During years and , the Commission and the Italian authorities Agosto “Direttive per gli interventi nel settore aerospaziale”. 6. New Rules, New Opportunities, New Trends Giovanni Frattini. seventies when by the passing of “direttive contabili” (1) whose objective was to create a A decisive step towards the standardization was made in , when the European . logo-small. F.Q.R. Frattini S.r.l. – Briga Novarese (NO) Italy. Tel: +39 Fax: +39 © FQR Frattini Direttiva /58/EC.
|Published (Last):||1 May 2017|
|PDF File Size:||1.82 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||12.29 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
Member States may reject an application for entry and residence for the purpose of family reunification, or, if appropriate, withdraw or refuse to renew a family member’s residence permit, in the following circumstances:. By way of derogation from paragraph 1 cMember States may limit the family reunification of minor children of a further spouse and the sponsor.
Per il Parlamento europeo Il presidente J. The Member States may 20002 or refuse to renew the residence permit of a family member where the sponsor’s residence comes to an end and the family member does not yet enjoy an autonomous right of residence under Article When taking the relevant decision, the Member State shall crattini, besides Article 17, the severity or type of offence against public policy or public security committed by the family member, or the dangers that are emanating from such person.
In particular, the person who wishes to be granted family frattink should not constitute a threat to public policy or public security.
Specific checks may also be undertaken on the occasion of the renewal of family members’ residence permit. The procedure and the competence according to which the right referred to in the first subparagraph is exercised shall be established by the Member States concerned.
The application shall be direttivq by documentary evidence of the family relationship and of compliance with the conditions laid down in Articles 4 and 6 and, where applicable, Articles 7 and 8, as well as certified copies of family member s ‘ travel documents.
This Directive shall apply where the sponsor fragtini holding a residence permit issued by a Member State for a period of validity of one year or more who has reasonable prospects of obtaining the right of permanent residence, if the members of his or her family are direhtiva country nationals of whatever status.
Non si applica al contenuto delle comunicazioni elettroniche, ivi incluse le informazioni consultate utilizzando una rete feattini comunicazioni elettroniche. Where a Member State authorises family reunification of these persons, this is without prejudice of the possibility, for Member States which do not recognise the existence of family ties in the cases covered by this provision, of not granting to the said persons the treatment of family members with regard to the right to reside in another Member State, as defined by the relevant EC legislation.
Member States may withdraw or refuse to renew a family member’s residence permit on grounds of public policy or public security or public health.
Data Retention & Crittografia by Gianluca Rossi on Prezi
Member States may require third country nationals to comply with integration measures, in accordance with national law. The conditions relating to the granting and duration of the autonomous residence permit are established by national law. When renewing the residence permit, where the sponsor has not sufficient resources without recourse to the social assistance system of the Member State, as referred to in Article 7 1 cthe Member State shall take into account the contributions of the family members to the household income.
When the application for family reunification is submitted, the Member State concerned may require the person who has submitted the application to provide evidence that the sponsor has: Member States shall evaluate these resources by reference to their nature and regularity and may take into account the level of minimum national wages and pensions as well as the number of family members.
Would you like to keep them? The Member States may issue an autonomous residence permit to adult children and to relatives in the direct ascending line to whom Article 4 2 applies. Done at Brussels, 22 September It helps to create sociocultural stability facilitating the integration of third country nationals in the Member State, which also serves to promote economic and social cohesion, a fundamental Community objective stated in the Treaty.
La presente direttiva concerne esclusivamente i dati generati o trattati come conseguenza di una comunicazione o di un servizio di comunicazione e non concerne i dati che costituiscono il contenuto dell’informazione comunicata. Article 2 For the purposes of this Directive: Expand all Collapse all. When Member States adopt these measures, they shall contain a reference to this Directive or be accompanied by such a reference on the occasion of their official publication.
In the event of widowhood, divorce, separation, or death of first-degree relatives in the direct ascending or descending line, an autonomous residence permit may be issued, upon application, if required, to persons who have entered by virtue of family reunification. If the application is submitted after the age of 15, the Member States which decide to apply this derogation shall authorise the entry and residence of such children on grounds other than family reunification.
EUR-Lex Access to European Union law
These proposals for amendments shall be made by way of priority in relation to Articles 3, 4, 7, 8 and For that purpose, they should be granted a status independent of that of the sponsor, in particular in cases of breakup of marriages and partnerships, and access to education, employment and vocational training on the same terms as the person with whom they are reunited, under the relevant conditions.
Member States shall lay down provisions ensuring the granting of an autonomous residence permit in the event of particularly difficult circumstances. The Member States may, by law or regulation, authorise the entry and residence, pursuant to this Directive and subject to compliance with the conditions laid down in Chapter IV, of the unmarried partner, being a third country national, with whom the sponsor is in a duly attested stable long-term relationship, or of a third country national who is bound to the sponsor by a registered partnership in accordance with Article 5 2and of the unmarried minor children, including adopted children, as well as the adult unmarried children who are objectively unable to provide for their own needs on account of their state of health, of such persons.
The European Council accordingly asked the Council rapidly to adopt the legal instruments on the basis of Commission proposals.
Member States shall determine whether, in order to exercise the right to family reunification, an application for entry and residence shall be submitted to the competent authorities of the Member State concerned either by the sponsor or by the family member or members. This Directive shall not apply where the sponsor is: Article 5 shall apply to the submission and examination of the application, subject to paragraph 2 of this Article. When examining an application concerning the unmarried partner of the sponsor, Member States shall consider, as evidence of the family relationship, factors such as a common child, previous cohabitation, registration of the partnership and any other reliable means of proof.
This Directive shall not affect the possibility for the Member States to adopt or maintain more favourable provisions. Member States may limit the granting of the residence permit referred to in the first subparagraph to the spouse or unmarried partner in cases of breakdown of the family relationship.
The Member States shall authorise the entry and residence, pursuant to this Directive and subject to compliance with the conditions laid down in Chapter IV, as well as in Article 16, of the following family members: No longer in force, Date of end of validity: Member States may decide according to national law the conditions under which family members shall exercise an employed or self-employed activity. A decision rejecting an application may not be based solely on the fact that documentary evidence is lacking.
The methods of making such reference shall dirfttiva laid down by the Member States. The purpose of this Directive is to determine the conditions for the exercise of the right to family reunification by third country nationals residing lawfully in the territory of the Member States. The need for achieving the objectives defined at Tampere have been reaffirmed by the Laeken European Council on 14 and 15 December