Grant BNO British National Overseas the right of abode in the United Kingdom.
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BNO British National Overseas passport was first issued in 1987 after the Hong Kong Act 1985, from which this new class of British nationality was created. Holders of BN(O) passports were permanent residents of Hong Kong, until July 1, 1997 when Hong Kong was handed over to Chinese sovereignty from British rule (especially true for non-Chinese ethnic minorities; even though born in Hong Kong). British National (Overseas) are British nationals but not British citizens, and hence do not have the right of abode in the UK. This passport doesn't give the right of abode anywhere in the world. BNO is a british nationality, considering this fact these passport holders should be given the right of abode in UK. There are some people in HongKong who have no other passport or nationality than this one. They are not treated as Hongkong citizens. In this case it is very unfair for the BNO holders and the UK needs to take an action and grant them with right of abode.
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