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Languages, formats and link to OJ. The methods of making such reference shall be laid down by the Member States. Use the Advanced search. More favourable conditions should therefore be laid down for the exercise of their right to family reunification.
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The minor children referred to in this Article must be below the age of majority set by the law of the Member State concerned and must not be married. The Member States may, by law or regulation, authorise the entry and residence, pursuant to this Directive and subject to compliance with the conditions laid down in Chapter IV, of the following family members:.
Esse tuttavia possono formare oggetto di legislazione nazionale o di azione ai sensi del titolo VI del trattato sull’Unione europea.
If the refugee is an unaccompanied minor, the Member States: Per il Parlamento europeo Il presidente J. By way of derogation, where the legislation of a Member State relating to family reunification in force on the date of adoption of this Directive takes into account its reception capacity, the Member State may provide for a waiting period of no more than three years between submission of the application for family reunification and the issue of a residence permit to the family members.
Article 20 Member States shall bring into force the laws, regulations and administrative provisions necessary to comply with this Directive by not later than 3 October Member States may authorise the reunification of children of whom custody is shared, provided the other party sharing custody has given his or her agreement. Member States may limit the granting of the residence permit referred to in the first subparagraph to the spouse or unmarried partner in cases of breakdown of the family relationship.
Expand all Collapse all. The Member State concerned shall grant the family members a first residence permit of at least one year’s duration. Having regard to the Treaty establishing the European Community, and in particular Article 63 3 a thereof.
The Member States may, by law or regulation, authorise the entry and residence, pursuant to this Directive and subject to compliance with the conditions laid down in Chapter IV, of the unmarried partner, being a third country national, with whom the sponsor is in a duly attested stable long-term relationship, or of a third country national who is bound to the sponsor by a registered partnership in accordance with Article 5 2and of the unmarried minor children, including adopted children, as well as the adult unmarried children who are objectively unable to provide for their own needs on account of their state of health, of such persons.
Reasons shall be given for the decision rejecting the application. This residence permit shall be renewable.
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This document is an excerpt from the EUR-Lex website. Renewal of the residence permit may not be withheld and removal from the territory may not be ordered by the competent authority of the Member State concerned on the sole ground of illness or disability suffered after the issue of the residence permit.
In particular, the person who wishes to be granted family reunification should not constitute a threat to public policy or public security. Member States may withdraw or refuse to renew a family member’s residence permit on grounds of public policy or public security or public health.
When examining an application, the Member States shall have due regard to the best interests of minor children. OJ L3. La presente direttiva concerne esclusivamente i dati generati o trattati come conseguenza di una comunicazione o di un servizio di comunicazione e non concerne i dati che costituiscono il contenuto dell’informazione comunicata.
Member States may also reject an application for entry and residence for the purpose of family reunification, or withdraw or refuse diretiva renew the family member’s residence permits, where it is shown that: This Directive shall not apply where the sponsor is: The purpose of this Directive is to determine the conditions for the exercise of the right to family reunification by third country nationals residing lawfully in the territory of the Member States.
By way of derogation, Member States may request that the applications concerning family reunification of minor children have to be submitted before the age of 15, as provided for by its existing legislation on the date of the implementation of this Directive.
As soon as the application for family fratrini has been accepted, the Member State concerned shall authorise the entry of the family member or members.
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Would you like to keep them? This Directive shall apply where the sponsor is holding a residence permit issued by a Member State for a period of validity of one year or more who has reasonable prospects of obtaining the right of driettiva residence, if the members of his diretttiva her family are third country nationals of whatever status.
Help Print this page. This Directive respects the fundamental rights and observes the principles recognised in particular in Article 8 of the European Convention for the Protection 202 Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms and in the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union.
In the event of a polygamous marriage, where the sponsor already has a dkrettiva living with him in the territory of a Member State, the Member State concerned shall not authorise the family reunification of a further spouse.
The Member States may authorise family reunification of other family members not referred to in Article 4, if they are dependent on the refugee. Member States may also reject an application for entry and residence for the purpose of family reunification, or withdraw or refuse to renew the family member’s residence permits, where it is shown that:. By way of derogation, a Member State may, in appropriate circumstances, accept an application submitted when the family members are already in its territory.
Not later than after five years of residence, and provided that the family member has fratini been granted a residence permit for reasons other than family reunification, the spouse or unmarried partner and a child who has reached majority shall be entitled, upon application, if required, to an autonomous residence permit, fragtini of that of the sponsor.
La presente direttiva non richiede la conservazione dei dati per quanto riguarda le chiamate non collegate.
Member States may restrict access to employment or self-employed activity by first-degree relatives in the direct ascending line or adult unmarried children to whom Article 4 2 applies.
Skip to main content. In exceptional circumstances linked to the complexity of the examination of the ditettiva, the time limit referred to in the first subparagraph may be extended. This Chapter is without prejudice to any rules granting refugee status to family members. In that regard, the Member State concerned shall grant such persons every facility for obtaining the requisite visas.