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Last TRP question, hopefully!
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newrules
Posted 2018-08-24 8:24 PM (#101269)
Subject: Last TRP question, hopefully!
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My TRP should be ready on January 2nd (which means January 9th because of the holidays). However my current visa (being processed now) will expire on December 12th. I don't fancy another trip to Gee Street. Is there any way around it?
Mel
Posted 2018-08-25 6:23 PM (#101287 - in reply to #101269)
Subject: RE: Last TRP question, hopefully!


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You could ask your local UFMS if it would be possible to issue the TRP a little earlier, as it would normally be ready at least a month before the due issue date, failing that its another visit to Gee st I'm afraid...
newrules
Posted 2018-08-26 3:53 PM (#101309 - in reply to #101287)
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Yeah I will find out, thanks. Do they need one blank page in my passport for the TRP? I was about to order a new passport and wondered if I need to or not?
Mel
Posted 2018-08-27 4:57 AM (#101313 - in reply to #101309)
Subject: RE: Last TRP question, hopefully!


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The TRP is a small blue book of similar size to your passport, there is nothing put into your UK passport anymore once you have received the TRP.

Once you have the TRP, if I remember correctly, you will also need to go and re-register, along with having your photo and fingerprints taken probably done at your local police station, however, things may have now changed, mine was 10yrs ago..

HTH 

yoshkarola
Posted 2018-08-27 6:06 AM (#101314 - in reply to #101269)
Subject: Re: Last TRP question, hopefully!


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Hi I agree with Mel go to FMS. ( or get your wife to go and explain). My Trp was issued after 5 months. It was a stamp in my passport then after two weeks I had to go back and get the actual three year visa put in my passport.
I didn't know about the blue book. Does this mean as its seperate it may be an easier process when renewing your British Passport and returning back to Russia at border control?
Mel
Posted 2018-08-27 10:57 AM (#101315 - in reply to #101314)
Subject: Re: Last TRP question, hopefully!


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You are correct, I've just looked in my old passport, and there was both the visa (TRP) and registration in it, you get the little blue book when you apply and receive a PRV..

When travelling back to RU with a new passport, one should also carry ones old one with the visa in it... 

yoshkarola
Posted 2018-08-27 1:14 PM (#101322 - in reply to #101269)
Subject: Re: Last TRP question, hopefully!


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Yes good advice. With a TRP at passport control they always ask for the migration card. If you have PRP do they still ask for it. Maybe it depends who you see o the day lol.
yoshkarola
Posted 2018-08-27 1:17 PM (#101323 - in reply to #101269)
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Yes good advice. With a TRP at passport control they always ask for the migration card. If you have PRP do they still ask for it. Maybe it depends who you see o the day lol.
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