UK Visas & Immigration Liverpool Premium Service Centre, The Capital Building, 6 Union St, Liverpool L3 9PP, UK

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Address:
Home Office, 49 Crowsdale Pl, Stockport SK2 5PA, UK

Opening Hours:
From our research, Home Office locations (including Home Office, 49 Crowsdale Pl, Stockport SK2 5PA, UK) can be open a range of different hours, but their helpline is open Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm. We have been unable to discern the opening hours for this location.

Department Call Connection Phone Numbers - we are in no way affiliated with any organisation mentioned
Home Office (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 902 8941
Passport Office (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 902 7071
Passport Applications (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 902 7074
Passport Renewals (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 538 5237
Passport Office Complaints (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 515 8144
Passport Adviceline (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 902 7072
Life In The UK Test Centre helpline (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 5092400
UK Visas & Immigration, Sandford House, 41 Homer Rd, Solihull B91 3QJ (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 509 2338
Asylum enquiries (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 509 2419
Application enquiries (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 509 2349
Student Visas (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 509 2320

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About UK Visas and Immigration
from Wikipedia

UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) is a division of the Home Office responsible for the United Kingdom’s visa system. It was formed in 2013 from the section of the UK Border Agency that had administered the visa system.

Contents [hide]
1 History
2 Role
2.1 Locations
3 See also
4 References
5 External links
History[edit]
The then Home Secretary, Theresa May, announced the abolition of the UK Border Agency on 26 March 2013, with the intention that its work would be returned to the Home Office.[1] The agency’s executive agency status was removed, and internally it was split, with one division responsible for the visa system and the other for immigration enforcement.[2] The responsible minister is the Minister of State for Immigration.[3]

Sarah Rapson, the Registrar General for England and Wales, was appointed as interim Director General of UK Visas and Immigration. Her position was made permanent on 5 March 2014.

Role[edit]
UKVI operates the UK visa system, managing applications from foreign nationals seeking to visit or work in the UK, and also considers applications from businesses and educational institutions seeking to become sponsors for foreign nationals. It also considers applications from foreign nationals seeking British citizenship.

Locations[edit]

Lunar House in Croydon, which holds the headquarters of UK Visas and Immigration
UKVI is spread over eight building across the country.[4]

Belfast
Cardiff
Croydon
Glasgow
Liverpool
London
Sheffield
Solihull
See also[edit]
National Border Targeting Centre in south Manchester
References[edit]
Jump up ^ “UK Border Agency ‘not good enough’ and being scrapped”. BBC News. 26 March 2013. Retrieved 19 March 2014.
Jump up ^ “UK Border Agency’s transition to Home Office”. UK Border Agency. 3 May 2013. Retrieved 12 May 2013.
Jump up ^ “Minister of State for Immigration”. GOV.UK. Retrieved 26 June 2017.
Jump up ^ “Visa premium service centres”. gov.uk. Retrieved 20 May 2017.

UK Visas and Immigration, Sandford House, 41 Homer Rd, Solihull B91 3QJ, UK

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Address:
Home Office, 179 Galloway Dr, Rutherglen, Glasgow G73 4DG, UK

Opening Hours:
From our research, Home Office locations (including Home Office, 179 Galloway Dr, Rutherglen, Glasgow G73 4DG, UK) can be open a range of different hours, but their helpline is open Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm. We have been unable to discern the opening hours for this location.

Department Call Connection Phone Numbers - we are in no way affiliated with any organisation mentioned
Home Office (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 902 8941
Passport Office (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 902 7071
Passport Applications (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 902 7074
Passport Renewals (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 538 5237
Passport Office Complaints (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 515 8144
Passport Adviceline (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 902 7072
Life In The UK Test Centre helpline (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 5092400
UK Visas & Immigration, Sandford House, 41 Homer Rd, Solihull B91 3QJ (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 509 2338
Asylum enquiries (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 509 2419
Application enquiries (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 509 2349
Student Visas (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 509 2320

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About UK Visas and Immigration
from Wikipedia

UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) is a division of the Home Office responsible for the United Kingdom’s visa system. It was formed in 2013 from the section of the UK Border Agency that had administered the visa system.

