Managing citizenship, security, and rights : regulating marriage migration in Europe and North America.
- United Kingdom
A Family Resemblance? The Regulation of Marriage Migration in Europe
This article analyses key aspects of the regulation of entry and stay of spousal migrants in EEA member states. It shows that there are differences of regulation, particularly between states in Eastern and Southern Europe and states in Northern and Western Europe but, in most cases, the amount of divergence is limited. The article connects this ‘family resemblance’ to a broad concept of Europeanisation. Even where there is no binding legal obligation, European legal norms and the practice in other European states largely circumscribe what is possible.
- Helena Wray. "A Family Resemblance? The Regulation of Marriage Migration in Europe" (with Agnes Agoston and Jocelyn Hutton). European Journal of Migration and Law, vol 16, no 2 (2014), p.209-247.