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This is the introductory chapter of the book, which describes the normative intersection between integration, immigration and nationality in the European Union (EU). It examines the processes through which integration becomes a norm in nationality and immigration law and policy at the national and EU levels, and the implications of these processes for the legal status of third country nationals (TCNs) and the overall coherency of the common EU immigration policy. The book intends to facilitate a genealogy of some of the approaches and functions driving the rationale of the term of integration in the EU. It explains the ways in which the integration of TCNs is framed, understood and used by the laws and policies on nationality and immigration in the EU. The chapter presents an overview of how other chapters of the book are organised.

Keywords: EU immigration policy; third country nationals (TCNs)

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