UK now requires entry clearance

February 2004
Airman;Feb2004, Vol. 48 Issue 2, p10
Reports on the immigration regulations enacted by Great Britain which require people visiting for more than six months to obtain entry clearance before travel. Application of the rules to military family members, as well as civilian personnel, contractors and their families; Exemption of active duty military members on orders from the rules; Length of days to process an entry clearance.


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