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21/03/2013

Opinion in case C-86/12 - Adzo Domenyo Alopka, Jarel Moudoulou, Eja Moudoulou v Ministre du Travail, de l’Emploi et de l’Immigration

References for a preliminary ruling from Cour administrative (Lussemburgo)


Interpretation of Article 20 TFEU and of Articles 20, 21, 24, 33 and 34 of the Charter of Fundamental Rights – Refusal by a Member State to grant a right of residence to a third-country national who is the direct ascendant of infants who are citizens of the European Union, with the nationality of one of the Member States, and for whom he or she has sole responsibility – No shared family life with another direct ascendant of the children, who is resident in another Member State – Scope of the refusals to allow residence, to grant a residence permit and to grant a work permit – Implications for the genuine enjoyment of the rights attaching to the status of citizen of the Union 

author(s): Court of Justice of the EU / Advocate General Mengozzi
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