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Tips for travelers travelling to London, United Kingdom

July 13, 2017

On behalf of the Border Force UK, kindly follow their guide to a faster travel at the immigration check points.

Like any busy period, such as the half term and summer holidays, we expect to see an increase in the number of travellers entering the UK border over Christmas.

We recommend that you follow the advice below to help us process you quickly and improve your experience at the UK border.

 

What to do at the border

Have all your travel documents ready

If you have everything prepared before you reach UK border control, we will be able to process you without any delay. You should have your passport open at the photo page and remove any holders or covers.

Check GOV.UK's guide to entering the UK for an overview of everything you need to know about coming to the UK.

Keep your party together and be ready for your identity inspection

You should remove all hats and sunglasses so that you are ready for your identity inspection. If you are at a seaport and travelling by bike or motorcycle, you will need to remove your helmet. This includes open-faced helmets. If the Border Force officer can’t identify you, this will delay your journey.

Our video explains what you can expect at the border if you are not sure of what to look out for when you arrive in the UK. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X8kSbweNiUA

 

Travelling through an airport

Use the electronic passport (ePassport) gates

If you are travelling through an airport, our ePassport gates are often faster to use.

You can use an ePassport gate if you:

  • are an UK, EU, EEA, Swiss passport holder or a Registered Traveller member
  • have a biometric symbol on the cover of your passport
  • are aged 18 or over (in some airports, ePassport gates accepts travellers aged 12 or over when travelling with an adult)

Join Registered Traveller if you are an international traveller

If you have a valid passport from an eligible country, you can apply to become a Registered Traveller. As a Registered Traveller you can use the UK/EU and ePassport lanes instead to speed up your entry through the UK border. Border Force officers aim to clear the majority of UK and EEA nationals within 25 minutes and non-EU citizens within 45 minutes.

Stay together when travelling as a family

You can usually receive your identity check with your family. Please make sure all members of your family:

  • remove passports from their covers and open them on their photo pages
  • have their documents out and ready for inspection
  • remove their hats and sunglasses

Use the ePassport gates when possible

Many major airports, including Birmingham, Gatwick, Heathrow, Luton and Manchester accept children aged 12 to 17 through their ePassport gates.

They must be travelling with an adult over 18 years to be able to use the ePassport gates. You can check whether you can use the ePassport gates when you arrive at the UK border.