Sea, Can't help you with How Long or Cost,But I can tell that they WILL NOT take out the pages & visa stamps,to put in the new one,The British Visa has to be put in the new passport by the British Home Office,OR If NOT Done ( THEY SOMETIMES REFUSE ) as in My Wifes case,Now whenever Nitt travels she has to carry the original ( 1st passport ) aswell as her 2nd pasport ( Now Expired ) also her CURRENT Passport.....All because some beauracrat in the Liverpool part of the Home Office told me it had to be done by.....Wait for it.....The BLITISH Embassy ( Bangkok ) Because that's where the ORIGINAL Visa was issued.. That was even after ME Arguing that,Yes the ORIGINAL WAS,But the one that REALLY Matters the ILR WAS Issued by Croydon.....I give up Sorry can't help anymore...Alan.beer monkey wrote:In 6 months time The Wifes Passport expires, she already has done the extension in her first passport....so whats the procedure.....How Long, Over The Counter in London, Cost,Photos,Whats needed, Do they Put The Old Pages(Visa Stamps) Back In The New passport...whats the score..?
beer monkey wrote:Thanks Prenders and Alan, good info....
So she will carry the old one (With ILR Visa In It) with her also..?
Yes she can if she don't want to get the new NTL put in her new passport, however she might be asked to produce additional documents at the British border crossing to prove her status, like her letter from the Home Office when she got her ILR stamp or NI number card.
She is planning to make a visit home in March/April time, (she will have 4 months left on it)......is it better/easier to do it in Thailand do you think.....?
beer monkey wrote:Ok thanks, i take it you did the postal service and not the pang mahk over the counter job..?
Is it a 5 or 10 year one.. ?
Collingwood Hero wrote:Do they have a Mr Happy there ?
What did u buy from the counter selection ???
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