British Embassy in Nicosia, Cyprus 3


British Embassy Address, Phone number, Location, Opening hours, Email in Nicosia, Cyprus

Address: Alexander Pallis Street
PO Box 21978
Nicosia
1587
Cyprus

Phone: Telephone
+357 22 861100
Fax
+357 22 861125

Email: Email
Enquiry.Copenhagen@fco.gov.uk
Consular / passport enquiries
consular.copenhagen@fco.gov.uk

Fax:

Opening hours: Monday to Friday, 07:30 to 14:30

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  • Leslie Nigel Beckett

    Sorry to bother you and not sure if you can help me, but I am running out of options.

    I am a British citizen, living in Paralimni for 14 years. I have an MEU3, which should allow me to bring my wife here, but that is where the problem starts.

    I got divorced last year and remarried a woman from Zimbabwe. BUT, she lives in TRNC, having graduated from University there with a Bsc(Hons) in Nursing. She is 40yrs and I am 71yrs. We last saw each other in November, when we got married in Lefkosia, before the border closed. Our Registrar is a cypriot citizen and holds a cyprus passport, as Cyprus will probably not accept our marriage.

    My wife is not allowed to cross the border, even if it were open, as she will be classed as an illegal, because she used Ercan Airport to enter TRNC.

    It looks as if I have to sell my apartment and move back to UK, but even UK is causing problems, because they say my pensions are not high enough to cover their Income Limit. If I sell the apartment, my savings will help cover my Income Limit.

    I can go back to UK, but without my wife. I can stay in Cyprus, but without my wife. This is a crazy situation where countries are preventing husband and wife being together. We have no human rights. I have documented proof of our relationship, since the day we met, with conversations, proof of supporting my partner, etc etc.

    I do not know what to do. I contacted Immigration in Paralimni, but they cannot help. They referred me to Migration Dept in Nicosia, but I am scared to contact them. Cyprus Immigration staff are very intimidating and at my age, I don’t have the confidence any more.

    I need my wife and as she is training to be a nurse, she is an ideal carer for me, rather than me having to ask for help from Cyprus.

    Please can you offer me any help or advice? I am sorry to ask for your help, but I have nowhere else to turn. I am going to die a very lonely old man, at this rate. It just isn’t fair.

    Leslie Beckett. (Mr).

  • Andreas Cosgrove

    Dear all

    I m writing this as I seek legal advise and help from the UK government, in relation to the illegal opening of the ghost town of Famagusta, from erdogan, I’m the rightful owner of some land and houses in the ghost town of Famagusta passed to me from my father, which soon will be taken illegally from me by erdogan and Turkey.
    Im sure that in short time ,the necessary action will take place from behalf of you in order to protect the rightful rights of a British citizen.