Traveling to the UK, a passport will be required from October

With Brexit, ID card is no longer enough, and visas for workers and students

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From 1 October 2021 to go to the UK you will need a biometric passport. With Brexit, in fact, the European ID card is no longer valid as an expatriate document. There are exceptions for residents, albeit temporarily, and for those with a family permit. Exemptions also for Swiss workers, S2 healthcare visitors and service providers. Categories that can travel with an ID card at least until 2025. Even the European Health Card is no longer valid. Before departure, it is advisable to insure yourself in case of a medical emergency. As a tourist you can stay in the country for up to six months. To work, you need a visa. To obtain it, it is necessary to have a job offer, B1 level in English and an annual salary of at least 25,600 pounds. A visa is required to study at British universities. As of October 4, the requirement for pre-departure survey for vaccinated people from countries on the “Amber” intermediate alert list has been abolished, including Italy.

Sep 29, 2021 – Updated Sep 29, 2021 at 11:17pm

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