The landmark Court of Justice of the European Union case of Zambrano fundamentally changed the basis of ‘derived’ EU residence rights. The initial judgment was short on reasons, though, and this course looks at subsequent EU and domestic case law and explores UK implementation and practice.
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You can explore the course contents below.
|Module 1||The Zambrano case itself|
|Unit 1||Facts of Zambrano|
|Unit 2||Legal basis of Zambrano|
|Unit 3||Judgment in Zambrano|
|Module 2||Post-Zambrano case law|
|Unit 1||Who can rely on Zambrano?|
|Unit 2||The compulsion test|
|Unit 3||Criminal offending|
|Unit 5||Summary - where are we at?|
|Module 3||Zambrano practicalities|
|Unit 1||Home Office approach to Zambrano cases|
|Unit 2||Making an application|
|Unit 3||Zambrano and the EU Settlement Scheme|
|Unit 4||Final Quiz: Zambrano|
|Unit 5||Feedback form|