EU ends residence permits for EU citizens

EU ends residence permits for EU citizens


European Union citizens no longer require residence cards to move and live in another country in the 25-nation bloc, the European Commission said last Tuesday. Residing in another EU country, however, will still require registration with the competent authorities, the commission said. Member States will also keep the right to uphold labour barriers imposed in May 1, 2004 when eight central and eastern European states as well as Cyprus and Malta joined the EU. European citizens seeking to move to...


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