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The Interplay Between The EU And National Levels Over Integration: Conclusions And Recommendations

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This Chapter offers the general conclusions of the book, which examines the intersection between integration, immigration and nationality in the EU. It has assessed the relationship between integration and the regulatory and policy frameworks on immigration and nationality at two levels of the EU legal system: the European and the national. The usage given to integration by national law has traditionally resided in the context of nationality law. This has been the case both in Spain and France. A major theme of the book has been the intersection of EU and national law and the system of checks provided by the EU legal system, with particular attention paid to the potentials provided by the general principles of EU law.

Keywords: European integration; nationality law



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