The Schengen acquis (1)

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The Schengen 'acquis' is derived from the 1990 Schengen Convention to implement the 1985 Schengen agreement. It was divided between the Treaty establishing the European Communities and the Treaty on European Union under the Schengen protocol to the Amsterdam Treaty.

Bibliographic records (OJ 2000 L 239)

  • Schengen acquis as defined by Council (except for secret parts of acquis) in Decision 1999/435/EC of 20 May 1999

Common consular instructions
(OJ 2002 C 313/1)

  • Consolidated text of Schengen Common Consular Instructions (CCI)

Common border manual
(OJ 2002 C 313/97)

  • Consolidated text of Schengen Common Border Manual

Decision on definition of acquis (OJ 1999 L 176/1)

  • Council Decision 1999/435/EC on definition of acquis; corrected by Council Decision 2000/645/EC, which corrects Schengen Executive Committee Decision SCH/Com-ex (94) 15 rev. (OJ 2000 L 272/24)

Decision on allocation of acquis
(OJ 1999 L 176/17)

  • Council Decision 1999/436/EC determining EC/EU legal basis for provisions of Schengen acquis

Schengen acquis
(Council version, 1999)

  • The full Schengen acquis as integrated into the European Union

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