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Discretion, Competence and Migration in the European Union

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This article considers the underlying structure of Community law on migration. It examines the fundamental elements of the Community legal order as they apply to immigration and how those elements have been used to regulate the position of third country nationals. It then looks at the inter-governmental approach to immigration and asylum policy which the Member States have pursued and poses some questions about how these two strands of law and policy meet within the new competences of the Community in respect of immigration and asylum.

Affiliations: 1: University of Nijmegen and Partner, Kingsley Napley solicitors, London

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2016-12-08

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