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How does SOLVIT work?

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Unfair rules or decisions and discriminatory red tape can make it hard for you to live, work or do business in another EU country. Thus, if you, as an EU citizen or business from another EU country, face extra obstacles caused by a public authority which isn't doing what is required under EU law – then SOLVIT can help.SOLVIT will contact the authorities to find practical, out-of-court solutions to your problem.This video explains how SOLVIT works, what to do to use it and what assistance you can expect from SOLVIT.

Type: Clip   Reference: I-079671   Date: 20/06/2013   Duration: 02:14
Languages: ENGLISH, FRANÇAIS, DEUTSCH, ITALIANO, ESPANOL, ΕΛΛΗΝΙΚΆ, PORTUGUÊS, NEDERLANDS, DANSK, SUOMI, SVENSKA, ČEŠTINA, LATVIEŠU, LIETUVIŲ, MAGYAR, MALTI, POLSKI, SLOVENČINA, SLOVENŠČINA, БЪЛГАРСКИ, ROMÂNĂ, GAEILGE, HRVATSKI, NORVÉGIEN

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