What is the definition of permanent residence?

What is the definition of permanent residence?

‘Permanent residence' is defined as:

  • The place where the company of the applicant is registered, if the applicant has a registered company;
  • If a company has several establishments in different EU Member States or other participating countries, the entrepreneur should choose one of the countries as permanent residence;
  • The place where the applicant has spent 183 days or more in the course of the last 12 months, if the applicant does not have a registered company.
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