MS can remove nationality if obtained by deception
'It is not contrary to European Union law, in particular to Article 17 EC, for a MS to withdram from a citizen of the Union the nationality of that state'
Limits on numbers of foreign players is contrary to free movement of persons
None economically active status does not mean you can't get social benifits. There should be an evaluation of all circumstances
Collins v SSWP
A jobseeker is not a worker
Facts: not looked for work and not looking
If living there upto 3 months 'the host MS is thus not obliged to confer entitlement to social benifits on a national of another MS or his family members during that period'.
However, for over 3 months there is not necessarilly a right either 'Article 7(1)(b) of D 2004/38 seeks to prevent economically inactive Union citizens from using the host MS welfare system to fund their means of subsitance'
Certain degree of intergration may be sufficiant for establishment
A rule by the Netherlands that an individual has to reside for 5 years before giving grants was not discriminatory even though this did not apply to Dutch nationals
Dependents must be from the same country that the family member comes from
'MS are not required to grant every application for entry or residence submitted by family members of a Union citizen who do not fall under the definition in Article 2(2)'
Application of D 2004/38 is not conditional on fam members having resided in a MS previously
Restrictions 'would only be justified if it were based on objective considerations independent of the nationality of the persons concerened and were proportionate to the legitimate aim of national provisions'
French national, who was a final year student in Belgium, faced financial difficulties. As this was just a temporary difficulty, he should be treated as a national
Baumbast v SSHD
Preventing a child from continuing education in a MS disuades and creates an obstacle to FMOP
'primary carer of those children, irrespective of his nationality, to reside with them in order to facilitate the exercise of that right'
Austrian law allowed disabled people to enjoy freedom from tolls. Gottwald was a German national and as such he was denied a permit. He was able to challenge this under Art 18 TFEU
Court recognised the right of residence of a family member