.. is there another number available?
BRITISH CONSULATE
Sun, 20 Jul 2014 09:05 EDT
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Rachel Roth
Thu, 15 May 2014 13:42 EDT
Love
Hello there.

Late last November, in an online chatroom, I met a gentleman from the UK. We ended up speaking and laughing for hours. We repeated the process the next day, and for several weeks afterward, before beginning to video-chat via Skype for hours each day. Some time, shortly before the new year and after a particularly inspired youtube-karaoke rendition of "Let it Go," my dear Mr. Ross admitted that he had fallen in love with me. I had realized my love for him, as well...but I'd avoided mentioning it for fear of frightening him off, and because I knew that any sort of hope for us was likely foolish due to our residence on opposite sides of the Atlantic. However, when he admitted it, I returned the sentiment -- because I, too, had fallen in love.

Over the following months, our love continued to deepen. Ross offered me a standing invitation to visit, and with the arrival of April, I did visit. Over the two weeks we spent in each other's presence, we learned beyond a shadow of a doubt that we loved one another. Our departure was tearful, and, though we have kept in touch via Skype and yahoo! chat since, we feel miserable when apart.

I am planning on visiting, once again, this late-August/September, as he plans on visiting this November. We would like, however, to build a life together somehow, someday. I would prefer to undertake postgrad study in the UK, become a certified primary school teacher, and begin life with my love in England. He would be willing to move here, or course, but in all honesty...I vastly prefer his family. Not only do they love me; they are a warm and close-knit unit as opposed to my family of cold, stand-offish, and socially inept scientists. Yet what matters above all...is that I am given the opportunity to be with the man I love, and he with me.

Is this feasible in the slightest? What would you recommend?

Thank you so much,

Rachel
Antonietta Di Costanzo
Wed, 2 Apr 2014 17:34 EDT
Emigration to UK
I have long admired the UK and would like to find out what the process is for a U.S. citizen to emigrate to the UK involves. Can you help me?
Noura Elmofti
Sun, 30 Mar 2014 06:13 EDT
New born baby
I'm British citizen my baby born in Dayton,OH this month, what I have to do to get him a British passport?
kaz
Sat, 15 Mar 2014 12:43 EDT
free entry visit to UK
I am a US citizen. Can I travel to UK (London) without a visa and stay for at least one month?
simon Caldwell
Mon, 30 Dec 2013 14:18 EST
adult passport
I'm a current resident of the US and have not traveled outside of the US since I was a young child. I was wondering if and can apply for the passport here in Cleveland and have it sent off to the UK? Thanks
Simon
Visitor
Mon, 11 Nov 2013 07:09 EST
Visa-Visiting Family
Hello,

I am Kurdish permanent resident in US, I am planning visiting my family in EU, so I am starting from Germany and will get a shingen Visa, I am holding Iraqi passport. do I need Visa to enter UK aswell? if Yes, would it be issued in destination port, or should I get it pre-flight?

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