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Council of State judgment on former Dutch nationals’ EU rights

​On 12 February 2020 the Council of State issued a judgment on the case centring on whether loss of Dutch nationality, as laid down in the Netherlands Nationality Act, is contrary to European Union law. The case relates to a specific group of former Dutch nationals.

​If this judgment is relevant to you, read the news item on the Council of State judgment on former Dutch nationals' EU rights on government.nl. The news item also provides examples of rights under EU law that are linked to Dutch nationality. The Council of State's judgment is currently being looked at in detail by central government.

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