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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

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Constance Ffrench
Fri, 27 Nov 2015 05:30 EST
u k passport
Is it true if you were born in the 50'sBefore Jamaica becomes independent You are entitled to a UK passportAnd if that's trueSomeone explain it to me how
Junie Richard
Thu, 8 Oct 2015 11:03 EDT
I want to know if I can apply for my indefinite from Jamaica?I was in the UK for 8 years and had applied for my indefinite and canceled the application and came back home to Jamaica. My siblings are still there and told me that I could reapply for the indefinite from here (jamaica) is that true
Tue, 22 Sep 2015 16:09 EDT
Can somebody help me
I am coming to Jamaica for a holiday in February 2016 and would like to bring my late partners cremated remains to scatter over the ocean. I am not looking to re-patriate but just to scatter his ashes. How do I gain permission to do this?
Robert Charpentier
Sat, 5 Sep 2015 18:24 EDT
Telephone Phraud
A Jamaican man has been making phone calls and charging them to my telephone number. How can he be stopped. I would have to put more info.

ronald augustus watson
Wed, 26 Aug 2015 12:10 EDT
UK citizenship
My wife Barbara Anthonet Watson who is a british citizen and I Ronald Augustus Watson. We both had applied for my Ronald Augustus Watson UK citizenship since two thousand four 2004, we had the application done via compact travel agency, payed a fee the sum of thirty thousand jamaican dollars $30,000 at the NCB as was instructed by the british high commission agent. We was told we mr and miss Ronald and barbara Watson would be contact with a phone call email are the post office mandeville jamaica. today wed, aug, 26, 2015. I haven't gotten any response from the british high commission. What is the matter? Were do I stand? Ronald Augustus Watson.
Thu, 20 Aug 2015 23:01 EDT
visa issue
I applyed for a visa to burmuda. Its been 3months since I have applied and I haven't recieve a call or email to pick up my passport...does it take dat long?!
Aine O'Neill
Sat, 11 Jul 2015 16:38 EDT
Abusive staff
I went to Jamaica in 2012 and whilst in the queue for departure I was approached by an English cretin from the British High Commission he took my passport and he asked me how long I had been there even though the stamp was clearly visible and where I had stayed and where I had visited. I answered all his questions and told him I was no drug smuggler or taker and I wouldn't answer anymore questions, I was then sent over to have my suitcases examined and of course they found nothing. I visited again in 2013 and had my passport examined by a Jamaican national as it should be and had no examination of suitcases. In 2014 I visited again and was approached by another cretin from the High Commission and I told him I wouldn't answer any questions which as far as I am concerned is none of his business. I was then sent for my suitcases to be examined and told they were being examined for cocaine to which I told the customs officer I did not involve myself in drugs whatsoever, they tested some rum I had bought which of course contained nothing whatsoever but rum. I then was waiting to board the plane when I saw the High commission cretin and I told him they had found nothing and that he was scum, another English cretin approached and tore the passport from my hand. He told me didn't I want to apologise to his colleague as he knew I really wanted to and I said no way would I. I told him I wanted to see the head of the police who then appeared and I told him I had been targeted and I was really angry and he denied it he said they routinely check and I told him that was patent nonsense, the HC cretin then admitted I had been targeted and I told him they had no reason to do this they had found nothing and if they thought I was carrying drugs then why not send me for a body scan to which he said nothing. The cretin from the High Commission then told me he would tell the pilot I was a security risk and I would be refused admittance to board and I told him if he did that the government would buy another ticket to which he told me they wouldn't and I told him oh! yes they would and I would make sure of it. He then aggressively started questioning me as to who had funded my trip, did I work etc. and I answered only because I wanted on the plane otherwise I would have told him to do one. The British High Commission have no right asking me whatsoever any questions and I would never answer anything again. When I got to Gatwick and I was at passport control I was approached by a young English Jamaican who asked me what had happened as he was shocked by the way the cretin from the high Commission had been speaking to me.
Heidi Marriott-Gray
Tue, 23 Jun 2015 13:07 EDT
Renewal of British Passport
Would like information on how to get my British Passport renewed. Been getting a run around for a few years now as every time there are changes, please help me with knowing the truth.....
Claristine Jones
Mon, 27 Apr 2015 09:38 EDT
Visa to Visit Tortola, B.V.I
Do you process visa for Tortola, B.V.I. in Jamaica? What is the cost? If not, where do I apply?
Avis Andall
Tue, 21 Apr 2015 08:31 EDT
refuse entry from jamaica back to england
to whom it may concern.
my partner who is from jamaica, came to england 12 years ago, applied to live in the united kingdom was granted, stay he finally manage to return to jamaica after 12 years to see his family, he only stayed for two weeeks, was due to return on th 20/4/15,but refuse entry because he didn't have his indefinite stamp in his passport, his passport was stolen and he had to applied for a new one he got but didn't have the indefinite stamp in there and travel to jamaica and was refuse entry back in the country, and was told that he needed to go to the jamaica embassy to get a new visa, because he could of photocopy all his paper and needed to buy a new ticket to travel.

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