Freedom of movement and other Union citizens’ rights

Search case law pertaining to freedom of movement and other EU citizen's rights

Introduction

Case law of higher national courts pertaining mostly to the implementation of Directive 2004/38/EC. Particularly the entry and residence requirements that may be imposed on EU nationals and their family moving to another EU country, definition of a family member, and the grounds on which a Member State is entitled to restrict their rights.

Several cases involve the examination of alleged discrimination on the grounds of nationality; some of the case law concerns political rights (voting and participating in the European Parliament elections and in municipal elections in a Member State of residence).

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The documents returned by the search tool are a result of an outsourced commissioned project "Living in another Member State: barriers to EU citizens' full enjoyment of their rights".

The information and views contained in the documents do not necessarily reflect the views or the official position of the European Commission. The documents are made publicly available for transparency and information purposes only and do not constitute legal advice or legal opinion.

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Non-discrimination on grounds of nationality
Freedom of movement and residence 
Voting rights
Diplomatic protection
The right to petition



Last update: 19/09/2018

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