British High Commission in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago 2


British High Commission Address, Phone number, Location, Opening hours, Email in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago

Address: 19 St Clair Avenue
St Clair,
Port of Spain
Trinidad and Tobago

Phone: Telephone:
+ 1 868 350 0444

Email:

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Opening hours: 9am to 4pm Monday to Thursday, 9am to 1pm Friday (excluding public holidays)

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2 thoughts on “British High Commission in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago

  • Mr Dev Amrit Lochan

    I am writing to complain about the time being taken to process my Returning Resident Visa application made on the 06th February at the British High Comm in Port of Spain Trinidad and Tobago.

    I accept some applications are more complicated than others and enquiries are required.
    Whist this is ongoing, I am missing various Hospital and other appointments, including my apartment in London.

    I fail to see what the problem could be, having been a permanent UK resident since November 1979.

    I look forward to your immediate reply.

  • Winston Onofrio Howe

    Winston Onofrio Howe
    June 21, 2018
    I am writing to express my concern of the Appointment Date given of July 10, 2018 for Standard Visiting Visa Application to UK of which the Application Date submitted is June 10, 2018..
    My wife is a Trinidadian and inadvertently bought three (3) BA ticket dated July 17, 2018 for us to travel to UK, without realizing that as a Jamaican residing in Trinidad I will need a UK visit Visa to visit the UK.
    If this trend continue, I will miss my flight date because of the processing time to get a UK Standard Visit Visa. In this regard, I therefore sought assistance by email and phone for an earlier appointment date without getting a favourable cost effective response.
    The high cost of changing the ticket date is almost the cost for a new ticket of which I am retiree is unable to withstand that expense..
    In light of this I am seeking your good office to alleviating the problem.
    My visiting history to the UK will show that I have been there on many occasions.
    I will be available to provide any further information you may require.
    You favourable consideration and early reply is very much appreciated.