If so you should know that there will be a U.K. mobile biometrics clinic visiting Memorial University in St. John's on March 10th and 11th, 2016. To determine if you need to complete the biometric process, please visit the UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) website, www.ukvisas.gov.uk.
Visa applicants are advised to read all sections related to their particular visa type thoroughly to ensure they include all required supporting documentation in their application package.
It is a clinic where you will have digital fingerprints and photographs taken as a part of the visa process for the UK.
In November 2008, the U.K. Border Agency underwent a complete restructuring of their immigration system at which time they implemented biometrics as a part of their visa application process. The only physical visa application centres in Canada to have this process completed are Ottawa, Toronto, Edmonton, and Vancouver (or a mobile clinic that visits Halifax). Your visa application will not be viewed until you have enrolled your biometric information. Without the mobile unit, you will have to fly to one of the previously noted locations to have the biometrics completed at your expense.
Please note that you cannot book a biometrics appointment without applying for a visa first.
You can make an appointment by visiting www.visa4uk.fco.gov.uk.
The fee is GBP 59 (approximately $118 CAD) for each application and must be paid online at the time of application. This fee is in addition to the visa application fee. This fee includes the outbound and return dlivery of your visa documents to/from the UK Visas and Immigration Decision Making Centre (DMC).
The clinic will be located in the University Centre, UC-4000 (Career Development & Experiential Learning).
It is required that you bring the following to the appointment:
Contact Julie Kavanagh, Co-operative Education Services Coordinator, at 709.864.4484 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.