Contents [hide]
1 History
2 Role
2.1 Locations
3 See also
4 References
5 External links
History[edit]
The then Home Secretary, Theresa May, announced the abolition of the UK Border Agency on 26 March 2013, with the intention that its work would be returned to the Home Office.[1] The agency’s executive agency status was removed, and internally it was split, with one division responsible for the visa system and the other for immigration enforcement.[2] The responsible minister is the Minister of State for Immigration.[3]

Sarah Rapson, the Registrar General for England and Wales, was appointed as interim Director General of UK Visas and Immigration. Her position was made permanent on 5 March 2014.

Role[edit]
UKVI operates the UK visa system, managing applications from foreign nationals seeking to visit or work in the UK, and also considers applications from businesses and educational institutions seeking to become sponsors for foreign nationals. It also considers applications from foreign nationals seeking British citizenship.

Locations[edit]

Lunar House in Croydon, which holds the headquarters of UK Visas and Immigration
UKVI is spread over eight building across the country.[4]

Belfast
Cardiff
Croydon
Glasgow
Liverpool
London
Sheffield
Solihull
See also[edit]
National Border Targeting Centre in south Manchester
References[edit]
Jump up ^ “UK Border Agency ‘not good enough’ and being scrapped”. BBC News. 26 March 2013. Retrieved 19 March 2014.
Jump up ^ “UK Border Agency’s transition to Home Office”. UK Border Agency. 3 May 2013. Retrieved 12 May 2013.
Jump up ^ “Minister of State for Immigration”. GOV.UK. Retrieved 26 June 2017.
Jump up ^ “Visa premium service centres”. gov.uk. Retrieved 20 May 2017.

UK Visas and Immigration, Waterside Court, 471 Kirkstall Rd, Leeds LS4 2QB, UK

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Address:

Opening Hours:
From our research, Home Office locations (including ) can be open a range of different hours, but their helpline is open Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm. We have been unable to discern the opening hours for this location.

Department Call Connection Phone Numbers - we are in no way affiliated with any organisation mentioned
Home Office (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 902 8941
Passport Office (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 902 7071
Passport Applications (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 902 7074
Passport Renewals (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 538 5237
Passport Office Complaints (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 515 8144
Passport Adviceline (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 902 7072
Life In The UK Test Centre helpline (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 5092400
UK Visas & Immigration, Sandford House, 41 Homer Rd, Solihull B91 3QJ (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 509 2338
Asylum enquiries (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 509 2419
Application enquiries (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 509 2349
Student Visas (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 509 2320

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About UK Visas and Immigration
from Wikipedia

UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) is a division of the Home Office responsible for the United Kingdom’s visa system. It was formed in 2013 from the section of the UK Border Agency that had administered the visa system.

Contents [hide]
1 History
2 Role
2.1 Locations
3 See also
4 References
5 External links
History[edit]
The then Home Secretary, Theresa May, announced the abolition of the UK Border Agency on 26 March 2013, with the intention that its work would be returned to the Home Office.[1] The agency’s executive agency status was removed, and internally it was split, with one division responsible for the visa system and the other for immigration enforcement.[2] The responsible minister is the Minister of State for Immigration.[3]

Sarah Rapson, the Registrar General for England and Wales, was appointed as interim Director General of UK Visas and Immigration. Her position was made permanent on 5 March 2014.

Role[edit]
UKVI operates the UK visa system, managing applications from foreign nationals seeking to visit or work in the UK, and also considers applications from businesses and educational institutions seeking to become sponsors for foreign nationals. It also considers applications from foreign nationals seeking British citizenship.

Locations[edit]

Lunar House in Croydon, which holds the headquarters of UK Visas and Immigration
UKVI is spread over eight building across the country.[4]

Belfast
Cardiff
Croydon
Glasgow
Liverpool
London
Sheffield
Solihull
See also[edit]
National Border Targeting Centre in south Manchester
References[edit]
Jump up ^ “UK Border Agency ‘not good enough’ and being scrapped”. BBC News. 26 March 2013. Retrieved 19 March 2014.
Jump up ^ “UK Border Agency’s transition to Home Office”. UK Border Agency. 3 May 2013. Retrieved 12 May 2013.
Jump up ^ “Minister of State for Immigration”. GOV.UK. Retrieved 26 June 2017.
Jump up ^ “Visa premium service centres”. gov.uk. Retrieved 20 May 2017.

