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I am from Malaysia, a Chinese. I am travelling with my boyfriend, who is an Englishman.

I will prepare some documents, such as:

  1. Salary slips
  2. Bank Statement
  3. Itinerary of my trip
  4. Accommodation address

If I have only a single ticket to Germany with him, can I enter UK with him without a return ticket? Or I should plan to other Europe countries by Eurostar?

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  • What passport are you travelling on? – Gayot Fow Mar 8 '15 at 12:47
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    What's Eurotrain? Do you mean the Eurostar train between London and the continent or some EuroSomething trains in Germany and other countries? – Vince Mar 8 '15 at 21:32
  • I am travelling on 6 months holiday visa. Yes, I mean the Eurostar train. :) – Tiffypeirsim Mar 10 '15 at 3:39
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    To the extent that a proof of onward travel is recommended in your situation, a flight out of the country or two separate Eurostar tickets should be just a fine. Even a flight from some other European country to your home country can often do. I cannot think of any situation in which having a “return ticket” is required as such. – Relaxed Mar 10 '15 at 11:02
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    Thanks for the answer. I was travelling to newhaven, England by ferry. The custom did ask me to show the return ticket when he asked me where was my next country to travel. – Tiffypeirsim Apr 18 '15 at 11:24