Visiting the UK as British Overseas Territory Citizen
*NOTE: The information below applies to individuals who only possess a British Overseas Territory Citizen (BOTC) passport and do not have a valid British Citizen Passport.
Visit the UK for less than six months: No visa required 
- A valid BOTC passport
If traveling with a minor and you are not a parent or guardian: 
- A signed letter from the minor’s parent(s) or legal guardian(s) confirming details of anyone accompanying them, and details of care and accommodation arranged in the UK
- A copy of the minor’s parent(s) or legal guardian’s biographical page of their passport, which includes their signature and passport number. If the parent(s) or legal guardian(s) do not have a passport then another official document which bears their signature should be supplied
Visit the UK for longer than a month less than six months: No visa required 
Additional documents may be requested of you before being allowed to enter. Along with the documents listed above, we recommend to also possess the following: 
- Bank Statements
- Proof of earnings such as a letter from employer confirming employment details (start date of employment, salary, role, company contact details)
- Or proof of a third party (either in the UK or who will be legally in the UK at the time of your visit) providing financial support to you e.g. a business, a friend or a relative documenting they have sufficient resources to support you in addition to themselves.
Study in the UK Less than six months: No visa required 
- A valid BOTC passport
Study in the UK longer than six months: You’ll need a visa to study 
The visa you apply for depends on your circumstances.
- Apply for a study visa (tier 4 general visa) – gov.uk/tier-4-general-visa if you’re coming to the UK to study a university or college course for more than 6 months, or more than 11 months if it’s an English language course.
- You can apply for a Short-term Study visa – gov.uk/study-visit-visa if you’re 18 or over and studying an English language course for 11 months or less.
- You can also apply for a child study visa if you are under 18 – gov.uk/child-study-visa if you’re under 18.
Get married or enter into civil partnership: You will need a visa 
You’ll need a visa to come to the UK
Apply for a Marriage Visitor visa – www.gov.uk/marriage-visa if you and your partner want to get married or enter into a civil partnership in the UK.
Apply for a family of a settled person visa – www.gov.uk/join-family-in-uk if your partner is British or settled in the UK and you wish to join them to live in the UK permanently.