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British flag Embassy of the United Kingdom in Washington

Address3100 Massachusetts Avenue NW
Washington DC 20008
Phonelocal: (202) 588.6500
international: +1.202.588.6500
Faxlocal: (202) 588.7870
international: +1.202.588.7870
Web sitehttp://ukinusa.fco.gov.uk

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Diane Fuszard
Fri, 22 May 2015 07:51 EDT
Visiting the White House
We are visiting DC in June/July and would like to visit the White House. We are told we must contact our representative at the embassy there - how? I have phoned the info line and cannot speak to anyone. Please can you help?
D.C. Attwood
Sun, 8 Mar 2015 08:12 EDT
Visit The White House
My Ste-daughter and myself will be visiting Washington from 22nd -27th October 2015. We would very much like to visit the White House. Would you please tell us the procedure to follow to make our application.Thank you in anticipation.
patti Mckinley
Sat, 10 Jan 2015 23:53 EST
prince Harry
I'm writing this & it's regarding a vile man who is posing as H R H prince Harry. He's trying to collect money for the prince's charity for his kids in Nigeria. I've had words with this individual & he is not nice. He's on Facebook,& I hope maybe he can be found & stopped. This is fraud! My E mail is Princesspattimckinley@gmail.com Feel free to contact me. Sincerely, Mrs. P Mckinley
Justin S
Thu, 1 Jan 2015 22:23 EST
Help with getting back to the UK
I used to live in England but I left when I was 17. I have/had the national healthcare card and a bank account. I took my GCSE exams. I have a wife and 3 kids. I want to live back in England once again, anyone have any advice for me. I'm American. Also my mother lives in Devon, is that of any benefit?
Wed, 10 Dec 2014 21:27 EST
stuck in hell
I have been in the usa for 24 years now,I have child here and a husband but we r separated,I was born in england and have no documents to go home forever, how do I talk to and how do I get home as soon as possible, your wanting sassy
Wed, 3 Dec 2014 11:23 EST
I am British living in the States (Washington) and in two weeks I sit my exam for American citizenship, where I will have dual passports. My question is...'if one day I returned to England to live, will I still be entitled to National Health care and will I always have the same rights as I had before'??
Richard C. Patterson
Mon, 27 Oct 2014 16:27 EDT
The North American Colonies.
Having received my university degree in History from a major U.S. University. I have come to the conclusion that we here in the United States of America would be for better of still being a British Colony instead of being the United States of America. "God Save Her Royal Majesty Queen Elisabeth II." "May have been born a Damnyankee, bit if my heart I'm 100% Brit.
Rhonda Robertson
Tue, 26 Aug 2014 10:11 EDT
Burning of the White House
I am sooo glad that my 32 male anestors and 6 female ancestors participated in the Revolutionary War and that my other male ancestors participated in the War of 1812. How would you feel if we tweeted on the Battle of Orleans? If we had a BBQ to celebrate the bombings of London?
Juanita Duquette
Mon, 4 Aug 2014 15:49 EDT
100th Anniversement of Commencement of World War I
It's been apparent from the beginning that your princess is a bit of an exhibitionist. I thought the 'kiss my ass' photo was bad enough and now to see a pic of her smiling away during what is a somber event shows just how insensitive and disrespectful she is. Her people make her look pretty enough but her clothes! She falls short of looking like a royal, rather little more than just another rich self-involved person, not much more than a clothes hanger really. As young as she was, right from the beginning Diana had class. What I don't understand was why Fergie was forced out of the royal family for far less. I never saw a 'kiss my ass' photo of her.
Mon, 28 Jul 2014 03:51 EDT

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