The problem of migration security in the current case-law of the CJEU – the perspective of Member States
Rocznik Integracji Europejskiej
The article analyzes the post-crisis CJEU case-law in the area of migration security of the Member States. Due to the escalation of the migration crisis in 2015, the European Union has been facing new challenges in migration management. The case-law of the CJEU, especially issued in the procedure of the so-called questions referred for a preliminary ruling, constitutes a certain benchmark for the problems, which the Member States need to deal with in the area of guaranteeing safety. In
... safety. In accordance with the research method adopted for the purpose of the current study, the Court of Justice has a real possibility of shaping the standards of migration security in the area of asylum and return policies through its case-law. What is more, within the field of EU migration law and migration policies, there exists a migration security priority, in accordance with which it is necessary to provide the highest level of security to all the actors of migration processes, i.e. both the very migrants, as well as the receiving society. This principle should be applied at the level of legislative processes and also in the area of the implementation of legal norms. As a result of the conducted analysis of the case-law of the CJEU, the four basic areas with regard to the migration security of the Member States have been identified.