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This chapter concerns the right to effective remedies by third-country nationals reported in the Schengen Information System, or SIS. The SIS finds its roots in the Convention on the Implementation of the Schengen Agreement of 1990. The chapter is based on the premise that both the data protection and the immigration law procedures have their own weaknesses affecting the legal protection of the person involved. The central question of this book is whether third-country nationals reported in the SIS have access to effective remedies with regard to the storage and use of this information. The chapter examines the use of the SIS and the implementation of CISA and relevant rules at the national level.

Keywords: data protection; immigration law; Schengen Information System (SIS)



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