In all EU countries if a work permit is allowed (after application). As Bulgaria is not in Schengen, can;t have a permenant job (without having allowed by the respective country)
As Bulgaria is a member of EU, Bulgarians freely move and pass though EU countries
the following points are advantages for living in the EU * the countries in the EU work together. * there are no wars between the EU countries. * all EU countries aggred to a set of rules for shops.
The EU allows natives from the involved countries to work in the other involved countries. The EU also manages the Euro, allowing the involved countries to work on regional issues, rather than their economy (not including the UK (The United Kingdom (England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales) which uses the British Pound). The EU also creates a mutual bond between the collection of countries part of the EU, so that if war were to break out, all those countries in the EU would be automatically in alliance.
Being able to travel around the European Union countries without having border checks at the borders between countries. It also makes it easier for people to work in different European Union countries, if they are living in one of them.
There are 27 EU countries.
There are no Asian countries in the EU.
list of visa free countries for bulgarians
No. There are in fact more than one type of plug that works in EU countries. Those used in Britain and Ireland are different than those in other countries of the European Union. However, you can get converters to enable plugs from different parts of the EU to work in America.
It doesn't unite Europe, but it does enable countries that are members of the EU to work closely together. They can trade easier with each other and have more trading power when trading with countries outside the EU. There is much more co-operation and countries have to maintain standards in order for it all to work, so that helps them work more closely with each other.
Actually, it was in 2004. The following countries joined the EU.CyprusCzech RepublicHungaryEstoniaLatviaLithuaniaMaltaPolandSloveniaSlovakia
"Can a non-EU citizen travel to any EU countries with any EU country residence permit?'' Anyone with a Swiss residence permit can travel freely throughout the Schengen Area, which is most, but not all, of the EU. You may only travel as a tourist, if you want to live permanently or work in another country and are not an EU citizen then you will need a permit from that country.
the membership in the EU is increasing as the numbers of countries within the EU have gone from 1 to 27