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Other embassies and consulates in San Juan, Puerto Rico

British flag Consulate of the United Kingdom in San Juan, Puerto Rico

AddressSan Juan, PR 00791
USA
Phonelocal: (787) 567.9697
international: +1.787.567.9697
Web sitehttp://www.gov.uk/world/usa

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Wed, 22 Jul 2015 00:24 EDT
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Maria Cuevas
Thu, 5 Mar 2015 21:33 EST
UK Visa after entry refuse
I got an air ticket to UK with return date but as I am an American citizen I thought I didn't need a visa when I went over there the UK Border refuse my entry and I'd like to know how long time do I have to wait to get a Visa in case I need it and enter to UK.
Yasiris Diaz
Sat, 25 Oct 2014 14:09 EDT
University
I want to study in the UK, Oxford to be specific and in their international qualification section they say I can take British A-levels and the British Council knows where I can take them in my country. So yes, where I can take the A-Levels here in Puerto Rico?
david@foreigntrustsl.com
Mon, 20 Oct 2014 06:58 EDT
DIVORCE
Hi i married in Puerto Rico on 28th April 1999, unfortunately we are to divorce.I have been told to do so that I need original marriage certificate stamped with the Hague convention stamp(apostille), can you help me please?.
Many thanks
Marco Araujo
Mon, 10 Feb 2014 15:34 EST
Family permit enquiry
Hi. I just have couple of simple questions that I need you to please clarify. I am a EEA national and I am going to move to the UK with my wife in a few months.

1- Can my wife with family permit buy a one way ticket to enter UK with me?

2- Could that ticket be with stops on other EU Countries?

Thank you very much.
Miss Bayo Elizabeth Cary AA BA MLIS
Tue, 27 Aug 2013 17:30 EDT
UK Asylum Request being made by Miss Bayo Elizabeth Cary AA BA MLIS for herself and her 3 children: Hadiya Elizabeth, Omari Jonathan, and Nadira Helena
08-27-2013 To Whom It May Concern: It is my intention to seek asylum in the UK. I have been tortured here in the USA, with medication that I did not require, to the point of complete retardation of dysfunction, for the past 14 years, and, I have been forced to be homeless for the past, almost 4 years. My children were removed from my care, because of the torture which ensued, and, because I lacked the financial resources to support my family. I have not had a job interview, since 2008, although, I am capable of working, and, I have a Master's Degree. I have had little to no time at all, with any of my 3 children, who are all now in high school, over the past 14 years. I am tired of being homeless, although the medical abuse, within the healthcare system here in the USA, has abated, I am still being refused gainful employment, and safe housing, and access to my 3 children, to whom, I am the sole custodial parent--the sole decision maker according to the court system in Florida--USA. I would like to apply for asylum in the UK, for both myself, and my 3 children. I am having considerable difficulty surviving in the USA with no money, and not much family, and no housing, and no job interviews ever, although I am well qualified to work. I have no mental problems, although I was persecuted here in the USA, for the past 14 years. I just passed another psychological examination, at another hospital here in Phoenix, AZ. How do I apply for asylum online? I am not able to relocate to the UK at this time, in order to apply in an asylum application office in person, however, I could very easily relocate from Phoenix, AZ, closer to the British Embassy and Consulate location in Texas, USA. I could apply in person at the British Embassy location here in Texas, USA. I would not feel comfortable, after what I have suffered, in flying to the Washington, DC area, not at this time. My full legal name is: Miss Bayo Elizabeth Cary, A.A., B.A., M.L.I.S. . I will have a phone number again shortly, until that time, I can only be reached by email, at: belizabethcary@gmail.com . I am completely homeless, and really struggling, without enough financial resources, after years of medical mis-treatment, abuse, torture, and ostrification, to continue to survive, here in the USA. Thank you for your time, and for your immediate attention. I will look for your prompt reply by email. My situation is pressing, and requires an immediate resolve. Thank you again. Sincerely, Miss Bayo Elizabeth Cary, A.A., B.A., M.L.I.S. Email: belizabethcary@gmail.com
Ana Maria
Tue, 23 Jul 2013 17:25 EDT
UK visa for colombian citizen
I need information if a colombian citizen needs a visa to enter UK and where can it be requested.
Thank you
johan
Wed, 29 May 2013 17:20 EDT
question
what requirements needed for visa travelling from puerto rico to uk
Gilberto Avendano Leon
Mon, 30 Jul 2012 12:23 EDT
Belize Visa
Can I submit the visa applications to Belize with you?
I am Colombian, I live and work in San Juan, Puerto Rico. I had US visa L1

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