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Address:
Home Office, 165 Fleet St, London EC4A 2AE, UK

Opening Hours:
From our research, Home Office locations (including Home Office, 165 Fleet St, London EC4A 2AE, UK) can be open a range of different hours, but their helpline is open Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm. We have been unable to discern the opening hours for this location.

Department Call Connection Phone Numbers - we are in no way affiliated with any organisation mentioned
Home Office (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 902 8941
Passport Office (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 902 7071
Passport Applications (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 902 7074
Passport Renewals (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 538 5237
Passport Office Complaints (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 515 8144
Passport Adviceline (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 902 7072
Life In The UK Test Centre helpline (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 5092400
UK Visas & Immigration, Sandford House, 41 Homer Rd, Solihull B91 3QJ (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 509 2338
Asylum enquiries (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 509 2419
Application enquiries (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 509 2349
Student Visas (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 509 2320

Click here for directions to on Google Maps

About UK Visas and Immigration
from Wikipedia

UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) is a division of the Home Office responsible for the United Kingdom’s visa system. It was formed in 2013 from the section of the UK Border Agency that had administered the visa system.

Contents [hide]
1 History
2 Role
2.1 Locations
3 See also
4 References
5 External links
History[edit]
The then Home Secretary, Theresa May, announced the abolition of the UK Border Agency on 26 March 2013, with the intention that its work would be returned to the Home Office.[1] The agency’s executive agency status was removed, and internally it was split, with one division responsible for the visa system and the other for immigration enforcement.[2] The responsible minister is the Minister of State for Immigration.[3]

Sarah Rapson, the Registrar General for England and Wales, was appointed as interim Director General of UK Visas and Immigration. Her position was made permanent on 5 March 2014.

Role[edit]
UKVI operates the UK visa system, managing applications from foreign nationals seeking to visit or work in the UK, and also considers applications from businesses and educational institutions seeking to become sponsors for foreign nationals. It also considers applications from foreign nationals seeking British citizenship.

Locations[edit]

Lunar House in Croydon, which holds the headquarters of UK Visas and Immigration
UKVI is spread over eight building across the country.[4]

Belfast
Cardiff
Croydon
Glasgow
Liverpool
London
Sheffield
Solihull
See also[edit]
National Border Targeting Centre in south Manchester
References[edit]
Jump up ^ “UK Border Agency ‘not good enough’ and being scrapped”. BBC News. 26 March 2013. Retrieved 19 March 2014.
Jump up ^ “UK Border Agency’s transition to Home Office”. UK Border Agency. 3 May 2013. Retrieved 12 May 2013.
Jump up ^ “Minister of State for Immigration”. GOV.UK. Retrieved 26 June 2017.
Jump up ^ “Visa premium service centres”. gov.uk. Retrieved 20 May 2017.

Immigration Office, Ground Floor, London Stansted Airport, Enterprise House, Bassingbourn Rd, Stansted CM24 1SA, UK

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Address:
Home Office, 165 Fleet St, London EC4A 2AE, UK

Opening Hours:
From our research, Home Office locations (including Home Office, 165 Fleet St, London EC4A 2AE, UK) can be open a range of different hours, but their helpline is open Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm. We have been unable to discern the opening hours for this location.

Department Call Connection Phone Numbers - we are in no way affiliated with any organisation mentioned
Home Office (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 902 8941
Passport Office (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 902 7071
Passport Applications (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 902 7074
Passport Renewals (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 538 5237
Passport Office Complaints (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 515 8144
Passport Adviceline (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 902 7072
Life In The UK Test Centre helpline (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 5092400
UK Visas & Immigration, Sandford House, 41 Homer Rd, Solihull B91 3QJ (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 509 2338
Asylum enquiries (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 509 2419
Application enquiries (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 509 2349
Student Visas (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 509 2320

Click here for directions to Immigration Office, Ground Floor, London Stansted Airport, Enterprise House, Bassingbourn Rd, Stansted CM24 1SA, UK on Google Maps

About UK Visas and Immigration
from Wikipedia

UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) is a division of the Home Office responsible for the United Kingdom’s visa system. It was formed in 2013 from the section of the UK Border Agency that had administered the visa system.

