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21 Immigration and Nationality

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1. Introduction

2. Do I need permission to come to the UK?

3. How is entry to the UK controlled?

4. What sort of permission do I need to come to the UK?

5. What if I want to work in the UK?

6. What restrictions are there after I´ve arrived in the UK?

7. What if I want to settle in the UK?

8. What if my application is refused?

An immigration officer can refuse your application to enter or to stay longer if they think:

  • you don’t meet one of the rules for the particular category of entry;
  • you don’t meet one of the general reasons (for example, you have a criminal record); or
  • you are thought to be a threat to national security.

If you are refused, you can, in most cases, appeal against the decision (see ´Can I appeal if my application is refused?´ below).

9. What if I stay longer than I am allowed to?

10. Who has a right to British nationality?

11. How can I become a British citizen?

12. Where can I get help with my immigration application?

13. Terms used in immigration and nationality matters

14. Further help

15. About this leaflet




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This leaflet is published by the Gurkha Free Legal Advice (LSC). It was written in association with the Immigration Law Practitioners Association and Mick Chatwin, a barrister and solicitor specialising in immigration law.

Leaflet Version: June 2006




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