ETIAS News

The Schengen Area is composed of 22 EU member states and four non-EU states of Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Iceland, and Norway. The most visited Schengen countries are Germany, Italy, Spain, and France, which is also the most popular tourist destination in the world. In order to travel to Europe and discover its most popular attractions, eligible […]

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Having a criminal record can prohibit a person from doing many things in life, including traveling to certain counties. But while entry restrictions against criminal offenders are incredibly strict in countries like the USA and Canada, the rules in most European countries are far more relaxed. European criminal conviction checks are uncommon, and most EU […]

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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 Croatian Prime Minister, Andrej Plenković, hopes to lead his country into the Eurozone within the next few years.“Croatia will work intensively on the introduction of the euro as a currency”, he said. Last month, Plenković met with the Finnish Foreign Minister, Timo Soini, to gain his support. Soini offered his country’s assistance in its […]

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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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