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European Immigration Law And Integration

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This Chapter looks at the relationship between integration and EU immigration law. It explains the various ways in which the integration of third country nationals (TCNs) has been understood, framed and regulated by EU law. The Chapter examines the Council Directives on the right to family reunification 2003/86 and on the status of TCNs who are long-term residents 2003/109. It describes the scope and nature of the Directives on the right to family reunification and long-term resident status, and their explicit relationship to integration. The Commission's plans for 2007 as regards the area of regular immigration were fine-tuned by its Legislative and Work Programme for 2007, which was adopted in November 2006.

Keywords: EU immigration law; right to family reunification



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