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VIII.4. Protocol 15 to the Agreement on the European Economic Area Adjusting the Agreement on the European Economic Area on Transitional Periods on the Free Movement of Persons (Liechtenstein) Oj 1994 L1/176

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This chapter presents excerpts from the Protocol 15 to the Agreement on the European economic area adjusting the Agreement on the European economic area on transitional periods on the free movement of persons (Liechtenstein). The provisions of the Agreement and its Annexes relating to the free movement of persons between the European Community (EC) Member States and European Free Trade Association (EFTA) states shall apply subject to the transitional provisions laid down in this Protocol. Liechtenstein, on the one hand, and EC Member States and other EFTA States, on the other hand, may maintain in force until 1 January 1998 with regard to nationals from EC Member States and other EFTA States and to nationals of Liechtenstein, respectively, national provisions submitting to prior authorization entry, residence and employment.

Keywords: European Community (EC); European economic area; European Free Trade Association (EFTA); free movement of persons; Liechtenstein; transitional periods



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