What Is Liberty Abode and Right to Travel?

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The right of abode applies to people who have the right to travel to and from a given country and are allowed to live and work in that country without restriction. For most, this means they must be a citizen of that country. The right to travel is afforded between some countries. For example, a French citizen has the right to travel to Switzerland without having to stop at the border.
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Liberty to abode includes the right to choose one's residence to leave it whenever one pleases, within the limits prescribed by law, to travel where one wills, and to return to his
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Not so severe.
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No...you don't just get a new stamp at the border as the RofA doc is not a stamp, it is a vignette and they don't dish them out at the border. Fact. Read this: http://www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk
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