The Regulation will apply to all nationals of an EEA country who are or who have been covered by the social security legislation of one of those countries, as well as to the members of their family and their survivors. According to the principle of equal treatment, EEA nationals have the same rights and obligations as the nationals of the country where they reside. This means that EEA nationals can work, study, travel or retire anywhere in the European Economic Area without missing out on any of their entitlements.
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