Citizenship and residence tags at present use the adjectival form. For example and rather than [italy-citizens] and [italy-residents]. There are lots of citizenship tags:

and some residency tags:

The above may not be fully comprehensive but does indicate extensive use of the adjectival form. A very small number of the above are broken at present but have already been sent to the shop for repair (our master mechanic RoflcopterException is working on them).

For the country-specific Schengen visa tags however we have the locality form:

The last being singular, despite Jeff's advice because it has hit the 25 character limit for a tag. (Mind you Dori, I think a CM at the time, was of a slightly different opinion.)

Change the country-specific Schengen visa tags to adjectival form and we could be consistent for both form and plurals (by choosing [dutch-schengen-visas]).

Is it worth it?

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    Vote below please. My own vote is for consistency.
    – JonathanReez Mod
    Feb 16, 2017 at 7:10
  • The 5 tags specified by @pnuts have been renamed. There hasn't been strong consensus on how to proceed, so I chose the most logical option - to go for consistency. The tags have also been synonymized, so they're available for users to look-up.
    – JonathanReez Mod
    Feb 28, 2017 at 21:51

2 Answers 2


Disagreed. Leave as is. The tags are better that way.


Agreed. All geographical tags should be in the plural form.

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