Contents [hide]
1 History
2 Role
2.1 Locations
3 See also
4 References
5 External links
History[edit]
The then Home Secretary, Theresa May, announced the abolition of the UK Border Agency on 26 March 2013, with the intention that its work would be returned to the Home Office.[1] The agency’s executive agency status was removed, and internally it was split, with one division responsible for the visa system and the other for immigration enforcement.[2] The responsible minister is the Minister of State for Immigration.[3]

Sarah Rapson, the Registrar General for England and Wales, was appointed as interim Director General of UK Visas and Immigration. Her position was made permanent on 5 March 2014.

Role[edit]
UKVI operates the UK visa system, managing applications from foreign nationals seeking to visit or work in the UK, and also considers applications from businesses and educational institutions seeking to become sponsors for foreign nationals. It also considers applications from foreign nationals seeking British citizenship.

Locations[edit]

Lunar House in Croydon, which holds the headquarters of UK Visas and Immigration
UKVI is spread over eight building across the country.[4]

Belfast
Cardiff
Croydon
Glasgow
Liverpool
London
Sheffield
Solihull
See also[edit]
National Border Targeting Centre in south Manchester
References[edit]
Jump up ^ “UK Border Agency ‘not good enough’ and being scrapped”. BBC News. 26 March 2013. Retrieved 19 March 2014.
Jump up ^ “UK Border Agency’s transition to Home Office”. UK Border Agency. 3 May 2013. Retrieved 12 May 2013.
Jump up ^ “Minister of State for Immigration”. GOV.UK. Retrieved 26 June 2017.
Jump up ^ “Visa premium service centres”. gov.uk. Retrieved 20 May 2017.

Immigration Office, London Southend Airport (SEN), Southend-on-Sea SS2 6YH, UK

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Address:
Home Office, Becket House, 60-68 St Thomas St, London SE1 3QU, UK

Opening Hours:
From our research, Home Office locations (including Home Office, Becket House, 60-68 St Thomas St, London SE1 3QU, UK) can be open a range of different hours, but their helpline is open Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm. We have been unable to discern the opening hours for this location.

Department Call Connection Phone Numbers - we are in no way affiliated with any organisation mentioned
Home Office (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 902 8941
Passport Office (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 902 7071
Passport Applications (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 902 7074
Passport Renewals (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 538 5237
Passport Office Complaints (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 515 8144
Passport Adviceline (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 902 7072
Life In The UK Test Centre helpline (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 5092400
UK Visas & Immigration, Sandford House, 41 Homer Rd, Solihull B91 3QJ (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 509 2338
Asylum enquiries (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 509 2419
Application enquiries (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 509 2349
Student Visas (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 509 2320

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About UK Visas and Immigration
from Wikipedia

UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) is a division of the Home Office responsible for the United Kingdom’s visa system. It was formed in 2013 from the section of the UK Border Agency that had administered the visa system.

Contents [hide]
1 History
2 Role
2.1 Locations
3 See also
4 References
5 External links
History[edit]
The then Home Secretary, Theresa May, announced the abolition of the UK Border Agency on 26 March 2013, with the intention that its work would be returned to the Home Office.[1] The agency’s executive agency status was removed, and internally it was split, with one division responsible for the visa system and the other for immigration enforcement.[2] The responsible minister is the Minister of State for Immigration.[3]

Sarah Rapson, the Registrar General for England and Wales, was appointed as interim Director General of UK Visas and Immigration. Her position was made permanent on 5 March 2014.

Role[edit]
UKVI operates the UK visa system, managing applications from foreign nationals seeking to visit or work in the UK, and also considers applications from businesses and educational institutions seeking to become sponsors for foreign nationals. It also considers applications from foreign nationals seeking British citizenship.

Locations[edit]

Lunar House in Croydon, which holds the headquarters of UK Visas and Immigration
UKVI is spread over eight building across the country.[4]

Belfast
Cardiff
Croydon
Glasgow
Liverpool
London
Sheffield
Solihull
See also[edit]
National Border Targeting Centre in south Manchester
References[edit]
Jump up ^ “UK Border Agency ‘not good enough’ and being scrapped”. BBC News. 26 March 2013. Retrieved 19 March 2014.
Jump up ^ “UK Border Agency’s transition to Home Office”. UK Border Agency. 3 May 2013. Retrieved 12 May 2013.
Jump up ^ “Minister of State for Immigration”. GOV.UK. Retrieved 26 June 2017.
Jump up ^ “Visa premium service centres”. gov.uk. Retrieved 20 May 2017.

