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According to https://www.gov.uk/guidance/visiting-the-uk-after-brexit What you'll need to do to visit the UK after the UK leaves the EU, including whether you'll need to apply for a visa. If the UK leaves the EU with a deal If the UK leaves the EU with a deal, what you’ll need to enter the UK will not change until 2021. If the UK leaves the ...


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Ireland (commonly known as The Republic of Ireland, though the official name of the state is simply Ireland) is an independent country and an EU state. This status will not change. Ireland will remain a member state of the EU; Ireland issues its own passports and will continue to do so. Irish passports are EU passports. Northern Ireland is part of the ...


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The European Commission published its Notice on Travelling Between the EU and the United Kingdom Following Withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the EU in November 2018 and most recently updated it July 2019. It states that: In view of the uncertainties surrounding the ratification of the Withdrawal Agreement, persons who plan to travel (for private or ...


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According to the UK Border Force: You no longer have to fill in a landing card. Your passport (and visa if you have one) will be checked at border control. You’ll usually be asked why you’re coming to the UK. Therefore the question is pretty much moot, as no one will have to fill out landing cards anymore as of 2019, regardless of what happens during the ...


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Probably you do not need a sticker. UK is a signatory of Vienna convention on Road traffic (list of signatory). The last annotation from UK were done this year (2019, mostly about status in Gibraltar, the Bailiwick of Guernsey and the Bailiwick of Jersey), so it seems that UK accept it. The annex 3 defines the country identification, either with the sticker ...


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