Category Archives: Permanent Residence

The Bad Citizen and EU Law

Arranz (EEA Regulations – Deportation – Test: Spain) [2017] UKUT 294 (IAC) (22 August 2017) Over the years, the CJEU has carved out a special status for those bad EU citizens whose extreme crimes totally transgress the laws of the … Continue reading

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The Home Office Must Prove Abuse Of EU Law Rights

Sadovska & Anor v Secretary of State for the Home Department (Scotland) [2017] UKSC 54 (26 July 2017) During these proceedings, the Supreme Court said it was “delighted” to hear its first appeal in Scotland. Without a doubt, the appellants … Continue reading

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EU Law and Family Unity: The Opinion in Lounes

Lounes v Secretary of State for the Home Department (C‑165/16 EU:C:2017:407) (30 May 2017) An Algerian, Toufik Lounes entered the UK as a visitor on a six-month visa in January 2010. He overstayed illegally. He formed a relationship with Perla … Continue reading

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Reference by Supreme Court to CJEU: Does Enhanced Protection Depend on Permanent Residence?

Secretary of State for the Home Department v Franco Vomero (Italy) [2016] UKSC 49 (27 July 2016) In analysing the future role of the courts in the post-Brexit legal landscape, Christina Lienen predicts a rise in EU law cases because … Continue reading

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EU Spouse ‘Retains’ Higher Ground

Singh and Others (Judgment) [2015] EUECJ C-218/14 (16 July 2015) One would think that yet another case called “Singh” – that too in the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) – would probably be met with open arms … Continue reading

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Pending Case NA (C-115/15): Four Questions For CJEU

European Union (EU) law can be potent stuff; its spectacularly emollient effects are totally life-changing for beneficiaries. Conversely, the abrasive national rules are fraught with treachery and only the fit survive. Impossible things are possible for illegal entrants under the regulations … Continue reading

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Arden LJ on CSIC and Permanent Residence

Ahmad v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2014] EWCA Civ 988 (16 July 2014) Should the spouse of an economically inactive EEA citizen, i.e. a national of one of the member states of the EU or of one … Continue reading

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