Immigration Act 1971

The Immigration Act of 1971 was an Act of Parliament of the United Kingdom concerning immigration which came into law in 1971.

The act, as with the Commonwealth Immigrants Act 1962, and that of 1968, restricted immigration, especially primary immigration into the UK.

It introduced the concept of "patriality of right of abode".

ee also

* Immigration Act
* British nationality law
* History of British nationality law
* Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner

External links

* [ Immigration Act 1971]

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