Visa Policy within the European Union Structure by Annalisa Meloni

By Annalisa Meloni

The e-book makes a speciality of the typical visa coverage as a case learn at the constitutional constitution of the ecu Union. After introducing the character of visas, the e-book concentrates at the problems in forging a typical visa coverage at ecu point. Cooperation on visas has been characterised through a continuing reformulation of the framework for cooperation. The e-book describes cooperation ahead of the Treaty on ecu Union followed at Maastricht, less than the Maastricht Treaty, and lower than the Treaty of Amsterdam. in addition, the e-book strains the basic features of the typical visa policy.

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104; Hiro (1991) p. 199. ^'^ Under the Act holders of United Kingdom passports who were citizens of the United Kingdom and Colonies were subject to immigration control unless they or at least one of their parents or grandparents were bom, naturalized or adopted in the United Kingdom or became a citizen of the United Kingdom and Colonies by registration in the United Kingdom or in an independent country within the Commonwealth. 88 Hansard, HL, Vol. 335, col. 497. Quotation from Harris (1998) p. 531.

146153. ^^2 See Turack (1972) p. 239. 153 Torpey (2000) p. 162. i^"^ The United Kingdom's Immigration Rules lay down the categories of persons who need a visa to enter the United Kingdom as visitors or for transit. These comprise: (a) nationals of approximately 108 countries; (b) persons who hold passports or travel documents issued by the former Soviet Union or by the former Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia; (c) stateless persons; (d) persons who hold non-national documents (such as refugee travel documents issued under the 1951 Geneva Convention).

6. ^^^ Goodwin-Gill (1978) p. 7; Harris (1998) p. 587. 101 Goodwin-Gill (1978) p. 7. 102 Plender (1988) p. 149. , 1955, p. 4. ' The Court went on: 'The character thus recognized on the international level as pertaining to nationality is in no way inconsistent with the fact that international law leaves it to each State to lay down the rules governing the grant of its own nationality. On the other hand, a State cannot claim that the rules it has thus laid down are entitled to recognition by another State unless it has acted in conformity with this general aim of making the legal bond of nationality accord with the individual's genuine connection with the State which assumes the defence of its citizens by means of protection against other States....

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