As long as you do not have a valid european passport, one of the schengen space countries space pasport, you can no enter in the schenguen space. So you will need a EEC passport or valid visa
That was not my question. For example, If I were a citizen of St. Kitts & Nevis, then could I work and live in St. Vincent without restrictions *like* an Irish citizen can live anywhere in the E.U? In other words, could a St. Kitts and Nevis citizen have unlimited abilities without visas have unlimited abilities in the coalition of Caribean countries like an EU does?
It sounds like you're the wrong expert for my question.
Hi there, yuor question its not about europena law. Sorry for that
I am a european attorney
Hi Wendy, I haven't found a professional who can answer my question. My questions pertains to Carribean Citizenship. I asked if they were similar to EU citizenship law. Somehow your system got confused with EU.
I'll leave this question open.
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