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Maxy , , "" 20:05-07:05(+1). ³ , .:

Landside Transit:
Landside transit passengers are those who need or wish to pass through the UK border and enter the UK (e.g. to change airport, to collect baggage or arrive at airports where no airside transfer is possible)

Transit without visa (TWOV)
ALL visa nationals seeking to transit the United Kingdom LANDSIDE without a visa must:
(iv) arrive and depart by air; and
(v) have a confirmed onward flight that departs before 23:59hrs the following day; and
(vi) hold the correct documents for their destination (e.g. a visa for that country if required)

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(i) a  valid  visa  for  entry  to  Australia,  Canada,  New  Zealand  or  the  USA  and  a  valid airline ticket via the UK as part of a reasonable journey TO that country; or
(ii) a  valid  visa  for  entry  to  Australia,  Canada,  New  Zealand  or  the  USA  and  a  valid airline ticket via the UK as part of a reasonable journey FROM that country; or
(iii) a  visa  for  entry  to  Australia,  Canada,  New  Zealand  or  the  USA  as  part  of  a reasonable journey FROM the country in respect of which the visa is held and it is less  than  6  months  since  the  holder  last  entered  that  country  with a  valid  entry visa; or
(iv) a valid permanent residence permit issued by:
     (a) Australia
     (b) Canada, issued after 28 June 2002
     (c) New Zealand
     (d) USA issued after 21 April 1998; or a valid US Immigrant visa endorsed with a US arrival stamp (a wet-ink/ADIT stamp version will NOT be accepted by UK border control); or  an expired I-551  Permanent  Residence  card  provided  it  is accompanied by a valid I-797 letter authorising extension; or a standalone US Immigration Form 155A/155B (attached to a sealed brown envelope); or
(v) a valid common format residence permit issued by an EEA state or Switzerland; or
(vi) a valid common format category D visa for entry to an EEA state or Switzerland; or
(vii) a valid Irish biometric visa endorsed BC or BC BIVS and travelling TO the Republic of Ireland; or
(viii) an Irish biometric visa endorsed BC or BC BIVS and travelling FROM the Republic of Ireland provided it is less than 3 months since the holder last entered there

, , , , (vi) a valid common format category D visa for entry to an EEA state or Switzerland ?
UK c 2014 .:

https://www.gov.uk/government/news/transit-visa-2

From 1 December 2014 the airside and landside transit visa requirements for the UK are changing.

The changes will mean that from the 1 December 2014:

The Transit Without a Visa (TWOV) concession currently allows some visa nationals to enter the UK without a UK visa, in order to recheck bags, stay overnight, or change airport. This concession is being removed.

New arrangements for transiting through the UK without a visa were placed in the UK Immigration Rules on 16 October to take effect from 1st December 2014. The new rules mean that from 1st December, all visa nationals wishing to pass through the UK border control (landside), in transit, will either have to hold a valid UK visa, or one of an expanded list of approved exemption documents for landside transit.

This change will make our landside transit requirements more straightforward and consistent for all visa nationals whilst also increasing UK border security.

What this means for all visa nationals defined as non-Direct Airside Transit Visa (DATV) nationals:

For those transiting airside (not passing through the UK border) there is no change as they will still not require a visa for airside transit.

Those transiting landside (passing through the UK border) this includes those wanting to enter the UK to recheck bags, stay overnight, or change airport will be required from 1st December 2014 to hold either a valid UK visa, or one of the expanded list of exemption documents.

What documents can DATV visa nationals use to transit without a visa?

a valid visa for entry to Australia, Canada, New Zealand or the United States of America provided the person is en-route to or from those countries;

Why we are introducing this change?

By removing the TWOV concession, we are closing a loophole in our border security which has allowed some visa nationals to enter the UK whilst claiming to be in transit, purely on the basis of an onward ticket without any prior checks

https://www.gov.uk/check-uk-visa/y/ukraine/transit/republic_of_ireland

Check if you need a UK visa
Whats your nationality as shown on your passport or travel document?    Ukraine    
What are you coming to the UK to do?    Transit (on your way to somewhere else)    
Where are you travelling to?    Republic of Ireland

Youll need a visa to pass through the UK (unless youre exempt)

Youll usually need to apply for a UK standard visitor visa.
Transiting without a visa

You might be eligible for transit without visa if:

* you arrive and depart by air
* have a confirmed onward flight that leaves on the day you arrive or before midnight on the day after you arrive
* have the right documents for your destination (for example a visa for that country)

You must also have an Irish biometric visa (marked BC or BC BIVS in the Remarks section) and an onward flight ticket to the Republic of Ireland.

E-visas or e-residence permits are not acceptable for transiting through immigration control without a visa.

All visas and residence permits must be valid.

You wont be able to transit without a visa if a Border Force officer decides you dont qualify under the immigration rules.
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