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Post: #21
Hi Bob,

I totally understand what you're trying to say. I am afraid, that as you live outside of the UK we are unable to arrange your visa so we recommend you contact your closest embassy, consulate or high commission for advice.

We would always recommend that your visa is valid for the whole trip - there would be nothing worse than getting in to trouble whilst on holiday. The visa is valid for 3 months from the date it’s applied for, so you could apply for it mid-December if that would be your preferred option. We can't say what Trailfinders process is when it comes to visa's so it might also be worthwhile having a chat with them too.

SarahS - Sorry I did mean "before" your trip.

I hope this helps.

Kindest regards,
Monty
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Post: #22
Hi Monty,

Many thanks for your reply.  I think I confused myself when I was writing my post!  So if I apply at the beginning of December, even if it is issued promptly (Trailfinders will have to send it off to the Embassy in London in any case), it would still be valid until early March. Seeing as I get back before the end of February (I'm not doing the add-on) then that should be fine!  Here's hoping it doesn't get lost in the system in the chaos of Christmas!!  It's always a scary thing to be sending your passport away....

Best wishes,

Bob
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(11/03/2016, 05:02 PM)sallyc Wrote: Mike
Don't worry - the restraining order only kicks in on our sixth holiday together so you're fine for now!
Sally

Sally this really made me laugh out loud...I work in a very quiet environment so my snort of laughter caused a few people to jump lol  Big Grin
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