Expat News Tagged 'court'

European Court Rules In Major UK Immigration Case

European Court Rules In Major UK Immigration Case

By Hans Esser, for ExpatBriefing.com, 28 November, 2017

Europe's top court has delivered a landmark ruling that will benefit married couples where one is an EU citizen who newly takes up citizenship in an EU country and their non-EU spouse seeks to join them. Read full story »

Tags: expatriates | court | law | Algeria | United Kingdom | legislation | Expats | Immigration | Visas and Passports | Working Abroad | Europe | Work | Working Abroad | Immigration | Working Abroad

 

UK Overseas Territories Fear Loss Of EU Free Movement Rights

UK Overseas Territories Fear Loss Of EU Free Movement Rights

By Hans Esser, for ExpatBriefing.com, 19 May, 2017

A recent technical roundtable held in London discussed how the Overseas Territories may be impacted by and can respond to the potential loss of EU Free Movement rights for their citizens post-Brexit. Read full story »

Tags: expatriates | court | business | Gibraltar | Montserrat | financial services | Bermuda | Cayman Islands | Falkland Islands | Turks and Caicos Islands | United Kingdom | Virgin Islands | education | Anguilla | trade | British Virgin Islands | services | Expats | Europe

 

EU States Allowed To Block Expats' Welfare Payments For Three Months

EU States Allowed To Block Expats' Welfare Payments For Three Months

By Hans Esser, for Expatbriefing.com, 03 March, 2016

In a ruling on February 25, Europe's top court confirmed that a European Union country can exclude nationals of another member state from certain social benefits for the first three months of residence after they relocate to that country. Read full story »

Tags: court | Citizenship | law | legislation | Germany | Expats | Europe

 

Expat Voting Appeal Before Top Ontario Court

Expat Voting Appeal Before Top Ontario Court

By Dex Tennyson, for ExpatBriefing.com, 08 January, 2015

The Court of Appeal for Ontario is currently considering whether non-resident Canadian citizens who have been out of the country for more than five years should be allowed to vote in federal elections. Read full story »

Tags: court | tax | law | Canada | Expats | Welfare | Lifestyle | Lifestyle

 

European Court Rules Against UK Visa Requirement

European Court Rules Against UK Visa Requirement

By Fiona Moore, for ExpatBriefing.com, 22 December, 2014

The European Court of Justice has given a preliminary ruling that certain residence cards issued to non-European Union family members of EU citizens should enable these non-EU persons to enter the UK without a visa. Read full story »

Tags: court | Colombia | United Kingdom | Spain | European Union (EU) | Expats | Visas and Passports | Europe

 

European Court Rules In State Benefit Dispute

European Court Rules In State Benefit Dispute

By Fernand Gagnier, for ExpatBriefing.com, 14 November, 2014

The European Court of Justice has confirmed that EU migrants may be prevented from claiming certain benefits in another member state if they cannot satisfy certain conditions, such as, in the case of the proceedings, the ability to sustain themselves in such a member state whilst being long-term unemployed and not seeking work. Read full story »

Tags: court | Romania | legislation | Germany | European Union (EU) | Expats | Immigration | Welfare | Europe | Immigration

 

Germany Urges Restraint From UK On Immigration Response

Germany Urges Restraint From UK On Immigration Response

By Edouard Berthier, for ExpatBriefing.com, 05 November, 2014

The German Government's spokesperson, Steffen Seibert, has told a recent press briefing that Germany shares the UK's interest in tackling immigration issues in Europe but remains committed to upholding the principle of freedom of movement. Read full story »

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Expat Wives Warned On Rights In UAE

Expat Wives Warned On Rights In UAE

By Cassarah Harvey, for ExpatBriefing.com, 08 August, 2014

A new report from Human Rights Watch has highlighted that child custody disputes among Western couples living in the United Arab Emirates are likely to be resolved in favor of the father, and that complaints of domestic violence are often not taken seriously. Read full story »

Tags: expatriates | court | United Arab Emirates | law | Dubai | Expats | Welfare

 

Europe's Top Court Rules Against German Immigration Test

Europe's Top Court Rules Against German Immigration Test

By Hans Esser, for ExpatBriefing.com, 15 July, 2014

The European Court of Justice has ruled in favor of a German resident of Turkish descent who challenged the German Government's decision to disallow his spouse from joining him in Germany because she had failed Germany's language proficiency immigration test. Read full story »

Tags: court | Germany | European Union (EU) | Expats | Visas and Passports | Welfare | Europe

 

Canada Seeks To Block Expanded Expat Voting Rights

Canada Seeks To Block Expanded Expat Voting Rights

By ExpatBriefing.com Editorial, 05 June, 2014

Canada's Minister for Democratic Reform, Pierre Poilievre, has said that the Government intends to appeal a recent court judgment stating that expats who have been out of the country for more than five years should be allowed to vote. Read full story »

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