Case Law: Mugenzi v. France, Application No. 52701/09, 10 July 2014 

This digest contains a factual summary of Mugenzi v France, a case that was submitted to the European Court of Human Rights, after a father's family reunification application was established, yet, children's visa issuance refused. This summary presents an overview, facts of the case, and a summary of court’s decision and reasoning.

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