Information for EU citizens not resident in their home country

I am a national of one EU member state but living in another EU member state. In which member state do I sign?

  • In the “please select country” box write your nationality.
  • The widget will be configured to ask you the specific requirements for that nationality (whatever the country you live in is: Address, ID, etc...).
  • In the “nationality” box, put your nationality again.
  • In most cases, you will have to fill in your address. There you choose the EU country you live in.

If this does not work, the only solution is:

  • Print the signature form of the country you are a national from.
  • Here you can find the signature forms to print at home
  • Fill in your personal data.
  •  Send it back to the address written on the signature form.

Depending on the data required by these member states, you may have the possibility to choose between signing for your nationality or your living country, bearing in mind that you can sign up only once for the initiative “Save Bees and Farmers”.
The data which you provide in your signature will determine in which member state your signature will be counted.


An Austrian living in Estonia can either

  • fill in the form for Estonia, providing his/her full first names, family names, address, date and place of birth and nationality - in this case, his/her signature will be verified and therefore counted in Estonia
  • or fill in the form for Austria, providing in addition to the above data a personal identification document number from the list accepted by Austria – in this case, his/her signature will be verified and therefore counted in Austria.


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