CJEU: State appeals do not always “stop the clock” of Dublin transfers

In December 2021, the Migration Law Clinic issued an expert opinion concerning cases in which the Raad van Stad (Dutch Council of State) had referred preliminary questions. The cases focus on three people whose applications for international protection are yet to be examined on the merits, since the Dutch Immigration Authorities (IND) decided that Romania…

Call for applications: deadline extended!

Are you a master student or exchange student and do you want to write expert opinions¬†in real¬†migration law cases? There are still a couple of spots open for participation in the Migration Law Clinic and its new pilot programme, the EU Citizen Rights Corner, so we have extended the deadline for applications to 25 January…

CJEU: Chavez-Vilchez right of residence is not temporary

On 7 September 2022, the Court of Justice ruled that the right of a third-country national parent with their Union citizen-child under Article 20 TfEU (henceforth: the Chavez-Vilchez right of residence) cannot be considered ‘temporary’ in the meaning of Article 3 of the Long Term Residence Directive. The Migration Law Clinic issued an expert opinion…