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UK Immigration

UK Visa centres

UK visa centres have continued to reopen worldwide since 1 June 2020. The reopening has been phased and has been dependant primarily on the country where the visa centre is located.

  • Azerbaijan
    • Baku
  • Brunei
    • Bandar Seri Begawan
  • Belgium
    • Brussels
  • Cambodia
    • Phnom Penh
  • China
    • Changsha
    • Chengdu
    • Fuzhou
    • Hangzhou
    • Jinan
    • Nanjing
    • Shenyang
    • Shenzhen
    • Wuhan
    • Xi'an
  • Egypt
    • Alexandria
    • Cairo
  • France
    • Paris
  • Gambia
    • Banjul
  • Japan
    • Osaka
    • Tokyo
  • Jordan
    • Amman
  • Malaysia
    • Kunming
  • New Zealand
    • Auckland
  • Portugal
    • Lisbon
  • South Korea
    • Seoul
  • Spain
    • Barcelona
    • Madrid
  • Serbia
    • Belgrade
  • Switzerland
    • Geneva
  • Thailand
    • Chiang Mai
  • Turkey:
    • Adana
    • Ankara
    • Bursa
    • Istanbul
    • Izmir
    • Gaziantep
    • Tunis
  • Tunisia
    • Danang
    • Hanoi
    • Ho Chi Minh City
  • Vietnam
    • Danang
    • Hanoi
    • Ho Chi Minh City
  • India:
    • Ahmedabad
    • Bengaluru
    • Chandigarh
    • Chennai
    • Cochin
    • Hyderabad
    • Jalandhar
    • Kolkata
    • Mumbai (South)
    • New Delhi
    • Pune
    • Indonesia:
    • Bali
    • Jakarta
    • Surabaya
  • Myanmar  
    • Rangoon (Yangon)
  • Philippines
    •  Manila
  • Papua New Guinea           
    • Port Moresby
  • Sri Lanka
    • Colombo

The visa centres expected to reopen from 12/13 July 2020 are:

  1. Algeria:
    1. Algiers
    2. Oran
  2. Bangladesh
    1. Dhaka
    2. Sylhet
  3. Canada
    1. Edmonton
    2. Ottawa
    3. Toronto
    4. Vancouver
  4. Cuba
    1. Havana (in house)
  5. Cameroon
    1. Yaoundé
  6. Iraq
    1. Baghdad
    2. Basra
    3. Erbil, Kurdistan Region
  7. South Africa
    1. Cape Town
    2. Durban
    3. Freetown
    4. Johannesburg
    5. Port Elizabeth
  8. Senegal
    1. Dakar
  9. S.A.
    1. Atlanta
    2. Boston
    3. Chicago
    4. Dallas
    5. Houston
    6. Los Angeles
    7. Miami
    8. New York
    9. New Jersey – Elizabeth
    10. Oakland
    11. Orlando
    12. Philadelphia
    13. San Francisco
    14. San Jose
    15. Seattle
    16. Virginia – Alexandria
    17. Washington

The following centres in Pakistan will reopen from 27 July 2020, and the appointment booking page went live on 8 July 2020:

  1. Islamabad
  2. Lahore
  3. Karachi

The Coronavirus regulations have required travellers to provide their information (pre-arrival) and to self-isolate since 8 June 2020. In addition to the previous exemptions, the UK government has also announced a travel corridor list. Travellers who have spent at least 14 days in any of these countries are no longer required to self-isolate, if arriving in England (different rules apply for Scotland). However, they must still complete the travel locator form and provide their details upon arrival.

The following countries (subject to change) are on the travel corridor list:

  1. Akrotiri and Dhekelia
  2. Andorra
  3. Anguilla
  4. Antigua and Barbuda
  5. Aruba
  6. Australia
  7. Austria
  8. The Bahamas
  9. Barbados
  10. Belgium
  11. Bermuda
  12. Bonaire, St Eustatius and Saba
  13. British Antarctic Territory
  14. British Indian Ocean Territory
  15. British Virgin Islands
  16. Cayman Islands
  17. the Channel Islands
  18. Croatia
  19. Curaçao
  20. Cyprus
  21. Czech Republic
  22. Denmark
  23. Dominica
  24. Falkland Islands
  25. Faroe Islands
  26. Fiji
  27. Finland
  28. France
  29. French Polynesia
  30. Gibraltar
  31. Germany
  32. Greece
  33. Greenland
  34. Grenada
  35. Guadeloupe
  36. Hong Kong
  37. Hungary
  38. Iceland
  39. Ireland
  40. the Isle of Man
  41. Italy
  42. Jamaica
  43. Japan
  44. Liechtenstein
  45. Lithuania
  46. Luxembourg
  47. Macao (Macau)
  48. Malta
  49. Mauritius
  50. Monaco
  51. Montserrat
  52. the Netherlands
  53. New Caledonia
  54. New Zealand
  55. Norway
  56. Pitcairn, Henderson, Ducie and Oeno Islands
  57. Poland
  58. Reunion
  59. San Marino
  60. Serbia
  61. Seychelles
  62. South Korea
  63. South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands
  64. St Barthélemy
  65. St Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha
  66. St Kitts and Nevis
  67. St Lucia
  68. St Pierre and Miquelon
  69. Switzerland
  70. Taiwan
  71. Trinidad and Tobago
  72. Turkey
  73. Turks and Caicos Islands
  74. Vatican City State
  75. Vietnam 

Travellers who arrived before 10 July 2020 must continue to self-isolate for 14 days.

If the traveller makes a transit stop in a non-exempt country, they are still required to self-isolate if:

  • New passengers get on the plane
  • The travellers get off the plane in the transit country and re-embark.