Working In Europe
The free movement of workers agreement permits nationals of one EEA country to work in another EEA country on the same conditions as that member state's own citizens.
EEA Countries Include: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom
EFTA: Switzerland, Iceland, Norway & Liechtenstein
are members of the European
Free Trade Association and are all members
Bulgaria And Romainia: Certain conditions may be applied that restrict the free movement of workers from these countries
Nationals of a country that is Not a Full
Member of the EU, EEA or EFTA, Must obtain
a Work Visa
to work in the
country where the job is
located before taking up employment.
Union Members & Enlargement In More Detail > > >
visas, right of abode and working visas do not count as an EU passport.
country of citizenship may have current working holiday agreements.
This is a brief & general summary,
visa requirements and the number of working holiday visas allocated in countries
each year can vary and new agreements are being made regularly so we recommend
you attain complete and up to date official information from the appropriate
Service or that countries Embassy in your home country before making any work
and travel plans.
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Or Consulates Worldwide
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