Certain people can apply to prove they have the Right of Abode in the UK.
You may have the Right of Abode through your parents if:
1) One of your parents was born in the UK and a citizen of the “United Kingdom and colonies” when you were born or adopted
2) You were a Commonwealth citizen on 31 December 1982, and
3) You have been a Commonwealth citizen at all times since 31 December 1982.
By Rachel Toussaint, Immigration Solicitor,
Rogols Legal Consultancy
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