London bound? UK officials to charge US citizens to enter country. | USA TODAY

The United Kingdom will soon implement a "permission to travel" requirement which will require U.S. citizens without a visa to pay a fee to visit.
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U.S. citizens will soon have to apply for permission before their United Kingdom trips and pay a small fee to enter as part of the country's upcoming Electronic Travel Authorization scheme.

The ETA scheme is meant to secure the U.K.'s borders by giving them more accurate data on who is passing through, according to a U.K. official for the British Consulate General. The move is part of the U.K.'s plan to fully digitize its borders by 2025.

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    1. @Absolute Unit did not know we charged u guys i was under the assumption u guys got in for free did they change it?

    2. @Dr.Blast__27 We have to sign up for an ESTA for travel to the US, same system being implemented in the UK that you want to pull funding for

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    1. If you’re asking why Americans need to apply for ETA to travel to the UK, Europe, etc., the US has been doing this to all visa free countries including British Citizens and alike. Nothing to do with wether a country is considered dangerous or not. The UK ETA will apply to all EU citizens and citizens from visa-free countries visiting the UK, most of which I’d say are not dangerous countries with dangerous people.

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