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Acquisition and loss of citizenship in EU Member States: Key trends and issues

09-07-2018

Access to citizenship status is an important prerequisite for enjoying rights and privileges, such as migration and political rights, as well as for developing a sense of identity and belonging. Since the establishment of Union citizenship, all persons who are nationals or citizens of an EU Member State enjoy the status of EU citizenship, which confers on them a number of additional rights and privileges. However, Member States retain full control over who can be recognised as a citizen. Although ...

Access to citizenship status is an important prerequisite for enjoying rights and privileges, such as migration and political rights, as well as for developing a sense of identity and belonging. Since the establishment of Union citizenship, all persons who are nationals or citizens of an EU Member State enjoy the status of EU citizenship, which confers on them a number of additional rights and privileges. However, Member States retain full control over who can be recognised as a citizen. Although the legal rules on the acquisition and loss of citizenship in the EU Member States remain fairly divergent, one can identify a number of key trends and issues. The need to integrate long-term immigrants has pushed EU countries to amend their citizenship laws. This often resulted in making citizenship both more liberal (lowering residence requirements and tolerating dual citizenship) and more restrictive (introducing integration clauses and citizenship tests). The surge in terrorist activities in the EU, which involve citizens, prompted several Member States to revise or reactivate citizenship provisions allowing for citizenship to be revoked. Concerns about immigrants' integration, allegiance and belonging, as well as about the cultural and economic consequences of regional integration and globalisation are at the heart of recent debates about citizenship in Europe. As the Maltese case of investor citizenship shows, the issue of access to citizenship is no longer a matter that concerns Member States alone. The bundling of national and EU citizenship means that Member States have a certain responsibility towards each other when taking decisions over who to accept (or reject) as citizens.

La politique européenne en matière migratoire: asile, frontières et coopération extérieure - Évolutions récentes

18-05-2018

La présente publication fait le point sur les évolutions récentes intervenues au niveau européen dans les domaines de l’asile, des frontières et de la coopération extérieure en matière de migration. Elle examine les initiatives clés présentées par l’Union européenne en vue de répondre aux défis migratoires, qui se concentrent sur trois grands aspects: la réforme du régime d’asile européen commun, le renforcement des frontières extérieures de l’Union européenne et le renforcement de la coopération ...

La présente publication fait le point sur les évolutions récentes intervenues au niveau européen dans les domaines de l’asile, des frontières et de la coopération extérieure en matière de migration. Elle examine les initiatives clés présentées par l’Union européenne en vue de répondre aux défis migratoires, qui se concentrent sur trois grands aspects: la réforme du régime d’asile européen commun, le renforcement des frontières extérieures de l’Union européenne et le renforcement de la coopération extérieure de l’Union en matière de migration.

Interoperability of European information systems for border management and security

15-06-2017

The collection, processing and sharing of data using new technologies are becoming central to the European Union (EU)’s border management and internal security. In the EU, there are a number of information systems, or databases, that support border management and internal security policies by providing border guards, migration and asylum officials, and law enforcement authorities with information on various categories of people, such as people crossing EU’s external borders, staying in the EU or ...

The collection, processing and sharing of data using new technologies are becoming central to the European Union (EU)’s border management and internal security. In the EU, there are a number of information systems, or databases, that support border management and internal security policies by providing border guards, migration and asylum officials, and law enforcement authorities with information on various categories of people, such as people crossing EU’s external borders, staying in the EU or applying for asylum in an EU Member State. In 2016, the European Commission launched a reflection process on how to improve and develop EU information systems for border management and security. One key dimension of this process is to make the various information systems more interoperable, so as to allow the simultaneous consultation and automatic interconnection of data. While the need to ensure appropriate and effective collection and exchange of information is widely recognised, disagreements remain about the ways and extent to which data should be collected and used, the authorities that can access the data, and the implications for the fundamental rights of individuals, such as the right to privacy and the protection of personal data.

Les systèmes d’information européens dans le domaine de la justice et des affaires intérieures: Vue d'ensemble

11-05-2017

L’afflux massif de réfugiés et de migrants en situation irrégulière et l’augmentation des activités terroristes dans l’Union européenne ont récemment mis en évidence les interconnexions entre la gestion des frontières, la migration et la sécurité intérieure. Pour relever ces défis, l’Union européenne a pris des mesures pour réviser et étoffer les systèmes d’information européens afin d’améliorer la collecte, le traitement et le partage des données entre les États membres et les agences compétentes ...

L’afflux massif de réfugiés et de migrants en situation irrégulière et l’augmentation des activités terroristes dans l’Union européenne ont récemment mis en évidence les interconnexions entre la gestion des frontières, la migration et la sécurité intérieure. Pour relever ces défis, l’Union européenne a pris des mesures pour réviser et étoffer les systèmes d’information européens afin d’améliorer la collecte, le traitement et le partage des données entre les États membres et les agences compétentes de l’Union européenne. La présente publication donne un aperçu des systèmes d’information européens existants et proposés dans le domaine de la justice et des affaires intérieures. Elle examine la base juridique, les objectifs, l’étendue des données et de l’accès, l’utilisation des systèmes d’information et les modifications proposées pour chacun d’eux, y compris les questions d’interopérabilité.

European Union Agency for Asylum

10-03-2017

The European Asylum Support Office provides Members States with support in fulfilling their obligations under the Common European Asylum System. Since its establishment in 2010, the support office's role has been progressively expanded in order to reflect changes in the EU's legal framework on asylum and to respond to the growing needs of Member States. In the context of the current migration and refugee crisis, the European Commission has presented a proposal to amend and expand the mandate of European ...

The European Asylum Support Office provides Members States with support in fulfilling their obligations under the Common European Asylum System. Since its establishment in 2010, the support office's role has been progressively expanded in order to reflect changes in the EU's legal framework on asylum and to respond to the growing needs of Member States. In the context of the current migration and refugee crisis, the European Commission has presented a proposal to amend and expand the mandate of European Asylum Support Office with a view to turning it into a fully fledged agency. According to the proposal, the agency will ensure the efficient and uniform application of European Union asylum law in order to achieve greater convergence between Member States' asylum systems. The proposal is part of a first set of legislative proposals put forward by the European Commission in May 2016 in order to reform the Common European Asylum System. Second edition. The 'EU Legislation in Progress' briefings are updated at key stages throughout the legislative procedure. Please note this document has been designed for on-line viewing.

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