English version

right of abode

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishright of aboderight of abodelaw the right to live in a country abode
Examples from the Corpus
right of abodeThis would have allowed the right of abode to all citizens in any part of the country.The 1962 Commonwealth Immigrants Act changed this, and only those born in Britain were henceforth automatically given the right of abode.That is six times the number to be offered the right of abode in the government's package.
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