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The Implementation Of Four Directives On Legal Migration Of Third-Country Nationals

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This chapter discusses in detail the Community standards established by Directive 2003/86/EC on the right to family reunification, Directive 2003/109/EC concerning the status of long-term residents, Directive 2004/114/EC on the conditions of admission for students, exchange pupils, unremunerated trainees and volunteers and Directive 2005/71/EC on a specific admission procedure for third-country national researchers and their transposition into German, Dutch and Swedish law. This will be followed by an assessment of corresponding national provisions in Denmark and the UK, two Member States who are not bound by Community law. Directive 2009/50/ EC on the conditions of entry and residence of highly qualified third-country nationals, which will have to be implemented by 19 June 2011, and the draft Directive on a single application procedure for a single permit for third-country nationals.

Keywords: Community standards; Denmark; Directive; family reunification; long-term residents; third-country nationals; UK

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