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Registration of a citizen of the European Union
Residence permit of a citizen of a member state of the European Union
Slovakia is a member of the European Union (EU) and therefore provides its citizens, as well as citizens of other EU member states, the right to move freely and settle on its territory. This article provides a detailed overview of how EU citizens can obtain registration in Slovakia and what their rights are.
Registration of a citizen of the European Union (hereinafter referred to as an "EU citizen") in Slovakia is a process by which an EU citizen becomes registered in the Slovak Republic and thus acquires certain rights and obligations in accordance with the law. An EU citizen who resides on the territory of the Slovak Republic for longer than 90 days must submit an application for registration.
Rights of an EU citizen registered in Slovakia
Registration of residence in Slovakia provides you as an EU citizen with several rights and benefits, including:
- Right to employment and business: You can work or do business in Slovakia without the need to obtain a work permit.
- Access to social services and benefits: You have the same access to social services, benefits and support as citizens of Slovakia.
- Access to education: You can study at Slovak schools and universities under the same conditions as local students.
- Possibility to apply for permanent residence: After five years of continuous residence in Slovakia, you can apply for permanent residence.
Residence registration is a necessary step for EU citizens who want to settle in Slovakia for the long term. It is a relatively simple process that allows you to legally live and work in Slovakia, as well as to use various social and educational services.
It is important to note that some requirements and documents may differ depending on the length of stay and purpose of stay in Slovakia.
To submit an application, it is necessary:
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The most common problem for foreigners when submitting an application is incomplete documentation, incorrect, incorrectly verified or officially incorrectly translated into the Slovak language. Another problem can be communication with authorities, where there is often a communication barrier.