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SOLVIT for individual citizens

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As an EU citizen, you should be able to live, work and study in other EU countries. If your EU rights are not respected by public authorities– then SOLVIT can help. SOLVIT will contact the authorities to find informal, out-of-court solutions to your problem. This video explains: - what kind of problems SOLVIT can help with – such as getting your qualifications recognised in another EU country, obtaining residence papers for non-EU relatives or claiming benefits - how to get help from SOLVIT.

Type: Clip   Reference: I-079670   Date: 20/06/2013   Duration: 01:33
Languages: ENGLISH, FRANÇAIS, DEUTSCH, ITALIANO, ESPANOL, ΕΛΛΗΝΙΚΆ, PORTUGUÊS, NEDERLANDS, DANSK, SUOMI, SVENSKA, ČEŠTINA, EESTI, LATVIEŠU, LIETUVIŲ, MAGYAR, MALTI, POLSKI, SLOVENČINA, SLOVENŠČINA, БЪЛГАРСКИ, ROMÂNĂ, GAEILGE, HRVATSKI, NORVÉGIEN

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