France, Spain, Greece & more launch new entry rules for UK citizens

Care visa, Questions to face at UK the airport
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UK holidaymakers heading to Spain, Italy, Greece, and Portugal are being knowledgeable approximately new access policies and restrictions. The European Union has introduced that its new Entry/Exit System (EES) could be released as we pass into the summer time season season.

The EES is an automatic IT device with a view to check in travelers from third-countries, together with people with short-live visas and visa-exempt travelers, whenever they move an EU border. After numerous delays, the scheme is now because of begin on October 6 this year.

This system will record the traveller’s name, type of travel document, biometric data (fingerprints and facial images), and the date and place of entry and exit, all while respecting fundamental rights and data protection. However, the new system won’t apply to non-EU nationals who have a residence card and are directly related to an EU national.

It also won’t apply to non-EU nationals who have a residence card or permit and are directly related to a non-EU national who can travel freely throughout Europe like an EU citizen.

Additionally, it won’t apply to non-EU nationals travelling to Europe for an intra-corporate transfer, research, studies, training, voluntary service, pupil exchange schemes, educational projects, or au-pairing, reports Birmingham Live.

People with residence permits and long-stay visas, as well as those who don’t need to go through border checks or have been given special privileges for border checks (like heads of state, cross-border workers, etc. ) are also exempt.

Countries like Spain, France, Italy, Portugal, Greece, Germany, Belgium, and others will be using this system. Brits are being informed by passport control officers about the maximum time they can stay before the system is rolled out.

The system applies to more than 25 countries.


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