Immigration Act 1971
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|Long title||An Act to amend and replace the present immigration laws, to make certain related changes in the citizenship law and enable help to be given to those wishing to return abroad, and for purposes connected therewith.|
|Citation||1971 c. 77|
|Royal Assent||28 October 1971|
|Text of statute as originally enacted|
|Revised text of statute as amended|
It introduced the concept of patriality or right of abode.
The Immigration Act 1971 is mentioned, in relation to deportation notices, at sections 11 and 23 of the Terrorism Act 2000.
- British nationality law
- History of British nationality law
- Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner
- Short title as conferred by s. 37 of the Act
- J. M. Evans (1972). "Immigration Act 1971". The Modern Law Review 35 (5): 508. doi:10.1111/j.1468-2230.1972.tb02363.x. JSTOR 1094478.
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