The front cover of a contemporary Liechtenstein biometric passport
The data page of a contemporary Liechtenstein biometric passport
|Type of document||Passport|
|Eligibility requirements||Liechtenstein citizenship|
|Expiration||10 years adults over 15, 3 years minors under 15|
|Cost||CHF 250 (adults), CHF 50 (minors)|
The cover of the new Liechtenstein passport, features the coat of arms of Liechtenstein on a blue background.
Effect of Liechtenstein citizenship
Liechtenstein citizens are treated as equal with Swiss citizens in Switzerland[clarification needed] and are permitted to take up residence in the European Union and EEA member states in addition to Liechtenstein (which is a member of the EEA).
Citizens of the European Economic Area (the European Union plus Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway), and Switzerland enjoy the freedom to travel and work in any European Union country without a visa, although transitory dispositions[clarification needed] may restrict the rights of citizens of new member states to work in other countries. The same rights are also accorded to citizens of Switzerland although they remain separate from the EEA.[why?]
- Immigration and Passport Office
- Council Regulation (EC) No 539/2001 of 15 March 2001 listing the third countries whose nationals must be in possession of visas when crossing the external borders and those whose nationals are exempt from that requirement. For the most up-to-date state see the last consolidated version.
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