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The EU Institutions and Title IV

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This chapter discusses that in practice, Member States used the modified Community method to retain almost unlimited discretion over the development of EU immigration and asylum law, explaining the delay and difficulties in agreeing many measures and the relatively low minimum standards in many measures which have been agreed. It considers about what powers does Title IV confer upon the Community and how do these powers relate to each other. The most pressing question about the scope of EC migration law is the location and extent of EC powers over access to employment by third-country nationals. During the transitional period, it seems that the Title IV drafters were largely successful at achieving their goal of ensuring maximum control of the Community's immigration and asylum policy by the Member States.

Keywords: asylum law; EU immigration; Title IV



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