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Registering licence with IMTT

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Registering licence with IMTT

Post Posted: Tue Jun 02, 2015 2:56 pm

Can't change licence at this moment as I'm court bound due a driving offence but was thinking I should at least register UK licence with IMTT.

I know it's document 13

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But what do I write on it, what am I asking for in the "pedido"? Anyone done/remember this or have a copy of theirs?

 

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Re: Registering licence with IMTT

Post Posted: Tue Jun 16, 2015 6:07 pm

when we did ours (last month) we didn't fill anything in under Pedido - just filled in the obvious bits at the top. got a very nice woman who "told us off" for not speaking Portuguese but spoke really good english and was very accommodating when we told her we had only been in PT for 3 months.

hope that helps


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Re: Registering licence with IMTT

Post Posted: Wed Jun 17, 2015 5:18 pm

- loonytoon

when we did ours (last month) we didn't fill anything in under Pedido - just filled in the obvious bits at the top. got a very nice woman who "told us off" for not speaking Portuguese but spoke really good english and was very accommodating when we told her we had only been in PT for 3 months.

hope that helps



Thanks for reply, will fill in the obvious bits and go along and see what they say!

 

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