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Denying benefits to EU pre-settled status holders justified if no fundamental rights breached

Denying benefits to EU pre-settled status holders justified if no fundamental rights breached

The Court of Justice of the European Union has held that refusing Universal Credit to EU citizens with pre-settled status is justified so long as there is no risk of breaching fundamental rights under the EU Charter. The case is ...

Bilaal is an Associate in the commercial dispute resolution department of a leading international law firm.

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