Immigration Office, North Shields NE29 6EA, UK

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Address:
Home Office, 2 Marsham St, Westminster, London SW1P 4DF, UK

Opening Hours:
From our research, Home Office locations (including Home Office, 2 Marsham St, Westminster, London SW1P 4DF, UK) can be open a range of different hours, but their helpline is open Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm. We have been unable to discern the opening hours for this location.

Department Call Connection Phone Numbers - we are in no way affiliated with any organisation mentioned
Home Office (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 902 8941
Passport Office (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 902 7071
Passport Applications (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 902 7074
Passport Renewals (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 538 5237
Passport Office Complaints (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 515 8144
Passport Adviceline (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 902 7072
Life In The UK Test Centre helpline (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 5092400
UK Visas & Immigration, Sandford House, 41 Homer Rd, Solihull B91 3QJ (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 509 2338
Asylum enquiries (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 509 2419
Application enquiries (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 509 2349
Student Visas (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 509 2320

Click here for directions to Immigration Office, North Shields NE29 6EA, UK on Google Maps

About UK Visas and Immigration
from Wikipedia

UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) is a division of the Home Office responsible for the United Kingdom’s visa system. It was formed in 2013 from the section of the UK Border Agency that had administered the visa system.

Contents [hide]
1 History
2 Role
2.1 Locations
3 See also
4 References
5 External links
History[edit]
The then Home Secretary, Theresa May, announced the abolition of the UK Border Agency on 26 March 2013, with the intention that its work would be returned to the Home Office.[1] The agency’s executive agency status was removed, and internally it was split, with one division responsible for the visa system and the other for immigration enforcement.[2] The responsible minister is the Minister of State for Immigration.[3]

Sarah Rapson, the Registrar General for England and Wales, was appointed as interim Director General of UK Visas and Immigration. Her position was made permanent on 5 March 2014.

Role[edit]
UKVI operates the UK visa system, managing applications from foreign nationals seeking to visit or work in the UK, and also considers applications from businesses and educational institutions seeking to become sponsors for foreign nationals. It also considers applications from foreign nationals seeking British citizenship.

Locations[edit]

Lunar House in Croydon, which holds the headquarters of UK Visas and Immigration
UKVI is spread over eight building across the country.[4]

Belfast
Cardiff
Croydon
Glasgow
Liverpool
London
Sheffield
Solihull
See also[edit]
National Border Targeting Centre in south Manchester
References[edit]
Jump up ^ “UK Border Agency ‘not good enough’ and being scrapped”. BBC News. 26 March 2013. Retrieved 19 March 2014.
Jump up ^ “UK Border Agency’s transition to Home Office”. UK Border Agency. 3 May 2013. Retrieved 12 May 2013.
Jump up ^ “Minister of State for Immigration”. GOV.UK. Retrieved 26 June 2017.
Jump up ^ “Visa premium service centres”. gov.uk. Retrieved 20 May 2017.

Immigration Office, Custom House, King George Dock, Hull HU9 5PW, UK

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Address:
Home Office, 1 Drumkeen Ct, Castlereagh, Belfast BT8 6TB, UK

Opening Hours:
From our research, Home Office locations (including Home Office, 1 Drumkeen Ct, Castlereagh, Belfast BT8 6TB, UK) can be open a range of different hours, but their helpline is open Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm. We have been unable to discern the opening hours for this location.

Department Call Connection Phone Numbers - we are in no way affiliated with any organisation mentioned
Home Office (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 902 8941
Passport Office (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 902 7071
Passport Applications (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 902 7074
Passport Renewals (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 538 5237
Passport Office Complaints (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 515 8144
Passport Adviceline (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 902 7072
Life In The UK Test Centre helpline (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 5092400
UK Visas & Immigration, Sandford House, 41 Homer Rd, Solihull B91 3QJ (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 509 2338
Asylum enquiries (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 509 2419
Application enquiries (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 509 2349
Student Visas (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 509 2320

Click here for directions to Immigration Office, Custom House, King George Dock, Hull HU9 5PW, UK on Google Maps

About UK Visas and Immigration
from Wikipedia

UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) is a division of the Home Office responsible for the United Kingdom’s visa system. It was formed in 2013 from the section of the UK Border Agency that had administered the visa system.

