It’s a little complicated (for example, are they family members of an EU citizen for the purpose of EU Law?) but, in simple terms, Third Country Nationals (or non-EU Citizens) do not have EU free movement rights to live, reside, travel or visit the 27 EU Countries. To the largest extent – all non-EU migration is controlled by the EU Member State – not the EU.
We asked the brilliant Bethany Shiner to help us explain the complicated question of judicial review!
The wonderful Dr Alice Donald helped us out with this great explanation!
The great team at the European Human Rights Advocacy Centre helped us out with explaining this important human rights instrument!