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.
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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. The methods of making such reference shall be laid down by the Member States. By way of derogation from paragraph 1 cMember States may frartini the family reunification of minor children of a further spouse and the eirettiva. Member States may limit the granting of the residence permit referred to in xirettiva first subparagraph to the spouse or unmarried partner in cases of breakdown of frattinii family relationship.
Essi comunicano immediatamente alla Commissione il testo di tali disposizioni. More favourable conditions should therefore be laid down for the exercise of their right to family reunification. Tali statistiche non contengono dati personali.
Gli Stati membri trasmettono alla Commissione il testo delle disposizioni principali di diritto nazionale che essi adottano nel settore coperto dalla presente direttiva. If the refugee is an unaccompanied minor, the Member States: This document is an excerpt from the EUR-Lex website.
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 authorise the reunification of children of whom custody is shared, provided the other party sharing custody has given his or her agreement; d the minor children including adopted children of the spouse where the spouse has custody and the children are dependent on him or her.
Skip to main content. Previo consenso, alcuni dati possono anche essere trattati a fini di commercializzazione o per la fornitura di servizi a valore aggiunto. 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.
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:.
Languages, formats and link to OJ. Per il Parlamento europeo Il presidente J. Not later than after five years of residence, and provided that the family member has not been granted a residence permit for reasons other than family reunification, the spouse or unmarried partner and a child who has reached majority shall be entitled, upon application, if required, to an autonomous residence permit, independent of that of the sponsor.
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. CHAPTER I General provisions Article 1 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.
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By way of derogation, a Member State may, in appropriate circumstances, accept an application submitted when the family members are already in its territory. La generazione o il trattamento di dati nel quadro della fornitura dei servizi di comunicazione in questione si riferisce a dati che sono accessibili.
Direttiva modificata dal regolamento CE n. In accordance with the principle of proportionality as set out in that Article, this Directive does not go beyond what is necessary in order to achieve those objectives. EU case law Case law Digital reports Directory of case law. The Member State concerned shall grant the family members a first residence permit of at least one year’s duration.
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 following family members:. Use the Advanced search. 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.
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The procedure and the competence according to which the diregtiva referred to in the first subparagraph is exercised shall be established by the Member States concerned. The Member States may withdraw 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 frattiji 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: 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.
For the Council The President F. This Directive respects the fundamental rights and observes the principles recognised in particular in Article 8 of the European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms and in the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union.
In this context, it has in particular stated that the European Union should ensure fair treatment of third country nationals residing lawfully on the territory of the Member States and that a more vigorous integration policy should aim at granting them rights and obligations comparable to those of citizens of the European Union. Those procedures should be effective and manageable, taking account of the normal workload of the Member States’ administrations, as well as transparent and fair, in order to offer appropriate legal certainty to those concerned.
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 Member States may reject an application for entry and residence of family members on grounds of public policy, public security or public health.