Contents [hide]
1 History
2 Role
2.1 Locations
3 See also
4 References
5 External links
History[edit]
The then Home Secretary, Theresa May, announced the abolition of the UK Border Agency on 26 March 2013, with the intention that its work would be returned to the Home Office.[1] The agency’s executive agency status was removed, and internally it was split, with one division responsible for the visa system and the other for immigration enforcement.[2] The responsible minister is the Minister of State for Immigration.[3]

Sarah Rapson, the Registrar General for England and Wales, was appointed as interim Director General of UK Visas and Immigration. Her position was made permanent on 5 March 2014.

Role[edit]
UKVI operates the UK visa system, managing applications from foreign nationals seeking to visit or work in the UK, and also considers applications from businesses and educational institutions seeking to become sponsors for foreign nationals. It also considers applications from foreign nationals seeking British citizenship.

Locations[edit]

Lunar House in Croydon, which holds the headquarters of UK Visas and Immigration
UKVI is spread over eight building across the country.[4]

Belfast
Cardiff
Croydon
Glasgow
Liverpool
London
Sheffield
Solihull
See also[edit]
National Border Targeting Centre in south Manchester
References[edit]
Jump up ^ “UK Border Agency ‘not good enough’ and being scrapped”. BBC News. 26 March 2013. Retrieved 19 March 2014.
Jump up ^ “UK Border Agency’s transition to Home Office”. UK Border Agency. 3 May 2013. Retrieved 12 May 2013.
Jump up ^ “Minister of State for Immigration”. GOV.UK. Retrieved 26 June 2017.
Jump up ^ “Visa premium service centres”. gov.uk. Retrieved 20 May 2017.

International Opportunities & Immigration Services Ltd, 3-5 Exeter Rd, Newmarket CB8 8LL, UK

We can forward your call to UK Visas & Immigration Now
(Calls cost 7ppm your network access charge.)

This website and telephone connection service number is operated by e-Call Connect Ltd and is not affiliated with, or operated by, any organisation listed on this site. A direct number can be obtained from the Gov.UK website at no or lower cost by clicking here. If you do not wish to use this connection service, are disconnected or put on hold, we recommend you call using a direct number which can be found in the link above.

Address:
Home Office, St John’s Rd, Dover CT17, UK

Opening Hours:
From our research, Home Office locations (including Home Office, St John’s Rd, Dover CT17, UK) can be open a range of different hours, but their helpline is open Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm. We have been unable to discern the opening hours for this location.

Department Call Connection Phone Numbers - we are in no way affiliated with any organisation mentioned
Home Office (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 902 8941
Passport Office (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 902 7071
Passport Applications (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 902 7074
Passport Renewals (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 538 5237
Passport Office Complaints (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 515 8144
Passport Adviceline (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 902 7072
Life In The UK Test Centre helpline (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 5092400
UK Visas & Immigration, Sandford House, 41 Homer Rd, Solihull B91 3QJ (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 509 2338
Asylum enquiries (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 509 2419
Application enquiries (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 509 2349
Student Visas (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 509 2320

Click here for directions to International Opportunities & Immigration Services Ltd, 3-5 Exeter Rd, Newmarket CB8 8LL, UK on Google Maps

About UK Visas and Immigration
from Wikipedia

UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) is a division of the Home Office responsible for the United Kingdom’s visa system. It was formed in 2013 from the section of the UK Border Agency that had administered the visa system.

Contents [hide]
1 History
2 Role
2.1 Locations
3 See also
4 References
5 External links
History[edit]
The then Home Secretary, Theresa May, announced the abolition of the UK Border Agency on 26 March 2013, with the intention that its work would be returned to the Home Office.[1] The agency’s executive agency status was removed, and internally it was split, with one division responsible for the visa system and the other for immigration enforcement.[2] The responsible minister is the Minister of State for Immigration.[3]

Sarah Rapson, the Registrar General for England and Wales, was appointed as interim Director General of UK Visas and Immigration. Her position was made permanent on 5 March 2014.

Role[edit]
UKVI operates the UK visa system, managing applications from foreign nationals seeking to visit or work in the UK, and also considers applications from businesses and educational institutions seeking to become sponsors for foreign nationals. It also considers applications from foreign nationals seeking British citizenship.

