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Freedom of movement within the EU

Free movement of people within the Schengen Area
The Schengen Agreement is an agreement brokered by certain European countries that allows people to travel between participating countries without having to show passports at internal borders.

Common Travel Area between Ireland and the United Kingdom
This document discusses the Common Travel Area between Ireland and the UK, an area where Irish and UK citizens can travel without having to carry their passports.

Freedom of movement in the EU
Freedom of movement is one of the basic aims of the European Union. Where does this right come from and can EU citizens travel freely and settle anywhere within the EU? Find out here.

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