Dutch law made integration a condition for admission and continuous residence. The ECJ already ruled about integration as a condition for admission. Now the ECJ passed its judgment on Dutch integration requirements for autonomous residence.
The CJEU held in A.S. that family reunification of the parents of an unaccompanied asylum-seeking child should be allowed if the applicant was a minor when the asylum application was lodged. This affects the family reunification policies of Member States.
The CJEU decided that EU citizens who obtain the nationality of a host-state can rely directly on Art. 21 TFEU to obtain a derived right of residence for their third-country national spouse, in a case which has implications for both the UK and EU.