If you have been previously contacted to collect your BRP and you are in the UK, please arrange your BRP collection ASAP. 
 
How you will receive your BRP card will depend on the criteria below. Please read through the relevant guidance below to understand how you should expect to receive your BRP card.

 

  1. If you have applied for your Student Visa from outside the UK and in your visa application, you have chosen King’s as your BRP card collection point
  2. If you have applied for your Student Visa from outside the UK and in your visa application, you have chosen to collect your BRP card from a post office
  3. If you have applied for your Student Visa from inside the UK
 
 
If you have applied for your Student Visa from outside the UK and in your visa application, you have chosen King’s as your BRP card collection point

Your BRP card be delivered to King's College London by UKVI approximately 2-3 weeks after your entry to the UK. 

Once King's receive your BRP, you will be contacted by email with further guidance on how you can arrange to collect your BRP on campus.

 

Important to Know: King’s immigration sponsor responsibilities require us to perform a number of checks and processes on the BRP’s before we can release them to you. You may have received confirmation of the BRP card delivery to King’s from the courier (TNT), but you must wait to receive a further invitation from King’s which enables you to book a slot to collect your BRP card on campus. 
 

 
If you have applied for your Student Visa from outside the UK and in your visa application, you have chosen to collect your BRP card from a post office
 
 
If you have applied for your Student Visa from outside the UK and in your visa application, you have chosen to collect your BRP card from a post office, then you should go to the named Post Office branch in your visa application form to collect the card. In this case, King’s will not be involved in your BRP handling.
 
 
 
If you have applied for your Student Visa from inside the UK
 
 
If you have applied for your Student Visa from inside the UK, then please be aware that your BRP card will be delivered directly to your correspondence address as provided in your visa application form. King’s College London will not be involved in your BRP card delivery process. 
 
 
 

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Important to Know:
  • This year, UKVI has announced that there are a large number of BRP delays and significant delays in answering enquires from customers on those delays.  It is currently taking UKVI up to 40 days to respond to those enquiries.
  • Where a delay in production means that you cannot take possession of your BRP within the usual timescales (within 10 days of arrival), you will be deemed to comply with that requirement if you take possession of your BRP within 10 days of it becoming available.
  • You will not face any penalties if you are unable to collect your BRP within 10 days of arrival in the UK as a result of a production issue or due to quarantine requirements.
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