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The Legal Framework On Nationality , Immigration And The Republican Integration In France

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This Chapter describes the nature and impact of the normative articulation between integration and the laws of nationality and immigration in France. After offering some theoretical reflections concerning the French Republican paradigm of integration, a historical overview of the relationship between the legal frameworks on nationality and immigration with the latter is provided. The chapter addresses the ways in which integration is being used and practiced in nationality law by looking at the key provisions contained in the civil code dealing with the condition of assimilation for naturalisation. The links between immigration legislation and integration is then analysed. French political and legal history in the domains of nationality and immigration shows how the Republican paradigms of assimilation and integration have been subject to heated political disputes leading to a multiplicity of reforms and amendments of the laws on nationality and immigration.

Keywords: French republican paradigm; legal framework



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