The European Union (EU) is a political and economic union comprised of 28 European states. Nationals of these member states, with the exception of Croatia, enjoy free movement and trade throughout EU countries; meaning they are free to live and work in any EU state. Nationals of Iceland, Norway, and Liechtenstein – while not members of the EU – enjoy the same freedoms due their inclusion in the European Economic Area (EEA).
Additionally, Switzerland has signed many bilateral migration and trade agreements with the EU, which Swiss nationals to move between EU states as if their country was a member.
However, Croatian nationals will be subject to some restrictions on their rights to live and work in some EU states until at least 2020. Please see our European Union immigration for EU Nationals section for more information.
Our EU immigration guide has two sections:
- European Union immigration for EU Nationals: information for EU nationals who wish to immigrate to another EU country, including advice for bringing family members, social security and taxes, and employment rights.
- European Union Immigration for non-EU Nationals: information on two EU-wide visas: the Schengen Visa and the European Blue Card
Further Information, help, and advice
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