In Bhutan

Important Information

  • Regulations were laid in Parliament today, Thursday 7 September, which set out a change to the immigration and nationality fees. The main change is the introduction of a new Home Office exchange rate policy for immigration applications.
  • From 1 June how you contact UKVI is changing. Further details can be found here
  • NON-EEA NATIONAL FAMILY APPLICATIONS

    Following a Supreme Court judgment in February the Home Office paused decision-making on some family applications. In particular, those failing to meet the minimum income threshold for British citizens sponsoring a non-EEA partner and non-EEA children.

    The Immigration Rules will be changed on 10 August to reflect this ruling. Applications which were paused will be considered from that date.

    If you have an enquiry about your application, please contact UK Visas and Immigration.

  • New Visit Visa application form launched in Bhutan-view details
  • Scanning process for non-settlement supporting documents - A scanning process for supporting documents in Bhutan application centre has been introduced for the following categories: Tier 1,2,4,5 & Family members of European Economic Area (EEA) and Swiss nationals.
    Before you visit the Visa Application Centre please click here to view the details.
  • Scanning process for settlement supporting documents - A scanning process for settlement supporting documents in Bhutan visa application centre has been introduced. This will affect where you need to send your supporting documents.
    Before you visit the Visa Application Centre please click here to view the details.
  • UK visa application centre to open in Thimphu view details
  • Overseas Domestic Worker – Information Sheet please read details
  • Read the UK government’s advice on avoiding visa fraud.