Managing citizenship, security, and rights : regulating marriage migration in Europe and North America.
Teixeira and Ibrahim: Looking back, looking forward or inward?
This paper examines the cases of Ibrahim and Teixeira which found that Article 12 of Regulation 1612/68 has survived intact the implementation of Directive 2004/38, the Citizens’ Directive. The outcome is that EU migrant workers’ children who are in education and their ‘primary carer’ can remain in the Member State without being subject to conditions of self-sufficiency long after cessation of work or departure, death or divorce of the worker. The article discusses the specific findings in the cases and their broader ramifications.
- Helena Wray. "Teixeira and Ibrahim: Looking back, looking forward or inward?". FMW: Online journal on free movement of workers in the European Union (August 2011), p.26-37.