Thursday, May 23, 2013
Friday, May 17, 2013
- It precludes national legislation which limits the scope of that provision to other members who resided in the same state as the Union national before the Union national came to the host Member State
- The notion of ‘dependent’ does not imply that dependency existed shortly before the Union national came to the Host Member state and..
- It does not preclude national legislation which makes entry and residence for a national of a non-members country subject to conditions as to the nature or duration of dependency, provided that those conditions pursue a legitimate objective, are appropriate for securing the attainment of that objective and do not go beyond what is necessary to attain it.
Thursday, April 4, 2013
Friday, March 22, 2013
Tuesday, February 26, 2013
Developments in Family Reunification for Refugees - Abdulaziz Ali Mohamed v Minister for Justice and Equality
Failure of the Minster for Justice to establish ‘an objective yardstick’ in relation to establishing economic dependency of family members, led to the quashing of a refusal of Family Reunification in the recent decision in the case of Abdulaziz Ali Mohamed v Minister for Equality and Justice, delivered on the 14th February 2013.