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Functions of EU Immigrant Status

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Chapter Summary

This chapter focuses primarily on free movement rights within the EU and access to rights traditionally limited to either national citizens or EU citizens. Following the same methodology as in previous sections on functions of citizenship, the chapter discusses equality of access to employment and proceeds with other spheres of equality listed in directives on third country nationals. References to case-law on citizens of countries with which the EU has association agreement are used as examples. Those third-country nationals who would take courage to move might, hypothetically, face withdrawal of the status and expulsion. The chapter also dicusses directives that include provisions applicable to withdrawal and loss of status during the residence period as well as mutual obligations of Member States for re-admission of third-country nationals who have migrated within the EU.

Keywords:directives; equality; EU immigrant status; expulsion; free movement; free movement rights; third-country nationals; withdrawal of the status



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