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AMERICAN UNIVERSITY IN BULGARIA Centre for European Programmes Flanking measures: Free Movement of Persons in the EU in light of the New Directive 2004/38/EC and the Schengen acquis vis-à-vis enlargement Lora Borissova Lecturer in EU Law, European Institute of Public Administration 1. Relevant legislative instrument: NEW Directive 2004/38/EC An important step in the definition of a strong concept of EU citizenship Migration and mobility rights: state of play Competences Derogations 2. Rights and obligations for EU citizens and third-country nationals provided for by the Directive Administrative formalities Exercise of an economic activity and sufficient resources: controversial expression of a European citizenship? Permanent right of residence Facilitated movement of family members 3. Free Movement of citizens of the new Member States and citizens of the candidate countries: transitional mechanisms regarding removal of internal border controls and access to the EU Member States’ labour markets 4. Assessment of the Schengen Acquis and its coherence with the new Directive 2004/38/EC This Seminar is organised with the kind financial support of the Finnish Embassy to Bulgaria.
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