All Articles: Derived rights

Family members of cross border workers can derive EU right to reside if needed for childcare

The Upper Tribunal has held in the case of LS (Article 45 TFEU – derivative rights) [2018] UKUT 426 (IAC) that the family member of a cross border worker within the EU — one who lives in one EU country but works regularly in another R ...

18th December 2018 By

Only 1,700 people recognised by Home Office as Zambrano carers since 2012

Figures obtained by Free Movement show that fewer than two thousand non-EU carers rely on EU law for their right to live in the UK. The relatively small number of people relying on these “derived rights of residence” raises questions about ...

29th October 2018 By

CJEU judgment on domestic violence victims: NA C-115/15

Last week the Court of Justice of the European Union gave judgment in the case of NA C-115/15 on the vexed issue of retained rights of residence for victims of domestic violence. It is hard to care given the result of the Brexit referendum but it is ...

6th July 2016 By

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