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Swiss Embassy for UK - Address / Phone Number



Swiss Embassy for UK

Swiss Embassy in United Kingdom

Address: 16/18 Montagu Place W1H 2BQ
City: London (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +1 hours)
Tel.: 020 7616 6000
Fax: 020 7724 7001
Working hours: Monday to Friday, 9.00 – 12.00 

All the consular tasks for Great Britain, Northern Ireland and Ireland are dealt with by the Regional Consular Centre in London.

  • Registration/announcement of departure at the Swiss representation
  • Applications for passports and identity cards
  • Civil status affairs (birth, marriage, divorce, etc.)Change of address
  • Naturalizations
  • Visas, etc.

All Swiss citizens who intend to stay in the consular district for more than one year and who have announced their departure from Switzerland. One can only be registered in this Regional Consular Centre in London once the applicant has announced their departure in Switzerland.

In case of loss of one’s Swiss identity documents the Embassy can help the person and issue a new travel document:

  • New passport 10 (biometric passport) or identity card. At least 2 weeks from the biometric data recording at the Embassy office are needed to get the new passport or identity card with 10 years validity. Fees apply.
  • Emergency travel document for direct return to Switzerland. Immediate issue of document at the Regional Consular Centre in London (during working hours) is possible. The service is subject to a fee and in some cases a passport photograph will be required.
  • Emergency Passport in case one is short in time and need to travel. Immediate issue of Passport at the Regional Consular Centre in London (during working hours) with limited validity is possible. Fees apply.

A temporary passport, which has a maximum validity of one year, may be issued in cases of emergency only. Convenience reasons as e.g. expired travel documents and foreseen travels do not qualify for a temporary passport. Each case will be treated individually. The temporary passport must be returned to the issuing authority for cancellation after the travel is completed. The passport fee is currently GBP 72.00 for adults and children.

If a Swiss identity document is lost or stolen abroad, the nearest Swiss diplomatic or consular post should be informed as quickly as possible. A police report should be obtained and a copy forwarded to the Regional Consular Centre together with an additional “Declaration of Loss”. By signing the relevant documentation the applicant acknowledges, among other matters, that Swiss nationals may possess only one valid Swiss passport and one valid ID card. If the lost identity document is recovered, it must be handed in immediately to the nearest Swiss authority entitled to issue passports. Swiss identity documents which have been lost or stolen are entered in an official list of missing documents and should therefore never be used if they are recovered but returned to the Swiss authorities for cancellation and removal from this list.

The Embassy is closed on the following public holidays:

  • 1 January - New Year's Day
  • 2 January - St Berchtold's Day
  • March/April - Good Friday
  • March/April - Easter Monday
  • 6 May - Early May Bank Holiday
  • 9 May - Ascension
  • 20 May - Whit Monday
  • 27 May - Spring Bank Holiday
  • 1 August - Swiss National Day
  • 26 August - Summer Bank Holiday
  • 24 December - Christmas Eve
  • 25 December - Christmas Day
  • 26 December - Boxing Day
  • 31 December - New Year’s Eve

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