Intermediate: EU law: Problem issues in permanent residence applications: 2 CPD

About this course

This course was last updated in March 2017.

A quick look at Brexit so far, issues around work and seeking work (low earnings, part time employment, retaining rights when work ends), comprehensive sickness insurance, retained rights for family members, gaps in qualifying residence, residence prior to 2006 and more.

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Modules within this course

  1. Brexit

    What do we know so far about Brexit and the future of free movement?
  2. Work, seeking work and being out of work

    What is a worker, what does "genuine and effective" mean, part time work, low earnings, gaps in employment and retaining rights when work ends
  3. Self employment, self sufficiency and study

    What counts as self employment, self sufficiency and study in EU law?
  4. Comprehensive sickness insurance

    Who needs it, what is it and how to get it
  5. Residence prior to 2006, gaps in residence and status of the Irish

    Residence prior to 2006, gaps in residence, both outside the UK and within the UK, and the status of the Irish
  6. Retained and derived rights for family members

    Covering death of the EEA national, departure from the UK of the EEA national, termination of the marriage or civil partnership and derived rights of family embers (as an alternative to permanent residence)