Helping British people overseas: travelling and living abroad
Advice and guidance from the Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO) for British nationals travelling and living abroad.
Advice and guides from the Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO) for British nationals travelling and living abroad.
The FCDO provides advice and guides to British people on travelling and living abroad, including how we can help if things go wrong.
The FCDO’s foreign travel advice provides information and advice to help British nationals make their own informed decisions about foreign travel
The FCDO’s living in country guides provides advice for British nationals living abroad including residency, health and benefits, with specific advice for people in countries affected by the UK’s departure from the EU
Support for British nationals abroad: A guide highlights some of the main ways you can help yourself stay safe abroad and what help the FCDO can provide
- Advice for women travelling abroad
- Disability and travel abroad
- Festival travel checklist
- Forced marriage
- Foreign travel checklist
- Foreign travel insurance
- Gap years, volunteering overseas and adventure travelling
- Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender foreign travel advice
- Travelling during Ramadan
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Last updated 7 January 2020 + show all updates
Expanded content listing by including all central FCO consular publications and consular assistance leaflets. New section added listing links to travel advice pages, living in guides and Support for British nationals abroad guide.
Removal of Going to live abroad leaflet as it is out of date and information available in Living in country guide pages. New link added to Living in country guides collection page.
New contact telephone number
New contact email address
Added Missing persons abroad and international child abduction to the collection. Advice previously published.
New guidance leaflet on support for bereavement through murder or manslaughter