Useful Links

The European Commission Representation - Cyprus

EU House, 30 Byron Avenue, 1096, Nicosia
The Representation’s working hours are as follows: Monday to Friday, 09:00 – 17:00

There is an Info Point at the entrance of the building where visitors may find a varied collection of EU related documents, publications and brochures.

The European Commission

The website includes information on Priorities, News, Laws and Policies, and Funding.

Your Europe

This website, available in all official EU languages, offers information on basic right of citizens under EU law, including how these rights are being implemented in each individual country. It also offers information on matters such as life, work and travel in the EU.

Your Europe Advice

YEA is a team of independent legal experts who can provide free and personalised advice in your official EU language, within a week, clarify the European law that applies in your case, and explain how you can exercise your EU rights.


If an EU citizen or business face extra obstacles in another country because a public authority isn’t doing what is required under EU law, SOLVIT can help.

SOLVIT reminds the authorities in question what your EU rights are and works with them to solve your problem.

The European Consumer Centres’ Network

The EU-wide network of European Consumer Centres offers free consumer help and advice.

Enterprise Europe Network

The EEN is a one-stop shop for European businesses, in particular small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs). It provides free, practical advice and a wide range of business and innovation support services. Click here for branches in Cyprus.

Eurodesk – Information on European opportunities for young people

Eurodesk staff answer questions on the EU which are relevant to young people, ranging from general queries, such as study possibilities abroad, to more complex questions on EU youth policies.

EU Blue Card

The Blue Card is a work permit issued by 25 out of 28 EU Member States to highly-qualified non-EU citizens. You can find more information about the Directive here.

EUROPA – The Official Website of the European Union

This website contains information on the EU’s institutional bodies, countries, symbols, history, facts & figures, as well as information on all EU topics, including living, traveling, working and doing business in the EU.


This website contains information on Schengen Agreement and how to get visa. There is a guide for each EU country with a detailed information on them.

EURES – The European Job Mobility Portal

The purpose of EURES is to provide information, advice and recruitment/placement (job-matching) services for the benefit of workers and employers as well as any citizen wishing to benefit from the principle of the free movement of persons.