What does an American need to visit England?
I'm going for an wedding
- 9 months ago
A passport and some money
- PAMELALv 79 months ago
A tourist visa, up to date passport, see your embassy.
- Anonymous10 months ago
an education we don't care How Big it is in the USA we don't care how many Wars you started including WW2
you never saved the UK in WW2 the RAF and Canada did that is a start
- CliveLv 710 months ago
A passport. US citizens do not need a visa for a visit of up to 6 months. Also take a pen and a note of the address you will be staying at in your hand luggage, as you will need them to fill out the UK landing card that the flight attendants hand out. When you get to passport control after landing in the UK, you hand that over with your passport. You will need the pen again on the way home to fill out the US Customs form.
What everyone else is saying about a return ticket and money to support yourself is just so you can show the immigration officer if they ask you to prove it when they quiz you about the purpose of your visit. Obviously you need them for a visit anywhere, just the same as you need to take clothes.
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- ZapataLv 610 months ago
A pretty large amount of money....it's expensive there.
- David SLv 710 months ago
You need a passport valid for at least 6 months and be in possession of a valid return ticket to the U.S. together with enough financial resources to fund your stay (cash/credit cards)
- LudwigLv 610 months ago
Not much. You automatically get your visitors visa for free, stamped into your passport on arrival. You can stay for six months. You might need to get some travel insurance before you go.
- sunshine_melLv 710 months ago
Nothing, as a tourist, other than your passport and a ticket home
- MaxiLv 710 months ago
Return ticket, enough money to support yourself while in the UK and your passport
- pmt853Lv 710 months ago
Plane or ship tickets, passport. Some money would be handy. Leave all and any guns at home.