Paul Stanley QC discusses the extent to which parents who are not EU citizens can derive EU rights of residence from their dependent children

A persistent and complex theme in EU free movement law has concerned what might be called parasitic or derivative rights – situations where a person who might not personally qualify for a particular free movement right can benefit indirectly because of their relationship to someone else who does.

In two recent cases (Case C-304/14 CS

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