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Free Movement of Persons in the European Union

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Denis MartinAdministrator, European Commission

ISBN13: 9780406065643
ISBN: 0406065640
Published: July 1996
Publisher: LexisNexis Butterworths
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print



Following the Immigration (European Economic Area) Order 1994, there has been a substantial change of approach by the Home Office towards applications for residence which involve an element of Community law. This book helps formulate applications and advises on those Community law provisions which take precedence over national law. Includes the text and analysis of all provisions of European Union law relating to free movement of persons, providing the interpretation given to each provision by the European Court of Justice and, where relevant, the legislative history

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Subjects:
EU Law, Immigration, Asylum, Refugee and Nationality Law
Contents:
Foreword.
Part I: The free movement of citizens of the Union and their family members.
Provisions of the Treaties.
The European Coal and Steel Community Treaty.
The European Atomic Energy Community Treaty.
The European Community Treaty.
The Single European Act: Article 7a.
The Treaty on European Union: Article 8a.
The Acts of Accession of Austria, Finland and Sweden.
Derived legislation.
Provisions applicable to all beneficiaries and the EC Treaty Workers.
The self-employed, service providers and recipients.
Persons not engaged in economic activities.
The scheme in respect of the overseas countries and territories.

Part II: Free movement of nations of the European Free Trade Association states and their family members.

Part III: The movement of nationals of countries with which the Community has concluded specific agreements.
Turkey.
The Maghreb and Machrek countries and Israel.
The ACP countries.
Countries of Central and Eastern Europe.
The Baltic states.
The successor states of the former Yugoslavia.
Other European countries.
The successor states of the former Soviet Union.
Texts adopted by the European Institutions of refugees.