Query regarding multiple entry tourist UK visa

#1 Jul 5th, 2016, 17:00
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Hello,
I am an Indian female(26) and have a valid multiple entry tourist UK visa till 11/10/2016. I visited London with my family in April for a week and wish to go again alone this time for my birthday In August for two days . I am currently unemployed and my father will sponsor the two days trip to London. Will I face any problem as I will be going alone and I am not working?
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Welcome to IndiaMike akar16leo!

You've entered and left in time before, plus you will hopefully be able to show bookings and funds for your travel. You have a valid visa so you should not have any problem coming back here as a tourist. You can always say you are in between jobs.
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A round trip ticket, a Credit Card, and two night of hotel booking should do it.
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Thank you.
I have heard that the immigration officers at Heathrow can be strict with people of Indian subcontinent,,,that's why a b it worried
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For first timers it can be daunting, but since you have visited and returned earlier, and you can prove that you are going to celebrate your birthday, I don't think that you will encounter any problems. Stay confident and have printouts of your confirmed hotel and flight bookings ready.
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Originally Posted by akar16leo View Post Hello,
I am an Indian female(26) and have a valid multiple entry tourist UK visa till 11/10/2016. I visited London with my family in April for a week and wish to go again alone this time for my birthday In August for two days . I am currently unemployed and my father will sponsor the two days trip to London. Will I face any problem as I will be going alone and I am not working?
I'm a British citizen, but my wife is Indian and has visited UK as a tourist, so I have been through the foreigners' section of immigration with her.

I don't believe that you will face any difficulty at all, as your visa is valid and you have previously visited for a short period.

India to London for two days? That's sort-of crazy! Have a crazy-wonderful time!
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Thankyou hopefully I'll make the most out of the two days short trip.
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Just enough time to stop by Jing Tea company..
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Originally Posted by edwardseco View Post Just enough time to stop by Jing Tea company..
She will exhaust all her funds. The tea is super expensive in that shop.
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And super fine. If you have to ask for the price..
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Look guys, the lady's going for a two-day birthday trip from India to London. You think she's going to be embarrassed by the price of some fine tea?

Not likely. Not even for the stuff I never knew existed before I stumbled on some Chinese guys discussing it on an audiophile site.

Anyway, I hope she has a great shopping trip! Wish I could go too!

(Hmmm... what would I do in London if I had only two days? It's barely enough to scratch the surface of John Lewis!)
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For two days you would have to choose between paying a few quid for visiting Karl Marx's grave site (yeah, it pisses off the faithful) or seeing the body of Jeremy Bentham (not the real head which is not for the squeamish). The latter is free but surprisingly hard to locate. The first cab driver took me to a nearby hospital. There's this garden on an island in the Thames for those who prefer something more tame. I would sneak in a late night visit to the Harry Potter train platform, its there..
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I don't go to London to visit bodies. I go to visit people... And shops.
I stay with a friend in Highgate. Never seen the cemetery, not even I lived there nor after.
You'll find me on the bus to brent cross or Oxford circus. Or catching up on the fry-ups down the road in Tufnell Park.

But the Heath is next door, and I don't absolutely exclude the possibility of grass, trees and watching the parakeets... For a few minutes. Two days! Shopping time is precious!
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Originally Posted by edwardseco View Post For two days you would have to choose between paying a few quid for visiting Karl Marx's grave site (yeah, it pisses off the faithful) or seeing the body of Jeremy Bentham (not the real head which is not for the squeamish). The latter is free but surprisingly hard to locate. The first cab driver took me to a nearby hospital. There's this garden on an island in the Thames for those who prefer something more tame. I would sneak in a late night visit to the Harry Potter train platform, its there..
For those who cannot go there its visible online


http://www.ucl.ac.uk/Bentham-Project...tual_Auto_Icon
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Its one of the strangest conditional clauses of a will I have ever come across. But, London is a great adventure as Nick points out. Bon voyage to the OP..

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