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    Forum Dinosaur ไดโนเสาร์ Linne's Avatar
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    The lady could be sent a uk sim card to put in her phone in case but a lot of non uk passengers get asked questions. That is what immigration staff do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boydio View Post
    I must admit, I did find it helpful being with my Mrs the first time she entered the UK, as they do ask some questions which it is helpful for you to answer.

    If a flight from ADM is going to be £400, how much would a return to BKK cost?
    about £700

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    If it's an option, would you not be better flying out and meeting her?

    A great experience for you and I'm sure it would take a lot of the stress and worry away from her.

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    Just booked the flight for her. BKK-AMS-EDI

    I'm not flying to AMS (or BKK), just meeting her at EDI. I'll make sure she has all the relevant travel docs (eticket showing return flight, correctly filled in landing card, travel insurance policy) and my contact details. If they ask same questions as last time, she'll be able to answer them. And she can call me (or have them call me) when she arrives, if needed.

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    Sounds like sensible plans

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    Just had another thought. Once she's arrived in the UK, and we decide to take a domestic flight (e.g EDI to LHR) during her time here, there should be no immigration checks. Is that right? I understand she may still require her passport for ID check, but there should be no immigration or questions. Can someone confirm?

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    if you fly within the uk there will be no immigration checks.
    as you say she will need her passport for id.
    Bye Bye EU Day 31st December 2020 (11 p.m.)

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    May I suggest

    Do not forget to look both ways when you cross the road

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    Last edited by Linne; 12th Sep 2014 at 10:36.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Linne View Post
    May I suggest

    Do not forget to look both ways when you cross the road

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    LL Point taken, but that's what living in the UK does to you. We have evolved into creatures with 4 eyes, 2 at the front, and 2 at the back of the head

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