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Vol 22 No 4 April/May 2017

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Immigration and Citizenship Law

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ISBN13: 9780414034839
To be Published: October 2018
Publisher: Round Hall Press
Country of Publication: Ireland
Format: Hardback
Price: £116.00

This title is the first comprehensive statement of Irish Immigration, free movement, and citizenship law. It provides the practitioner with a comprehensive overview of all aspect of these areas of Irish law, succinct analyses of the key legal issues, and a guide to the relevant practice and procedure.

Key Features

  • Up to date and includes summaries and analysis of all important cases and legislation
  • Is a clear guide to Irish immigration-related applications and legal scenarios
  • Clarifies migrant rights and legal obligations
  • Includes extensive analysis of the complex case law on residency and deportation
  • Gives special consideration to cases relating to Irish citizen children with non-Irish national parents
  • Provides guidance on the case law on habeas corpus in immigration-related detention cases
  • Analyses the key jurisprudence of the Court of Justice and Irish Superior Courts on EU free movement law li>Gives special consideration to the emerging jurisprudence from the Court of Justice and Irish Superior Courts on EU citizenship after the Zambrano case
  • Is a clear guide to Irish citizenship, and applying for naturalisation as an Irish citizen
  • Examines the special rules, and practice and procedure, for judicial review of immigration-related decisions

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Irish Law
Irish Citizenship
Entry and Residence in the State on the basis of EU Free Movement Rights
Entry to the State
Residence in the State and Family Reunification
Removal and Deportation from the State
Civil Enforcement of Immigration Law
Immigration-Related Offences and Criminal Enforcement of Immigration Law