Meaning of patriality in English:

patriality

Pronunciation /ˈpeɪtrɪəl/

noun

British

See patrial

‘However, in order to gain entry into the U.K. the wife had to have a certificate of patriality which was granted only once she was able to satisfy the authorities that she was indeed the wife of a patrial.’
  • ‘The Immigration Act 1971 introduced the two concepts of the right of abode and patriality.’
  • ‘Moreover, children born in the UK to non-British citizens do not acquire British citizenship unless they can satisfy the requirements of patriality.’