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It is possible to refuse entry but the standard EU member states may apply is much higher than for other categories of non-citizens. It is only possible to deny entry to an EU citizen and their immediate family if they are deemed a threat to public policy, public security or public health. That might sound broad but it is pretty restrictive and the courts ...


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There is a substantial difference between UK (when it was in EU), Ireland, Croatia, Romania, Cyprus and other EU member states: the Schengen Area. And also a substantial difference between EU and US. While joined into an union, member states are still independent states. UK and some other states are (were) members of EU but not Schengen, thus had border with ...


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