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Effective Remedies under EC Immigration Law

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This Chapter describes to what extent the right to effective remedies is embedded in EC immigration law. Does this right apply indiscriminately to third-country nationals residing legally on the territory of one of the EU Member Sates or seeking access to the EU, or is there differentiation between different categories of persons? To answer these questions, the chapter describes the relevant provisions of the different immigration law instruments adopted on the basis of Title IV TEC and compares these provisions with the rules which apply to more privileged categories of persons, including EU citizens and their family members and Turkish migrant workers.

Keywords: Asylum Law; EC Immigration Law; Eurodac; Schengen Information System (SIS); TEC; Visa Information System (VIS)



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