UK Right of abode

All British citizens have the right of abode in the UK along with some Commonwealth citizens. If you are not a British citizen, you
may still have the right of abode if, on 31 December 1982, you were:

  • a Commonwealth citizen with a parent who, at the time of your birth or legal adoption, was a citizen of the United Kingdom and Colonies because they were born in the UK; or
  • a female Commonwealth citizen who was, or had been, married to a man who had the right of abode. You must have been married to him before 1 January 1983.

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