Portable passport unit in Birmingham -- visits to Manchester and Glasgow have been cancelled
Embassy of Finland will temporarily have a portable passport device in the UK. The Embassy will process passport and ID card applications in Birmingham on Thursday 12 March and Friday 13 March 2020. Please note that the planned customer service in Manchester and Glasgow have been cancelled due to the situation with corona virus.
Updated Visa Code to apply from 2 February 2020
The EU is revising its Visa Code in order to facilitate visa procedures for travellers and to respond more effectively to the challenges posed by illegal migration. Finland will start applying the new Visa Code on 2 February 2020 together with other Schengen countries.
UK and EU to start negotiations on their new relationship
The UK will withdraw from the EU when the EU–UK withdrawal agreement enters into force on 1 February 2020. The withdrawal agreement dismantles all cooperation based on the UK’s EU membership in an orderly manner and provides for a transition period until the end of 2020, during which the relationship between the EU and the UK will continue under the current EU rules. Read the press release by the Finnish Government.
Coaching conducting: Finland possesses prowess on the orchestral podium
Finland, a country of 5.5 million people, is home to 30 orchestras, including 14 symphonies, according to the Association of Finnish Symphony Orchestras. This is quite possibly the most orchestras per capita of any country in the world.
Portable passport unit in Edinburgh on 14th and 15th February
Embassy of Finland will temporarily have a portable passport device in the UK. The Embassy will process passport and ID card applications in Edinburgh on Friday 14 February and Saturday 15 February 2020. Appointments for both days have now been fully booked.
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