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Living abroad after UK Citizenship

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  • Living abroad after UK Citizenship

    Hi, a really quick question but is there any restrictions on travelling after receiving UK citizenship?
    My UK born husband has just started mentioning how he would like to live abroad for a short time someday in the future. Would there be any issues with this if I receive UK naturalisation? Is there a period that you have to live in the UK after or any restrictions on living abroad?

    Thank you in advance.

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    Originally posted by Tyrd2bhn View Post
    Hi, a really quick question but is there any restrictions on travelling after receiving UK citizenship?
    My UK born husband has just started mentioning how he would like to live abroad for a short time someday in the future. Would there be any issues with this if I receive UK naturalisation? Is there a period that you have to live in the UK after or any restrictions on living abroad?

    Thank you in advance.
    Afternoon,

    No, there are none, since once you are a British citizen, you have the right of above, which is an unconditional right to live in the UK. The only way to lose this right would be to be stripped of British citizenship, and this only happens when people are involved in treason or terrorism.

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