Critically discuss and advise Andrzej, Isabela, Katarzyna and Marek how EU Law relating to the free movement of persons (Art 45 TFEU) can be argued to the above events.?

Isabela applied for a job as a civil servant. Her application was refused on the ground that this job was open to UK nationals only.

She then applied to be a hotel receptionist. Although she had passed English language exams in Poland she was required to sit for an English language test. She was told that her mark in the test was not high enough so she did not get the job (which was offered to a UK national), although she argued that her English was good enough for this type of work.

Katarzyna is aged 16 and has left school. After coming to the UK, she applied to do a secretarial course at a local college. She had to pay a fee to do the course but later discovered that she was charged a higher fee than UK nationals who had done the same course as her.

Marek was aged 18 and applied to a UK university in Scotland therefore would be living away from his family. He applied for a loan and other financial support while he undertook his course, but he was told that as a non UK national he did not qualify for this.

Andrzej applied for a family rail card. This was refused on the ground that the family had not been resident in the UK for five years.

The family have now encountered some difficulties with the UK authorities. To supplement his income, Andrzej had been selling counterfeit goods. He was convicted of fraud and sent to prison for three months.

Isabela was convicted and fined for shoplifting. Katarzyna was caught using illegal drugs at college and was cautioned. Marek went on a march with some of his fellow students in Scotland. The march turned violent and Marek was arrested for unruly behaviour.

The UK authorities have now decided that the whole family should have their UK residence terminated and be deported.) start the essay with the Law, Directives and Articles that are relevant to the problem, deal with each person in the question separately supporting your argument with as many as relevant cases, argue the cases in relation to the problem. Also which Treaty Article(s) and secondary legislation are relevant to the question.

As Treaty Articles and secondary legislation tend to be general it is the case law that has applied them therefore discussion of what the cases have said is very important. Identify all of the legal issues raised by the problem (this is usually the opening paragraph.

(2) Then discuss each issue in the order in which it occurs. Discuss the law relating to it, argue how it could be applied to the question, and then cover each issue in the same way.

(3) Argue the different possibilities as to how the law could be applied to the situation

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