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As you may know from some of my previous posts, I hold an Australian passport. I am a UK resident as a result of having an ancestry working visa.
I enter the UK every 2-3 weeks when returning from trips away.
In the 2 years I’ve been living in London I would estimate I have entered the UK at least 40 times.
Because of my Australian passport, I had to complete a landing card each time and line up at the non-EU passports immigration line, which usually moves at a snail’s pace, because there are people arriving from every corner of the globe. Many of them seemed to get absolutely grilled with a long series of questions by immigration officers.
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