Locations[edit]

Lunar House in Croydon, which holds the headquarters of UK Visas and Immigration
UKVI is spread over eight building across the country.[4]

Belfast
Cardiff
Croydon
Glasgow
Liverpool
London
Sheffield
Solihull
See also[edit]
National Border Targeting Centre in south Manchester
References[edit]
Jump up ^ “UK Border Agency ‘not good enough’ and being scrapped”. BBC News. 26 March 2013. Retrieved 19 March 2014.
Jump up ^ “UK Border Agency’s transition to Home Office”. UK Border Agency. 3 May 2013. Retrieved 12 May 2013.
Jump up ^ “Minister of State for Immigration”. GOV.UK. Retrieved 26 June 2017.
Jump up ^ “Visa premium service centres”. gov.uk. Retrieved 20 May 2017.

UK Immigration Clinic, Canterbury Innovation Centre, University Rd, Canterbury CT2 7FG, UK

We can forward your call to UK Visas & Immigration Now
(Calls cost 7ppm your network access charge.)

This website and telephone connection service number is operated by e-Call Connect Ltd and is not affiliated with, or operated by, any organisation listed on this site. A direct number can be obtained from the Gov.UK website at no or lower cost by clicking here. If you do not wish to use this connection service, are disconnected or put on hold, we recommend you call using a direct number which can be found in the link above.

Address:
Home Office, 5A Diamond Ave, Kirkby in Ashfield, Nottingham NG17 7GN, UK

Opening Hours:
From our research, Home Office locations (including Home Office, 5A Diamond Ave, Kirkby in Ashfield, Nottingham NG17 7GN, UK) can be open a range of different hours, but their helpline is open Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm. We have been unable to discern the opening hours for this location.

Department Call Connection Phone Numbers - we are in no way affiliated with any organisation mentioned
Home Office (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 902 8941
Passport Office (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 902 7071
Passport Applications (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 902 7074
Passport Renewals (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 538 5237
Passport Office Complaints (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 515 8144
Passport Adviceline (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 902 7072
Life In The UK Test Centre helpline (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 5092400
UK Visas & Immigration, Sandford House, 41 Homer Rd, Solihull B91 3QJ (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 509 2338
Asylum enquiries (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 509 2419
Application enquiries (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 509 2349
Student Visas (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 509 2320

Click here for directions to UK Immigration Clinic, Canterbury Innovation Centre, University Rd, Canterbury CT2 7FG, UK on Google Maps

About UK Visas and Immigration
from Wikipedia

UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) is a division of the Home Office responsible for the United Kingdom’s visa system. It was formed in 2013 from the section of the UK Border Agency that had administered the visa system.

Contents [hide]
1 History
2 Role
2.1 Locations
3 See also
4 References
5 External links
History[edit]
The then Home Secretary, Theresa May, announced the abolition of the UK Border Agency on 26 March 2013, with the intention that its work would be returned to the Home Office.[1] The agency’s executive agency status was removed, and internally it was split, with one division responsible for the visa system and the other for immigration enforcement.[2] The responsible minister is the Minister of State for Immigration.[3]

Sarah Rapson, the Registrar General for England and Wales, was appointed as interim Director General of UK Visas and Immigration. Her position was made permanent on 5 March 2014.

Role[edit]
UKVI operates the UK visa system, managing applications from foreign nationals seeking to visit or work in the UK, and also considers applications from businesses and educational institutions seeking to become sponsors for foreign nationals. It also considers applications from foreign nationals seeking British citizenship.

Locations[edit]

Lunar House in Croydon, which holds the headquarters of UK Visas and Immigration
UKVI is spread over eight building across the country.[4]

Belfast
Cardiff
Croydon
Glasgow
Liverpool
London
Sheffield
Solihull
See also[edit]
National Border Targeting Centre in south Manchester
References[edit]
Jump up ^ “UK Border Agency ‘not good enough’ and being scrapped”. BBC News. 26 March 2013. Retrieved 19 March 2014.
Jump up ^ “UK Border Agency’s transition to Home Office”. UK Border Agency. 3 May 2013. Retrieved 12 May 2013.
Jump up ^ “Minister of State for Immigration”. GOV.UK. Retrieved 26 June 2017.
Jump up ^ “Visa premium service centres”. gov.uk. Retrieved 20 May 2017.