patriality


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patriality

(ˌpeɪtrɪˈælɪtɪ)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) (in Britain formerly) the right to patrial status
Translations
حَقُّ المُواطَنَة البَريطانِيَّه
britská příslušnost
havende indfødsret
òegnréttindi
britská štátna príslušnosť
dolaylı İngiliz vatandaşlığı

patrial

(ˈpeitriəl) noun
a citizen of the United Kingdom, a British colony or the British Commonwealth, who for certain reasons (eg because one of his parents was born in the United Kingdom) has the right to enter and stay in the United Kingdom.
ˌpatriˈality (-ˈӕ-) noun
References in periodicals archive ?
I then set about satisfying the UK immigration requirements; I did not meet either of the requirements of being under the age of 28 or having a right of entry with patriality.
Agency nurses are British or Commonwealth citizens under the age of 28 or who are working in the UK with a right of entry through patriality.
The passport, as an instrument of governmentality, instantiates some of the mechanisms that subject individuals through their identification - in terms of nationality, gender, race, class, and the plethora of ever more specifying subcategories such as alienage, patriality, residency, asylum, visitorship.