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Flashcards in Movement of Persons Cases Deck (11):
1

Trojani

work must be effective and genuine. This must be examined on both an objective and subjective bases.

2

O'Flynn

Indirect discrimination in regards to equality for workers includes:
1) essentially only affects Migrant workers
2) great majority affected are migrants
3) establishes rules/procedures that are easier for nationals
4) risks acting to the detriment of Migrants

3

Antonissen

UK gave Job seeker 6 months to find job or leave
Court held that if the individual could show that he had a genuine chance of employment he didn't have to leave.

4

LeBon

Jobseekers get equal access to all employment opportunities, but don't get equal access to social advantages

5

Levin

Part-Time and Full-Time workers fall within the scope of "Economically Active"

6

Ibrahim

TCN parent/carer is economically inactive and dependant on state, they can still reside for all of children's education

7

Commission v Belgium

Migrants can be excluded from Public Service jobs which have the exercise of real power and require a special allegiance to the state.

8

Vlassopolou

Mutual Recognition: A MS must take into consideration all diplomas/degrees obtained in the same profession but in different MS

9

Steyman

Remuneration does not need to be $

10

Schilling

Any Measure which deters nationals from leave MS is an Obstacle

11

Rutili

In order to expel someone from MS must show that they are a genuine and sufficiently serious threat on grounds of public health/security