You can register to vote in the UK if you are:
a British citizen (including English, Scottish, Welsh or from Northern Ireland)
an Irish or European Union citizen living in the UK
a Commonwealth citizen who has permission to enter or stay in the UK, or who does not need permission
a citizen of another country, living in Scotland or Wales, who has leave to enter or remain in the UK or does not require such leave
We may need additional evidence about your nationality or we may check your nationality or immigration status against government records. If you have more than one nationality, please include them all.
If you’re not sure about your nationality, try to find out from an official document like a passport or national ID card.
Please note - British overseas territories citizenship was called ‘British dependent territories citizenship’ before 26 February 2002. If you have British dependent territories citizenship for Hong Kong, please select ‘Hong Kong - British overseas territories’ citizenship from the drop down.
We need to know your nationality so we can work out which elections you’re entitled to vote in. If you can’t provide your nationality, you’ll have to send copies of identity documents through the post. This could delay your name getting on the electoral register.
should mean still have and it was cancelled sometimes like 198x wor
may refer to some who has already live in UK but mever change to BC?