The European Commission likes to know about any obstacles you might be facing in your daily life as a European citizen living, studying, working, shopping or simply travelling within the EU. We would also like to hear your ideas about how to remove these obstacles and further develop EU citizenship.<br/><br/>
As a national of an EU country you are also a citizen of the European Union. This gives you a number of rights agreed by all 27 EU countries:
These rights apply not only if you decide to live in another EU country but also when travelling or staying for a short period elsewhere in the EU (for instance as a tourist, student, trainee, frontier worker, weekly commuter, patient, for business, etc.), or even when you're shopping online.