British High Commission Dar es Salaam – Overview and Services
The British High Commission Dar es Salaam in Tanzania is responsible for maintaining and developing UK-Tanzania ties. More information is available on the Tanzania and UK news pages. The commission provides services to UK nationals residing in Tanzania and those visiting the country and gives these nationals in Tanzania access to British government services.
People planning a trip to Tanzania should check out their coronavirus travel advice (COVID-19). The updated travel advice on coronavirus restrictions can be found on the British High Commission Dar es Salaam. Anyone in Tanzania and in need of assistance that is not entailed in the travel advice may reach out to them online.
Getting Your Emergency Travel Document
Nationals whose passports have been lost, stolen, expired or damaged can apply for emergency travel documents at the British High Commission Dar es Salaam if they are unable to renew or replace the passports in time. Application for emergency travel documents is done online. If an individual aged under 16 years needs an emergency travel document, a guardian or parent must apply for them.
Check on the British High Commission Dar es Salaam site if you can receive a replacement or new passport in time for your trip if it is over three weeks away.
For non-citizens and first-time applicants for British passports
If you are not sure, check to see if you are a British citizen. If you are not a citizen of Britain but believe you may be qualified for an emergency travel document, reach out to the contacts of the British High Commission Dar es Salaam listed at the bottom of this article.
Additional Consular Services
Documentary and Notarial Services
The British High Commission Dar es Salaam provides information about the documentary and notarial services.
Fees are charged for certain services by the British High Commission Dar es Salaam. See the entire list of Tanzanian consular fees.
The United Kingdom is Tanzania’s greatest source of direct foreign investment. Their efforts to develop the economy will open up new investment possibilities for British companies. A better economy will also aid in managing the stability, security risk and migration that come with a disillusioned, large, and youthful population.
More information may be found in Tanzania’s national profile.
Tanzania’s High Commissioner of the United Kingdom – David Concar
Tanzania’s Deputy High Commissioner of the United Kingdom – Rick Shearn
Umoja House at Hamburg Avenue,
Postal address: 9200 Dar es Salaam
- +255 (0) 22 229 0000 for General Enquiries
- +255 (0) 22 229 0000 Consular Enquiries
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Contact this email with any questions that are not related to consular matters.
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