The right of EU citizens to move and reside freely in any of the Member States is a fundamental right. This book provides clear, comprehensive and up-to-date guidance on this complex but vital subject. It analyses the provisions within EU law relating to free movement of persons and the interpretation given to those provisions by the Court of Justice of the European Union. The book also covers the EU's Association Agreements with Turkey and other non-Member States. The second edition: incorporates important changes to the free movement regime following the coming into force of EC Directive 2004/38/EC on the free movement of persons; considers how the overarching principles prevail in the new legislative regime; looks at the consequence of these changes on the law relating to immigration, social security and housing; covers the new EU states of Bulgaria and Romania; looks at the important decisions of the CJEU on the EC-Turkey Association Agreement; examines the Immigration (EEA) Regulations 2006 (and subse
Treaty Foundations and Institutions. The European Union Legal Order. Relationship between EU and Human Rights Law. Union Citizenship (written by Prof Steve Peers). Rights of Union Citizens. Workers. Establishment and Services. The Economically Inactive. Family Members. Rights of Entry and Residence. Discrimination and Other Obstacles to Freedom of Movement. Social Security. Exclusion and Expulsion. Association Agreements with Third Countries. Association Agreements in Community Law. Workers under the Stabilisation and Association Agreements. Introduction to the Ankara Agreement. Workers underthe Ankara Agreement. Establishment under the Ankara Agreement. Family Members under the Ankara Agreement. Introduction to UK Law and Practice. Incorporation of Community Law into UK Law. Free Movement of Union Citizens and their Families. Agreements with Third Countries.