Benefits of EU citizenship

Benefits of EU citizenship

After 5 years, Portuguese permit holders can apply for EU citizenship through naturalization. Once become a naturalized EU citizen, s/he can live, travel and work freely in the 32 countries that make up the European Economic Area. That is the 28 member states, Switzerland, Iceland, Liechtenstein, and Norway. The EU is a global actor who plays an international role on the world stage and has been enjoying 62 years in peace, making it one of the safest place in the world. In 2018, the EU’s GDP was estimated to be $18.8 trillion (nominal) which is approximately 22% of the global economy, which granted the EU on the top spot as the largest economy in the world. This, combined with high ranking in the Global Competitiveness Index in the region, means it is one of the best place to do business. With GDP per capita of €25,000 and high safety food standards, the EU residents have been enjoying high standard of livings. Citizens are automatically provided with free education in most EU countries and free medical coverage. Europe may be the second smallest continent, but it is densely packed with many of the world’s best educational institutions. In the QS world university rankings, a total of 381 European universities are featured among the world’s best, roughly 38% of all the universities in the world. All these factors provide an environment where newcomers can thrive. EU anti-discrimination law protects people of different backgrounds from discrimination based on age, disability, sexual orientation, race and religion belief beyond the workplace. Every EU citizen, newcomers included, have the right to vote, join or represent political groups. Its progressive culture provides sense of security for everyone. In fact, the current Irish prime minister is of Indian heritage.

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