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British flag Honorary Consulate of the United Kingdom in Phoenix

Honorary ConsulHank Marshall
AddressCamelback Esplanade, Suite 1020
2425 East Camelback Road
Phoenix, AZ 85016
USA
Phonelocal: (602) 515.1029
international: +1.602.515.1029
Faxlocal: (602) 387.5001
international: +1.602.387.5001
Web sitehttp://www.britainusa.com/sections/articles_show_nt1.asp?i=41016&L1=10080&L2=41016&a=25321&D=1

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British Consulate
Wed, 22 Jul 2015 00:32 EDT
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Larry brown
Sat, 27 Jun 2015 12:12 EDT
Letter from her Majestey the Queen
My mother will turn 94 on August 27 of this year(2015) we had a conversation recently about the proverblle "bucket list " and with all that she has seen and done,what was missing from her life! She,replied that she would have liked to have met her majesty the Queen. Even though she has been to England,it was not possible.
We are not British subject's per say,but I wonder somehow,if there is a venue that her Majesty or support staff could send a card and or letter to my mother and somehow make her day and let her Majesty know this in some form.
Please call or E-mail,and advise. 480-688-2664! Thank-you!
Helen lynch
Tue, 16 Jun 2015 09:29 EDT
Back to the UK
I am a British citizen and married to a U.S. Citizen, currently living in the U.S. For a year now but would like to go back to England, what steps should I take for my husband? We have only been married a year also.
Should I go first and set up a home and job?

Helenlouise222@yahoo.com
Daneta
Wed, 10 Jun 2015 02:02 EDT
visa
hi I have Iraqi passport and I'm American residents I want go to Istanbul and my trip is transit in London should I do visa transit to London
kevin gordon
Mon, 8 Jun 2015 15:38 EDT
moving back to UK
I have lived in the US since 1978 but now have interest in moving back to and working in England. My passport has long expired and I actually took out US citizenship several years ago. What steps would be necessary?
Edward Alwood
Tue, 7 Apr 2015 01:43 EDT
Born in United Kingdom Lived in U.S. wants to know if I am eligible for British Citizenship
My Parents are U.S. Citizens But I was Born in London, England will they where living there for several years we left when I was 3 years old am I eligible for citizenship?
George Larraby
Tue, 9 Dec 2014 17:03 EST
Wrong address on this page
Hi, why does this page has a wrong address for the Honorary Consulate and the phone number only has a "full" mailbox?
What does this serve?
Can we have an updated address and phone number if the Honorary Consul serves any purpose?
If this site is not operated by the Honorary Consulate, who is operating it and to what purpose?
Thank you
George Larraby
fitim ibrahimi
Sat, 8 Nov 2014 17:48 EST
hi
I im usa citizen im trying to move to UK what do I need too do
Michael Chapel
Sun, 24 Aug 2014 21:23 EDT
QQuestion re: income requirents when obtaining Spouse's Visa
I would like to know if my Social Security and a small pension from working for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania can be counted in fulfilling the income requirement.

Neither my wife (British citizen) nor I fulfill the requirement alone. With my income and hers, we more than fulfill it.
Heather
Mon, 28 Jul 2014 15:22 EDT
Mailing creamated remains of US Naturalized person born in Glascow Scotland
My mother, a naturalize US citizen born in Glascow Scotland has recently passed. Her two sisters (a twin who was also a naturalized citizen and a younger sister who was a UK citizen), and favorite cousin's ashes were allowed to be spread over Troussachs National Park north of Glasgow. My Aunt (one who lived in Alaska for decades) ashes were allowed to be sipped from the US to UK for my third cousin to do the honors of spreading them over the park.

I'm told that now, or as of December 2013, the US Postal Service had some policy changes. I need to know what kind of authoization paperwork the UK needs, so that I can ship my mother's ashes I'm looking for information and help in this matter. I'm just trying to fulfill a person's wishes.

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