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British Embassy Albania

British Embassy Albania – Address, Telephone and Opening Times. Travel Advice and UK Passport Entry Requirements to Albania.

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Entry Requirements


Entry Requirements – Visas

British citizens are permitted to enter and remain in Albania for a maximum total of 90 days in every six-month period without a visa.

The Albanian authorities require anyone staying longer than 90 days to apply for a Residence Permit at the police station with jurisdiction over the place of residence.

Entry Requirements – Passport Validity

All travellers entering Albania must have at least six months’ validity remaining on their passport.

Entry Requirements – Residence

A family seeking to take up residence must additionally provide notarised birth and marriage certificates to the local police authorities. British nationals working in Albania for charities, philanthropic and humanitarian organisations may be exempt from the residence permit fee.

Entry Requirements – Travelling with children

A family seeking to take up residence must additionally provide notarised birth and marriage certificates to the local police authorities. British nationals working in Albania for charities, philanthropic and humanitarian organisations may be exempt from the residence permit fee.

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Address:
British Embassy Albania
Rruga Skenderbeg 12
Tirana
Albania

Telephone:
(355) 4 223 4973/4/5

Fax:
(355) 4 224 7697

Opening Times:
Sunday to Thursday: 8.30am – 4.30pm

The British Emabassy In Albania Can Help With -

  • Issuing replacement passports.
  • Providing information about transferring funds.
  • Providing appropriate help if you have suffered rape or serious assault, are a victim of other crime, or are in hospital.
  • Helping people with mental illness.
  • Providing details of local lawyers, interpreters and doctors and funeral directors.
  • Doing all they properly can to contact you within 24 hours of being told that you have been detained.
  • Offering support and help in a range of other cases, such as child abductions, death of relatives overseas, missing people and kidnapping.
  • Contacting family or friends for you if you want.
  • Making special arrangements in cases of terrorism, civil disturbances or natural disasters.

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