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ukinuaeFrom 9 June 2014, the Foreign & Commonwealth Office is changing the way that it registers the births & deaths of British Citizens overseas.

The process of registering the births and deaths of British Citizens overseas will gradually be withdrawn from British Consulates during 2014. Thereafter registrations will be carried out in a central registration unit in the UK. The transfer of services will begin on 9 June 2014.

There are no changes to the entitlement to register a birth or death. The processing time will remain the same but you will need to allow extra time for documents to be sent to and from the UK.

The transfer of this work will start on 9 June and will affect all applications from the following countries or territories: Read more

Whether it’s an emergency or quite simply to obtain a visa to explore further afield Dubai is lucky to be served by many consulate offices.  The majority of them are located in the Bur Dubai area of Dubai near the Creek  and it is worth noting their opening and closing times as some only open for a couple of hours.

Most foreign embassies in the UAE are located in the capital of Abu Dhabi.

Expat Echo Dubai have compiled a handy list below showing the contact details of Consulates and Embassies in Dubai.

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ukTo renew your current British passport or to apply for a British passport for the first time, you must now make your application to the Identity and Passport Service (IPS) in the UK. Instead of the passports being sent to Dusseldorf, Germany.  Information on how to apply can be found on the GOV.UK website.

The application will take at least 4 weeks and it will cost GBP 147.86 which should be paid by credit card on-line.  You will need to download the form and send it  using a secure delivery service with all the Read more

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