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VIII.7. Council Directive 2003/109/Ec of 25 November 2003 Concerning the Status of Third-country Nationals Who Are Long-term Residents Oj 2004 L16/44

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This chapter deals with the Council Directive 2003/109/ec of 25 November 2003 concerning the status of Third-Country Nationals who are long-term Residents OJ 2004 L16/44. With a view to the progressive establishment of an area of freedom, security and justice, the Treaty establishing the European Community provides both for the adoption of measures aimed at ensuring the free movement of persons, in conjunction with flanking measures relating to external border controls, asylum and immigration, and for the adoption of measures relating to asylum, immigration and safeguarding the rights of third-country nationals. Member States shall issue a long-term resident's EC residence permit to long-term residents. The permit shall be valid at least for five years; it shall, upon application if required, be automatically renewable on expiry.

Keywords: European Community; long-term residents; Member State; residence permit; third-country nationals



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