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Chen v Home Secretary was a decision of the European Court of Justice which decided that a minor who is a national of a European Union member state has the right to reside in the European Union with his or her third-country national parents, provided the minor and parents have health insurance and will not become a burden on the public finances of the member state of residence. This case led to the Twenty-seventh Amendment of the Constitution of Ireland, which limited the right to Irish citizenship of individuals born on the island of Ireland to the children of Irish citizens.

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  • Chen v Home Secretary was a decision of the European Court of Justice which decided that a minor who is a national of a European Union member state has the right to reside in the European Union with his or her third-country national parents, provided the minor and parents have health insurance and will not become a burden on the public finances of the member state of residence. This case led to the Twenty-seventh Amendment of the Constitution of Ireland, which limited the right to Irish citizenship of individuals born on the island of Ireland to the children of Irish citizens.
  • Chen v Home Secretary est une décision de la Cour de justice de l'Union européenne selon laquelle un mineur qui est un ressortissant d'un État membre de l'Union européenne a le droit de résider dans l'Union avec ses parents qui sont ressortissants d'un pays tiers, à condition que le mineur et ses parents disposent d'une assurance santé et ne deviennent pas une charge pour les finances publiques de l'État membre de résidence.
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  • --06-28
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  • Antonio Tizzano
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  • C-200/02
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  • ECLI:EU:C:2004:639
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  • Full court
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  • --10-19
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  • Man Lavette Chen and Kunqian Catherine Zhu v Secretary of State for the Home Department
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  • China
  • Ireland
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  • Chen v Home Secretary was a decision of the European Court of Justice which decided that a minor who is a national of a European Union member state has the right to reside in the European Union with his or her third-country national parents, provided the minor and parents have health insurance and will not become a burden on the public finances of the member state of residence. This case led to the Twenty-seventh Amendment of the Constitution of Ireland, which limited the right to Irish citizenship of individuals born on the island of Ireland to the children of Irish citizens.
  • Chen v Home Secretary est une décision de la Cour de justice de l'Union européenne selon laquelle un mineur qui est un ressortissant d'un État membre de l'Union européenne a le droit de résider dans l'Union avec ses parents qui sont ressortissants d'un pays tiers, à condition que le mineur et ses parents disposent d'une assurance santé et ne deviennent pas une charge pour les finances publiques de l'État membre de résidence.
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  • José Narciso da Cunha Rodrigues
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