Legal steps at the national level
- If rights are infringed by the decision of a national authority, first seek redress through the methods of appeal provided by its national legislation.
- Once a decision has been handed down, there is a limited period of time during which it can be appealed. It is important to be aware of and comply with such deadlines.
- EU law on free movement of workers can be invoked before the national authorities and courts in national proceedings.
EU information and problem-solving tools
- Contact Europe Direct for information on all EU issues
- Make an enquiry via Solvit to solve a problem with a national administration in another EU country.
- Make an enquiry via the Your Europe Advice service to receive tailor-made legal advice, free of charge.
- If you think that your rights under EU law are being infringed by the laws in a particular country or by the way the authorities behave, you can complain in writing to the European Commission.
- Facilitating intra-EU labour mobility (libraryeuroparl.wordpress.com)