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» Can I visit the United Kingdom without a visa?

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Lileth Pascual
Tue, 16 Jul 2013 06:04 EDT
I want to visit UK
Hello, I'm a resident here in Sweden but still holding a Philippine Passport. It's possible that I can get a visa for a short holiday?? What are the requirements that I need to provide and how long it takes?
Welcome to e-mail me

Many thanks!
Christopher Bach Bazira
Thu, 13 Jun 2013 16:12 EDT
Visa Application To London
I am a resident in Sweden but hold a Ugandan Passport and want to visit London for my holiday.
Is it possible for me to obtain the UK visa here in Stockholm? And if yes, what are the neccessary requirements!
In additions, i work , study, live and have my girl friend here!

For any possible answers or ideas,, please reply to my email (( )). Thanks!
Wed, 22 May 2013 18:45 EDT
I live in Sweden and My husband live in uk and i want go To london but i should pass the ket exam where is place for pass the exam
Thu, 17 Jan 2013 16:01 EST
Embassy in Stockholm or Copenhagen

We livning in Sweden, I have Danish passport, but my husband have Sri Lanka passport. Can we go to UK Embassy in Copenhagen and apply UK visa? or should we do it in Stockholm. Reason I ask is that it will take us about 7 hours to Stockholm and only 2 hours to Copenhagen. Please send reply to my email:

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