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British Consulate
Sat, 17 Dec 2016 18:29 EST
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Alan Adamson
Tue, 29 Jul 2014 11:12 EDT
Extending an UK Passport
I am a UK citizen and passport holder working and living in the USA on a L1 visa. My passport expires 14th November 2014 and am a regular traveller. A 6/8 week time period to obtain a new passport from the UK would prevent my impending travels. How can I get an extension to my existing passport for the interim.
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Sun, 20 Jul 2014 09:11 EDT
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Laurie Tyson
Mon, 9 Jun 2014 19:22 EDT
UK visa requirements
Hi,

Im looking to travel to the UK this year and would like some information on what documents and process I need to go through in order for this. I am a recent graduate and would like to work and travel while over in the UK

please reply to tyso0056@umn.edu
Bandar abdulkreem
Mon, 20 Jan 2014 22:21 EST
Schegen visa
I want to get Schengen visa because I want to visit London for couple weeks through my travel from Minneapolis to Saudi Arabia

What are the documents that Are required ?
And can I get this visa from your office in Minneapolis ?

Thank you
Shirley Owens
Mon, 14 Oct 2013 18:02 EDT
Travel
I am 77yrs old and have been residing in United States for 50yrs, I have a daughter and Grandaughter in England who i have not seen in 25yr . I was unable to travel due to my husbands illness he passed away lasy Aug and i would like to visit my Daughter, I need to know if i am able to expedite a new passport quickly as myn health is not the best. Is there any info you can help me with. Sincerely Shirley Owens.
Henry Liedl
Thu, 27 Jun 2013 22:31 EDT
First Time Passport
Hi! My mother is British, but has been living in the USA for much of her life. When my four older brothers were born, my mother registered them with the British embassy and one of them has since gone on to receive his British passport. My mother, however, did not register me with the embassy. My question then is thus, what do I need to get my British passport. Do I need to prove that I am my mother's child and then prove that my mother is a British citizen?
Mariam Mohamud
Tue, 2 Apr 2013 12:26 EDT
Renewal of my daughter British Passport
Hi we are British citizens me an my children and currently residency in US, and would like to visit London this May 2013 and my daughters passport is been expired since November 2012, I would like to renew as soon as Possible thank you.

Please reply to aishahurshe@gmail.com

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