HC Deb 27 May 1946 vol 423 cc147-8W
Mr. Linstead

asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department when Mr. H. C. Cunis, of Roehampton, may expect a reply or acknowledgment to his letter of 24th February and reminder of 9th March, concerning the admission to this country of a Swiss subject.

Mr. Ede

A reply was sent on 16th instant. I regret that owing to the vast number of similar applications it is impracticable to acknowledge them and some delay in replying is inevitable. The proper course for a foreigner who wishes to travel to the United Kingdom is to apply for a visa to the British Passport Control Office in the country where he or she is at present.