The status does not automatically grant the holder right of abode in the United Kingdom but most British subjects do have this entitlement.
As of the end of 2018, about 34,500 British subjects hold active British passports with this status and enjoy consular protection when travelling abroad; fewer than 900 do not have right of abode in the UK.
Prior to 1708, foreigners could only be naturalised through Acts of Parliament.
Although procedures were created after this point for aliens to become subjects, personalised naturalising legislation continued to be enacted until 1975.
Nationals of this class without right of abode are subject to immigration controls when entering the UK.
British subjects without right of abode in the UK who hold no other nationality are effectively stateless as they are not guaranteed the right to enter the country in which they are nationals.
These included protectorates, protected states, League of Nations mandates, and United Nations trust territories.
Because they were foreign lands, birth in one of these areas did not automatically confer British subject status.
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