Great Britain: travel documents to Finland
A visa is not required
- EU Member State
Travel documents accepted by Finnish authorities
- Ordinary passport
- Diplomatic passport
- Service passport/Official duty passport
- Travel Documents for stateless person (1954 New York convention)
- Travel Document for refugees (1951 Geneva convention)
- Seaman's book (on duty)
Other documents and related matters
- Certificate of Travel / Certificat de Voyage
(substituting for / formerly known as: Certificate of Identity / Certificat d´Identité)
- Identity Card / Carte d´Identité (United Kingdom Gibraltar)
- An official identification card issued by an European Union country to its citizen is accepted in Finland as a passport.
- Passports with a blue cover, issued after 1 Jan 1983: The holder is exempt from the visa requirement if there is the entry "British Citizen" on page one (1). The holder is exempt from the visa requirement if there is an entry other than "British citizen" on page one (1), and page five (5) contains the entry "holder has a right of abode in the United Kingdom" or there is an entry in the passport entitling the holder to enter The United Kingdom. The holder must have a visa if there is the entry "Holder is subject to control under the Immigration Act 1971" on page five (5).
- EU-Passports: The holder of an EU Passport is exempt from the visa requirement if the cover of the passport is marked with "European Community" or "European Union" and the page for personal data contains the entry indicating that the holder is a "British citizen". The holder must have a visa, if the cover of the passport does not contain the entry "European Community" or "European Union" and if the holder is not a British citizen according to the page for personal data.
- Emergency Passport
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