I am arefugee in the uk .. I have indefint leave to remain from 2002 .. till now I could not get the citezineship and I would like to visit my family can I go or I am not allowed to visit my country
Province/Country relating to question : iraq
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Hi thank you for your question. Please remember to rate my answer 3 STARS OR ABOVE so that I am credited for my time.I'm afraid I would have to disagree with my colleague, you are able to visit your home country as you have indefinite leave to remain and no not need to apply for nationality before you travel.Kind regards
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Thank but I just have a travel doc and I am a refugee so do you think I can travel to my country without any problem or without take my indefinite leave back and send me back to my country
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