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 Do you need a visa to travel from the U.S. to London?

Answer U.S. citizens do not need a visa for travel to the United Kingdom if they are traveling for tourism and staying less than 90 days. Such travelers are only required to show a valid U.S. passport.Sou... Read More »
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Who needs a visa for london?

If you are living in the United States and hold an American passport, you do not need a visa to visit or study in London for periods lasting up to six months. However, If you intend to work or get ... Read More »
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Is a visa a requirement from Canada to London?

No, Canadian citizens do not normally need a visa to visit London (or the U.K. generally). However, in other circumstances, such as working or studying in London, you might need to apply for a spec... Read More »
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Do you need a tourist visa to visit London?

U.S citizens do not need a tourist visa to visit London if the visit is for less than six months. If you plan on staying for six months or longer, you will need a visa and/or entry certificate, acc... Read More »
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Is a visa a requirement to visit London?

According to the official British Government website for visa services, Americans do not need a visa for a short visit to London unless they are visiting the country to get married or are prospecti... Read More »
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