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It will be nice if you told me, seen as you are a person who has huge interest in law, politics and research.secret.simon wrote:What is the relevant ECJ/CJEU case law on "marriage of convenience"?
[quote="OXFORD Dictionary Definition of" Soley""][b]Recital 28 of Directive 2004/38EC Provides:[/b] wrote:
(28) To guard against abuse of rights or fraud, notably marriages of convenience or any other form
of relationships contracted for the sole purpose of enjoying the right of free movement and
residence, Member States should have the possibility to adopt the necessary measures.
Why, you charmer, thank you.Obie wrote:you are a person who has huge interest in law, politics and research.
I said it will not stand the test of time and it has not. The Supreme COurt ruling, has correctly rendered in ultra vires.[b] Regulation 2 Marriage of Convenience Definition[/b] wrote: marriage of convenience” includes a marriage entered into for the purpose of using these Regulations, or any other right conferred by the EU Treaties, as a means to circumvent—
(a)immigration rules applying to non-EEA nationals (such as any applicable requirement under the 1971 Act to have leave to enter or remain in the United Kingdom); or
(b)any other criteria that the party to the marriage of convenience would otherwise have to meet in order to enjoy a right to reside under these Regulations or the EU Treaties;