If you have UK Right of Abode, you may need a Certificate of Entitlement to prove your status.
If you don’t have a UK passport or identity card, you will need to complete a certificate of entitlement to prove you have a Right of Abode in the UK. A person who has a Right of Abode is exempted from immigration control.
Legal advice can help ensure your case is effectively represented to the UK authorities and to avoid any delays with your application.
The Right of Abode allows you to live and work in the UK without any immigration restrictions, without any requirement for a visa or permission to come to the UK and without any limit on the time you can spend in the country.
All British citizens automatically have right of abode in the UK. Some Commonwealth citizens may also have Right of Abode.
You can use the following documents as evidence:
At DavidsonMorris we have the insight to make the process as smooth as possible. As a team of specialists and former Home Office employees, we have an established reputation for effective and efficient management and processing of visa applications, and for providing expert visa-related advice.