Introduction to EU free movement law and applications: 4 CPD

Introduction to EU free movement law and applications: 4 CPD

This course examines the principles, sources and basic rights of EU free movement law as understood in the United Kingdom, in particular focussing on the rights of EU citizens and their non EU family members. It also looks at the practicalities of making applications.

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You can check out the course contents below:

Module 1 Concepts in EU free movement law
Unit 1 Brexit: what happens now?
Unit 2 The fundamental freedoms
Unit 3 Rights not privileges
Unit 4 What are the EU, EC, EEC and EEA?
Unit 5 Where does EU law come from?
Unit 6 Advantages of free movement law
Module 2 Rights of EU citizens
Unit 1 Exercise of treaty rights, admission and initial residence
Unit 2 Work, seeking work and being out of work
Unit 3 Self employment
Unit 4 Self sufficiency
Unit 5 Study
Unit 6 Comprehensive sickness insurance
Unit 7 Permanent residence
Unit 8 Can a British citizen use EU law in the UK?
Module 3 Rights of family members
Unit 1 Family members
Unit 2 Extended family members
Unit 3 When are EU residence document applications mandatory?
Unit 4 Retained rights of residence for family members
Module 4 Making an application
Unit 1 Is an application necessary at all?
Unit 2 Forms and formalities
Unit 3 Evidence and documents
Unit 4 Further reading, quiz and conclusion
Unit 5 EU law and applications cause feedback form
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