Cabinet d'avocats Altea
Cabinet d'avocats Altea
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Administrative and Constitutional Law
Immigration Law
international Family Law

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Administrative and Constitutional Law
Immigration Law
international Family Law

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Lawyer in immigration law, nationality and international family law


Jean-Baptiste Farcy, lawyer in immigration law, nationality and international family law

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Jean-Baptiste Farcy graduated in 2020 with a doctorate in law from UCLouvain. His thesis, entitled L’Union européenne et l’immigration économique : les défis d’une gouvernance multi-niveaux, compares European and national labour immigration policies.

Jean-Baptiste was called to the Brussels Bar in December 2020. Within the Altea firm, he primarily practises in the areas of foreign national, citizenship, private international, and social security law.

Jean-Baptiste is an assistant at the University of Gent where he teaches at the Human Rights and Migration Law Clinic.

Jean-Baptiste Farcy’s publications:

  • L’Union européenne et l’immigration économique : les défis d’une gouvernance multi-niveaux, Anthemis, 2021
  • “Institutional Racism within the securitization of migration. The case of Belgium”, Ethnic and Racial Studies, 2021 (with G. Orsini, L. Merla and S. Smit)
  • “Equality and Immigration Law: An Impossible Quest?”, Human Rights Law Review, Vol. 20, 2020, pp. 725 – 744
  • “Labour immigration policy in the European Union: How to overcome the tension between Europeanisation and national interests?”, European Journal of Migration and Law, Vol. 20, 2020, pp. 198 – 223
  • “Status (Im)mobility and the Legal Production of Irregularity: a Socio-Legal Analysis of Temporary Migrants’ Lived Experiences”, Social & Legal Studies, Vol. 29, 2020, pp. 629 - 649 (with S. Smit)
  • “Une politique migratoire commune plus nationale qu’européenne ? Illustration à travers le droit à la mobilité intra-européenne des ressortissants de pays tiers”, in M. Benlolo Carabot (dir.), L’Union européenne et les Migrations, Brussels, Larcier, 2020, pp. 115 – 127
  • “Unremovability under the Return Directive: An Empty Protection?”, in M. Moraru, G. Cornelisse and de Bruycker (dir.), Law and Judicial Dialogue on the Return of Irregular Migrants from the European Union, Oxford, Hart, 2020, pp. 437 – 453
  • “L’immigration économique en Belgique à l’heure du permis unique”, in S. Sarolea (dir.), Immigrations et droits : Questions d’actualité, Brussels, Larcier, 2018, pp. 10 – 44
  • “Objective 6: Facilitate fair and ethical recruitment and safeguard conditions that ensure decent work”, in E. Guild and T. Basaran (dir.), The UN’s Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration: Analysis of the final draft, Objective by Objective, Refugee Law Initiative, 2018, pp. 21 - 22
  • “Neither Here nor There: the Legal Exclusion of Non-Removable Migrants”, in Q. Cordier et al. (dir.), The Strong, the Weak and the Law, Brussels, Larcier, 2018, pp. 159 – 172
  • “Transmigrant” : un vocable réducteur pour des réalités juridiques multiples”, Revue du droit des étrangers, vol. 196, 2017, pp. 685 – 699 (with N. Desguin)
  • “EU-Turkey agreement: solving the EU asylum crisis or creating a new Calais in Bodrum? », published 7 December 2015 on the EU Immigration and Asylum Law and Policy blog
  • “The new Blue Card proposal: Will it attract more highly skilled workers to the EU?”, published 20 July 2016 on the EU Law Analysis blog

ALTEA LAWYERS

Altea brings together lawyers highly specialised in:

- Constitutional and administrative public law;

- Foreign nationals and private international family law.

The firm strives to be accessible.

Altea covers many intertwining areas but the firm’s lawyers all have an interest in defending human rights.

ADDRESS AND CONTACT

Boulevard Louis Schmidt 56, 1040 Etterbeek - Belgium

+32(0)2 894 45 70

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