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Table Of Contents

Foreword
How to use this handbook
The European Union
The Charter of Fundamental Rights of the EU
European Union accession to the European Convention on Human Rights
Key points
Access to the territory and to procedures
1.1. The Schengen visa regime
1.2. Preventing unauthorised entry
1.3. Entry bans and Schengen alerts
1.4. Border checks
1.5. Transit zones
1.6. Asylum seekers
1.7. Push backs at sea
1.8. Remedies
Status and associated documentation
2.1. Asylum seekers
2.5. Migrants in an irregular situation
2.6. Long-term residents
2.7. Turkish citizens
2.9. Stateless persons and the loss of citizenship or documentation
Asylum determination and barriers to removal: substantive issues
3.1.1. The nature of the risk under EU law
3.1.2. The nature of the risk under the ECHR
3.1.3. Assessment of risk
3.1.4. Suffciency of protection
3.1.5. Internal relocation
3.1.6. Safety elsewhere
3.1.7. Exclusion from international protection
3.1.8. Cessation of international protection
3.2. Collective expulsion
3.3. Barriers to expulsion based on other human rights grounds
3.4.1. Long-term residents
3.4.2. Third-country national family members of EEA and Swiss nationals
3.4.3. Turkish nationals
4.1. Asylum procedures
4.1.1. Interview, examination procedure and initial decision making
4.1.2. Right to an effective remedy
4.1.3. Appeals with automatic suspensive effect
4.1.4. Accelerated asylum procedures
4.2. Dublin procedures
4.3. Procedures relating to reception conditions of asylum seekers
4.4. Return procedures
4.5. Legal assistance in asylum and return procedures
4.5.1. Legal assistance in asylum procedures
4.5.2. Legal assistance in return decisions
4.5.3. Legal assistance to challenge asylum support decisions
Private and family life and the right to marry
5.1. The right to marry and to found a family
5.2. Family regularisation
5.3. Family reunifcation
5.4. Maintaining the family – protection from expulsion
5.4.1. Relationship breakdown
5.4.2. Criminal convictions
Detention and restrictions to freedom of movement
6.1. Deprivation of liberty or restriction on the freedom of movement?
6.2. Alternatives to detention
6.3. Exhaustive list of exceptions to the right to liberty
6.3.1. Detention to prevent an unauthorised entry into the country
6.3.2. Detention pending deportation or extradition
6.6.3. Realistic prospect of removal
6.6.4. Maximum length of detention
6.7. Detention of individuals with specifc needs
6.8. Procedural safeguards
6.8.1. Right to be given reasons
6.8.2. Right to review of detention
6.9. Detention conditions or regimes
6.10. Compensation for unlawful detention
Forced returns and manner of removal
7.1. Carrying out removal: safe, dignifed and humane
7.2. Confdentiality
7.3. Serious harm caused by restraint measures
7.4. Investigations
Economic and social rights
8.1. Main sources of law
8.2. Economic rights
8.2.1. Family members of EEA and Swiss nationals
8.2.2. Posted workers
8.2.3. Blue Card holders, researchers and students
8.2.4. Turkish citizens
8.2.7. Asylum seekers and refugees
8.2.8. Migrants in an irregular situation
8.3. Education
8.4. Housing
8.5. Healthcare
8.6. Social security and social assistance
9.1. Unaccompanied minors
9.1.1. Reception and treatment
9.1.2. Age assessment
9.2. Victims of human traffcking
9.3. Persons with disabilities
9.4. Victims of torture and other serious forms of violence
Further reading
Online sources
List of cases
How to fnd case law of the European courts
Annex 1: Applicability of EU regulations and directives cited
Annex 2: Applicability of selected Council of Europe instruments
Annex 3: Acceptance of ESC provisions
Annex 4: Acceptance of selected UN Conventions
Annex 5: Country codes
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Handbook Law Asylum Migration Borders EU

Handbook Law Asylum Migration Borders EU

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