Items Needed to Apply for a United Kingdom Visa
International Passport of the Applicant
Completed Visa Application Form
Confirmed booking of a hotel for the duration of your stay
Return flight ticket
Identity Card of the Applicant
Two recent passport photographs
Letter of Introduction from your Employer
Employment letter, Confirmation and Promotion Letters from Employer(if any)
Certificate of Business Registration/Incorporation (If you are a Business Owner)
Six months Bank Statement
Six months Pay Slip
For additional requirement, please send an email to email@example.com
Places to visit in United Kingdom
When you arrive in the UK you will most likely land at one of the five Airports in London, although there are direct international flights to other cities such as Liverpool, Manchester and Edinburgh.
Although the UK is a member of the European Union, it doesn’t fully implement the Schengen Agreement so if you want to travel to any other EU countries you will need separate visa requirements for those countries.
After your UK flight and you arrive in the United Kingdom you will go through UK Visas and Immigration. If you are from the European Union, the EEA or Switzerland you will not require a visa and you will be able to enter the country with a valid national identity card or a passport.
When you are going through immigration you should expect to be asked by the immigration officer to demonstrate that you have a return ticket to leave the UK, or sufficient funds to pay for your departure plane ticket. You might also be asked to show that you have a valid address where you will be staying at your UK hotel and sufficient funds to support yourself during your stay.
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