Los Principios Básicos Comunes como marco de la política de integración de inmigrantes de la Unión Europea y su incorporación en la política española de inmigración

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The European Union is developing an immigration policy being integration one of its aspects. The Lisbon Treaty has introduced a legal basis for doing it, but pointing out that the Union may only adopt measures to support actions of Member States which are the primary responsible for the integration of third country nationals. This legal basis reflects the method that has been used in integration policy by the European Union, whose peak was the adoption of eleven common basic principles in November 2004. These principles, although not binding, have become the guide to be followed by both the Union in its subsequent actions and thus in developing the integration policy, and the States that must take it as a reference. Monitoring is carried out through a method of coordination. This article analyses the causes of the adoption of these common basic principles. It also pays attention to their monitoring and impact through various measures, particularly those taken the Commission, and its incorporation into the national law. We take Spain as example because it is a country receiving large numbers of immigrants from recently, reason by which is now defining its policy of integration ​
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