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Links

Useful websites United Kingdom Border Agency (UKBA) The official website of UKBA where you can check the rules and regulations that apply to your situation. Foreign and Commonwealth Office The official website of the FCO, with a list of all … Continue reading

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UK Airside Transit and Transit without visa concession

UK Airside Transit and Transit without visa concession What is airside transit? You transit the UK airside if you arrive here on a flight, remain in the arrival lounge of the airport without passing through UK immigration control, and then … Continue reading

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UK Transit – Common Travel Area

The UK, the Republic of Ireland, the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man are known as the Common Travel Area. Nationals of some countries are known as ‘visa nationals’ because they will normally require a visa to come to … Continue reading

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UK Landside Transit and Transit without visa concession

Do you need a visa to transit landside? You transit landside if you arrive on a flight, pass through immigration control and then leave the UK within 48 hours (or 24 hours if you are travelling under the ‘travel without … Continue reading

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UK Transit – Airside

UK Airside Transit You transit the UK airside if you arrive there on a flight, remain in the arrival lounge of the airport without passing through UK immigration control, and then depart on another flight from the same airport. The … Continue reading

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UK Transit – Introduction

This Post explains explains how you can transit through the United Kingdom when travelling to another country. If you pass through the UK without staying there on the way to another country, this is called ‘transiting’. There are two types … Continue reading

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