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Informativní a odborné texty - Komparativní studie imigračních zákonů zemí EU

Celý text dostupný ke stažení na: http://www.europarl.europa.eu/document/activities/cont/200802/20080229ATT22589/20080229ATT22589EN.pdf (Staženo dne  3.9.2008)

 

COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE LAWS IN THE 27 EU MEMBER STATES FOR LEGAL IMMIGRATION

Including an assessment of the conditions and formalities imposed by each member state for newcomers

STUDY

 

 

This study was requested by The European Parliament's committee on Civil Liberties,

Justice and Home Affairs.

This study is published in the following languages: EN, FR (in March 2008).

Authors: Christine Adam and Alexandre Devillard International Migration Law

and Legal Affairs Department, IOM

Manuscript completed in February 2008

 

Copies can be obtained through:

M. Jean-Louis Antoine-Grégoire

Tel: +32 2 2842753

Fax: +32 2 2832365

E-mail: jean-louis.antoine@europarl.europa.eu

 

Uvedená obsáhlá publikace, sestavená Mezinárodní organizací pro migraci (IOM) ze zadání Evropského parlamentu obsahuje studie týkající se imigračních politik a srovnání zákonů upravujících legální pobyt cizinců ve všech 27 členských státech EU. Z důvodu rozsáhlosti publikace je zde uveden pouze obsah a odkaz, na němž je možné si text publikace stáhnout.

 

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS .................................................................................................... 1

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS....................................................................................................... 4

ABBREVIATIONS ................................................................................................................. 7

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY....................................................................................................... 9

INTRODUCTION................................................................................................................. 11

EMERGING EU LAW AND POLICY ON MIGRATION......................................................... 15

1. Development of an EU Law and Policy on Migration......................................... 15

2. Ongoing Debate on Legal Migration at the EU Level ......................................... 18

COMPARISON.................................................................................................................... 25

1. General Immigration Policy and Trends.............................................................. 25

2. Comparison ............................................................................................................. 28

2. 1 OVERVIEW OF IMMIGRATION CATEGORIES ......................................................... 28

2.2 VISA POLICY ........................................................................................................ 30

2. 3 RESIDENCE RULES............................................................................................... 35

2.3.1 General Conditions and Procedures, regardless of the Immigration Category

............................................................................................................................... 35

2.3.2 Conditions according to Length of Residence ............................................. 46

2.3.3 Conditions for Specific Immigration Types ................................................ 55

2.3.3.1 Family Reunification ............................................................................ 55

2.3.3.2 Work ..................................................................................................... 67

2.3.3.2.1 Employment....................................................................................................... 68

2.3.3.2.2 Self-Employment ............................................................................................... 84

2.3.3.2.3 Seasonal Employment ....................................................................................... 89

2.3.3.3 Studies and Training ............................................................................. 95

2.3.3.3.1 Studies............................................................................................................... 95

2.3.3.3.2 Training .......................................................................................................... 102

3. Cooperation with Third Countries...................................................................... 105

RECOMMENDATIONS...................................................................................................... 111

Bibliography ................................................................................................................... 117

COUNTRY REPORTS........................................................................................................ 129

Austria........................................................................................................................ 131

Belgium ...................................................................................................................... 145

Bulgaria...................................................................................................................... 157

Cyprus........................................................................................................................ 169

Czech Republic.......................................................................................................... 181

Denmark .................................................................................................................... 193

Estonia........................................................................................................................ 207

Finland ....................................................................................................................... 225

France......................................................................................................................... 237

Germany .................................................................................................................... 251

Greece......................................................................................................................... 263

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Hungary ..................................................................................................................... 277

Ireland........................................................................................................................ 289

Italy............................................................................................................................ 303

Latvia ......................................................................................................................... 315

Lithuania.................................................................................................................... 327

Luxembourg .............................................................................................................. 337

Malta .......................................................................................................................... 345

Netherlands................................................................................................................ 355

Poland......................................................................................................................... 369

Portugal...................................................................................................................... 383

Romania..................................................................................................................... 393

Slovakia...................................................................................................................... 405

Slovenia ...................................................................................................................... 417

Spain.......................................................................................................................... 429

Sweden ....................................................................................................................... 441

United Kingdom........................................................................................................ 453

ANNEXES........................................................................................................................ 467

Table A: Other Categories of Legal Immigration ................................................. 469

Table B: General Conditions for Residence ........................................................... 473

Table C: Permanent Residence................................................................................ 483

Table D: Family Reunification ................................................................................ 495

Table E: Employment............................................................................................... 522

Table F: Self-Employment ....................................................................................... 540

Table G: Seasonal Employment .............................................................................. 551

Table H: Studies........................................................................................................ 557

 


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