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French Code governing the entry and residence of foreign nationals and the right of asylum

Article L110-3 of the French Code governing the entry and residence of foreign nationals and the right of asylum

Foreigners within the meaning of the present code are persons who do not have French nationality, either because they have a foreign nationality or because they have no nationality. Foreigners within the meaning of the present code are persons who do not have French nationality, either because they have a foreign nationality or because they have no nationality.

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Article L110-4 of the French Code governing the entry and residence of foreign nationals and the right of asylum

Without prejudice to European Union law, Book II of this Code governs the entry, residence and expulsion of European Union citizens, foreign nationals assimilated to them and foreign nationals who are members of their family or who have private and family ties with them.European Union citizens and the foreign nationals referred to in the first paragraph exercise the right of asylum under the conditions laid down by the same Book…

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Article L121-1 of the French Code governing the entry and residence of foreign nationals and the right of asylum

The Office français de l’immigration et de l’intégration (French Office for Immigration and Integration) is a public administrative establishment of the State responsible, throughout the country, for the public service of receiving foreign nationals holding, for the first time, a permit authorising them to reside in France on a long-term basis. Within this framework, it coordinates the management of accommodation in the hostels mentioned in article L. 552-1. It is…

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Article L121-3 of the French Code governing the entry and residence of foreign nationals and the right of asylum

The Board of Directors of the Office français de l’immigration et de l’intégration deliberates on the annual activity report presented by the Director General, which includes quantitative and qualitative data by gender as well as data on staff training initiatives, in particular on taking into account gender and vulnerability issues in the reception of asylum seekers.

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