Living in a state of USA or in a country of EU?
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« on: October 08, 2017, 03:09:22 am »

The European Union isn’t a country. But you can jump between different countries in the EU without having to go through immigration, work between the countries in the EU without any sort of special visa, and use the same currency anywhere within the EU. The countries that make up the EU are like the states that make up the US. And yet, the European Union isn’t considered a country while the United States definitely is.

Having all that in mind, where would you like to be living?



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