The EU wants to make it easier for non-EU residents to move around the bloc in the future.
It is also aiming to cut the time you need to live in a member state before gaining long-term residence status from five to three years.
The European Parliament recently said that it was looking to make the changes but governments will need to agree before it can go ahead.
How do you get long-term resident status in the EU?
Non-EU nationals can technically get long-term resident status in the bloc if they have lived legally in an EU country for at least five years. They can’t have left for a consecutive period of more
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