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British flag Consulate-General of the United Kingdom in Miami

Address1001 Brickell Bay Drive, Suite 2800
Miami, FL 33131
Phonelocal: (305) 400.6400
international: +1.305.400.6400
Web sitehttp://www.gov.uk/world/usa

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Tim Bartel
Wed, 18 Apr 2018 13:36 EDT
Train &/or Tube schedueling f
We are traveling to the north of England next month and would like the train & tube schedules for the north of England, from London to York,
Alex Peters
Tue, 13 Jun 2017 08:20 EDT
Traveling with US Refugee travel apassport
Hello! I hold an asylee status in the US and have a refugee US Travel passport. Can i travel with it to UK for a week?
British Consulate-General
Wed, 22 Jul 2015 00:10 EDT


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Mon, 4 May 2015 14:53 EDT
international moving companies
Looking to move from Florida back to my native Hereford, Uk within the next few months.
Does anyone have any advice to share about how to find a reputable moving company for 31 years of personal possessions (no furniture)?
Tue, 24 Mar 2015 16:30 EDT
USA permanent resident
usa permanent resident with green card needs a Visa?
Thank you!
Jacquelyn Argyle
Tue, 22 Jul 2014 13:55 EDT
Need Visa in less than a week
My husband is a Guyanese citizen and I am a Bahamian Citizen. We are booked for a European Tour beginning in England, on to France and Spain. He does not have a visa for the United kingdom. How soon can he acquire a visa to enter England for travel
on July 30, 2014.
Email: jK_argyle@yahoo.com
Sun, 20 Jul 2014 09:10 EDT


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Jacqueline Amengual
Fri, 27 Jun 2014 18:42 EDT
Visa for Venezuelan Citizens
My parents are visiting Miami next month and they need to apply for a visa. They have been in London many times in the past but now Visa is required for Venezuelan Citizens. My question is if they could apply for their visa from Miami since there are not consulates in Venezuela at the moment and what they need to do. They are going to stay for a month in Boca Raton. Thanks in advance for your response and help. My email is: jackieamengual@gmail.com
Rita J Rodgers
Fri, 28 Mar 2014 11:36 EDT
Research on Wars in the Middle East
I want to share my complete reading list with you. I am not on contract with anyone anywhere. These books are special and the two that are safest are the following:

The Body of Secrets by James Bamford
Details of the September 11, 2001 event in the Afterword.

Followup book:

The Triple Agent by Joby Warrick

Detailed description of the suicide bombing of CIA Camp Chapman. It has the CIA seal on it -- I hope it is helpful to MI-5; SIS

Rita J. Rodgers
5013 Hagin St. A
Panama City, FL 32404

I now have a passport that expire every year, but no contract from anyone.

I no longer speak FRENCH.

Say hello to friends at THE GUARDIAN.
Edgar Cerpas
Sat, 22 Mar 2014 14:53 EDT
My son went to London to visit he's Sister and my Son in law, He was questioning for an Immigration Officer John Knight.First asking for the return ticket and My Son tell him it is Electronic and he give to this officer all the information they asking, airline and the date of return( March 31 same month) After asking how much money he got,and where he working en Miami. When my Son tell him he working at McDonald he tell him that this Job not make enough Money to let go in the country.What is this?( this is descrimination ) He ask my Son if we have money ( what's the point of this ?) he put my Son in detention for two Long days.and then, this officer ask my son above the status of he's Sister in UK. What's the point of this? ) My son in law is a Citizen of UK and he went to his house on vacation,He have 19 years old and is the first time he travel out the country, he had good concept above this Country, but know they traumatized my son ,and he spend $1,000. Ticket. and ironically they used the same ticket to send him back to US. My Son say they are Racist, treat him as criminal.He prove all the documents they ask, but for them was not enough, but not finish there,they say will send my son via British air line non stop,but they play one more time with my Son and they used the same return ticket of my Son , with 12 hrs conection in Lisbon Portugal, (one of the reason they don't let into the country was the Ticket). I will do a formal Demand under the law, .my Son came very sick, he don't even sleep those days and somebody have to pay for my Son suffering.this is not all, they stole my Son Debit Card ( Bank Account, )from one of the immigration officer. Heathrow airport. My son arrive on March 17 and they release him 20 and Finaly is with us March 21. that is the way they treat American Citizens?

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