Is there British Embassy in Yemen?
The United Kingdom’s consulate in Hodeidah is the sole British representation in Yemen.
What can the British Embassy help with?
Issue replacement passports or emergency travel documents if your original passport is lost, damaged or stolen. Give appropriate help and support if you have been the victim of rape, assault or another crime. Provide information about transferring funds from your friends or family if you have run out of money.
How do I contact British Embassy?
You can contact the Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office at any time by calling +44 (0)20 7008 1500. If your enquiry concerns an application for a British passport, you should call +44 (0)300 222 0000 on Monday to Friday from 8:00am to 8:00pm and at weekends and public holidays from 9:00am to 5:30pm.
How do I contact the British embassy in London?
Telephone: +44 (0) 20 731 200 41 (not for consular services such as passports, registration, visas, etc.) E-mail: [email protected] (not for consular services such as passports, registration, visas, etc.)
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How do you contact the Foreign Office?
Call: For general enquiries phone the FCO switchboard on 020 7008 1500.
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How long does it take to get appointment for UK visa?
UK Visas and Immigration aim to provide an appointment at your local visa application centre within 5 working days and to process non-settlement visas within 15 working days.
Can I travel to Yemen as a British citizen?
British nationals who remain in Yemen should call the Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office on +44 (0)20 7008 1500, if they require urgent consular assistance. If you do choose to remain you should minimise movement around the country and within cities and towns and follow the other precautions in the travel advice.
How do I contact the British Consulate Sana’a?
Consular support is not available from the British government within Yemen, as all services of the British Embassy in Sana’a are suspended and all diplomatic and consular staff have been withdrawn. If you need to speak to a consular officer in the UK, call the FCDO in London on +44 (0)20 7008 5000.
What are the challenges facing the UK in Yemen?
Access to food, clean water, fuel and medical supplies is difficult throughout Yemen. There is a high risk of being caught in indiscriminate gunfire or shelling. The operations of the British Embassy in Sana’a have been suspended since February 2015 and diplomatic staff have been withdrawn.
Why is the United Kingdom two hours behind in Yemen?
The United Kingdom is currently two hours behind AST (Arabia Standard Time). Yemen is the poorest country in the Middle East and has been enduring armed conflict for the last 7 years. The conflict and associated political, economic and humanitarian crises have deepened already severe poverty and gender inequality.