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Dear Sir/Madam My 17-year old son was born in, and has lived

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Dear Sir/Madam

My 17-year old son was born in, and has lived in Australia all of his life.Both of his parents are British citizens, so is he - he possess both British and Australian passports.He is travelling to the UK early 2012 to work as a 'gap year' student at a school in Lincoln.
My question is whether UK immigration will allow him in with a one-way ticket,or will they require evidence of a return ticket.His intention is to reside permanently in the UK.

Thankyou for your advice.
Submitted: 5 years ago.
Category: UK Law
Expert:  Thomas replied 5 years ago.

Hi,

 

Thanks for your question.

 

If he has a valid UK passport then he has the same rights of entry and access to the UK as any other UK citizen. He will not need to show evidence of a return flights because his passport affords him the right to remain in the UK permanently.

 

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