Europe visas

The UK’s Conservative Government has proposed a US-style visa waiver system for EU citizens after Brexit has been completed. The new Electronic Travel Authorization (ETA) system announced on the 2nd of December 2019 by UK Home Secretary Priti Patel would require EU visitors to apply for an electronic visa waiver prior to entry into the […]

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The European Commission (EC) has recently approved Croatia’s entry into the Schengen Zone. The decision means that the Balkan state could soon be the newest member of the EU’s passport free travel area. In a press release published on October 25th, 2019, the EC outlined its decision, explaining that “based on the results of the […]

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The European Commission Office has announced that it is working on the implementation of a new electronic registration system called EES. The acronym stands for Entry/Exit System and will be put in place for travelers holding Schengen visas. Currently, citizens from the following countries require a Schengen visa, which holds quite a few differences with […]

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In September 2016, the European authorities announced the introduction of the new ETIAS Travel Authorization System that will streamline and strengthen border controls for the Schengen area. The ETIAS program is expected to come into full force by 2021 and will allow eligible passport holders to visit the Schengen countries visa-free. The European ETIAS and […]

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ETIAS stands for European Travel and Information Authorization System. ETIAS will be an electronic travel authorization and it will be a mandatory entry requirement for citizens of over 60 countries. Children will be required to have a valid ETIAS upon arrival at any of the 26 Schengen member countries. Parents will need to complete the […]

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The European Union will introduce ETIAS, the European Travel Information and Authorization System, in 2021. The EU decided to create this visa waiver program to protect and strengthen all of its shared external borders. This is why, ETIAS will be necessary to enter Europe via air, land and sea. Citizens of over sixty countries will […]

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ETIAS (European Travel Information and Authorisation System) will become a requirement for certain nationalities from 2021 onwards. The online registration will be quick and will only be required once every 3 years. ETIAS is being introduced to improve the security of the Schengen Area. The visa waiver will be similar to the American ESTA. The […]

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The Schengen Area is a region of 26 European countries which has no internal. hard borders. People can move freely between the countries as if it is a single territory. At the moment, many nationalities can enter the Schengen Area for limited periods without a visa. Visa-exempt countries include the US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, […]

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