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Solvit is an acronym for a network funded by the European Commission to assist citizens and businesses to ascertain their EU rights in cases where a dispute has risen between a citizen or a company and an official body of a Member state of the European Union.

There is a Solvit centre in every member state (as well as in the EEA Member States Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein).

Solvit deals with cross-border problems between a business or a citizen on the one hand and a national public authority on the other, where there is possible misapplication of EU law.

Policy areas

  • Recognition of Professional qualifications and diplomas
  • Access to education
  • Residence permits
  • Voting rights
  • Social security
  • Employment rights
  • Driving licences
  • Motor vehicle registration
  • Border controls
  • Market access for products
  • Market access for services
  • Establishment as self-employed
  • Public procurement
  • Taxation
  • Free movement of capital or payments

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