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Are the latest nationality regulations lawful in requiring permanent residence cards for EU citizens?

Are the latest nationality regulations lawful in requiring permanent residence cards for EU citizens?

As was reported on Free Movement last month, the British Nationality (General) (Amendment No. 3) Regulations 2015, have made it harder for persons with an EU law-based right of permanent residence to naturalise as British citizens. That is the consequence ...

Bernard Ryan is Professor of Migration Law at the University of Leicester. He was previously Professor of Law at the University of Kent. He is the co-chair of the Migration and Law Network, which aims to promote the field of migration law in British universities.

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