The right to free movement between European Union (EU) Member States is one of the fundamental rights EU citizens have. Many people make use of this right every day and many people have permanently established a new life abroad, thus contributing to the wealth and growth of the host society. However, free movement rules might sometimes appear difficult to interpret and they can be very imprecisely implemented, particularly regarding what happens when EU citizens become destitute in a Member State other than the one they are a nationals of. Therefore, the main objective of this document is to provide answers to questions that homeless service providers are often asked when they provide services to an EU citizen who, whilst exercising the right to free movement, becomes destitute.