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Moving within Europe - How does moving affect my right to unemployment benefits?

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This animation explains what will happen to your right to unemployment benefits if you live and work in more than one country of the European Union or in Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland. In particular, can years worked in other countries be taken into account to meet national conditions of entitlement? And can you look for a job in another country and still carry on receiving your unemployment benefits? EU rules on social security coordination enable you to move around Europe and not lose out on your social security rights.

Type: Cartoon   Reference: I-072295   Date: 08/02/2012   Duration: 03:12
Languages: ENGLISH, FRANÇAIS, DEUTSCH, ITALIANO, ESPANOL, POLSKI,

Tags: Citizens' rights , Free movement of people , Unemployment benefit
© European Union, 2012   /   Source: EC - Audiovisual Service
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