Great Britain: travel documents to Finland
(valid until further notice)
A visa is not required
- EU Member State
Travel documents accepted by Finnish authorities
- Ordinary passport
- Diplomatic passport
- Service passport / Official duty passport
- Emergency Passport
- An official identification card issued by Great Britain to its citizen
- Travel Document for refugees (1951 Geneva convention)
- Travel Documents for stateless person (1954 New York convention)
- Certificate of Travel
- Seaman's book (on duty)
UK Certificate of Travel
If you hold a UK Certificate of Travel, you will need a Schengen visa to travel to Finland.
EU Settlement Scheme
A residence permit document under the UK’s new EU Settlement Scheme does not entitle family members of an EU citizen who are not EU citizens themselves to visa-free travel in the EU countries.
You must apply for a visa when travelling to Finland, if:
you are a family member of an EU citizen but you are not an EU citizen yourself;
you have a visa requirement when travelling to the EU, and
you only hold a residence permit document under the UK’s EU Settlement Scheme.