Latest update on the Registered Traveller service
The Registered Traveller service is a scheme launched by the UK Government to improve the way in which businesses across the world can do business with the United Kingdom. The Government has now expanded this service to include 15 new countries:
- Holy See (Vatican City)
- St Vincent and the Grenadines
- Trinidad and Tobago
- Papa New Guinea
They join countries includes United States, Australia and Canada who are already benefiting from the service.
The main benefit of joining the Registered Traveller service is to gain faster entry at the UK border through the access of ePassport gates (if the traveller has an ePassport) or at the UK / EU channel. To qualify for this service passengers must have a valid passport and have visited the United Kingdom at least four times in the past two years.