I have been living in Spain for about two years now and have decided that it is time to return to the United States. I came to Spain on a student visa, granting me legality for one year but as you can see, I have overstayed my welcome. There haven't been any issues while here as I don't leave the country often and Spain does not check very closely. Now that I am looking into flights back to the U.S I am finding many of my options include a connecting flight into London.
My question is this: Will I be going through immigration upon landing in London and if so, do you think there will be a problem once they see I have overstayed my visa? I would only be in the airport for a few hours and would not be leaving.
Thanks in advance for your words of wisdom!
Visa Requirements for a Connecting Flight in London
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