The links formed by a person who has lived in a particular country for many years, which includes the totality of social ties between settled migrants and the community in which they are living, fall within the scope of 'private life' under Article 81, and regardless of the existence or otherwise of a 'family life', the expulsion of a settled migrant therefore constitutes an interference with his right to respect for private life
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