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Access to Justice and immigrants: the right to an effective remedy in a multilevel legal order
Journal Title: DIRITTO COSTITUZIONALE 
Author/s: Davide Strazzari 
Year:  2018 Issue: Language: Italian 
Pages:  30 Pg. 157-186 FullText PDF:  237 KB
DOI:  10.3280/DC2018-003007
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The article explores the right to access to justice within the field of immigration law. Two main drivers are at stake in this area: the increasing relevance of individual fundamental rights and the impact on national procedural rules determined by the interaction of both EU and EChR principles on fair procedure and effective remedy. Both aspects may lead to the strengthening of the discretionary role of the judge when allocating immigration claims, pushing him to interpret national procedural provisions in a way consistent with the Eu law. The process certainly questions the respect of the principle of legal certainty, although some safeguards may apply.
Keywords: Access to justice; Immigration; Fundamental Rights; Right to an Effective Eemedy; Art. 47 of the Charter of Fundamental Rights of EU; National Procedural Autonomy

Davide Strazzari, Access to Justice and immigrants: the right to an effective remedy in a multilevel legal order in "DIRITTO COSTITUZIONALE" 3/2018, pp. 157-186, DOI:10.3280/DC2018-003007

   

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