Visa Facilitation Agreements Eu

NOTE that this facilitation should not lead to illegal immigration and should pay particular attention to security and readmission, Regulation 1806/2018 (Article 7) establishes a reciprocity mechanism for issuing visas. This card is only used for reference purposes. Regulation (EC) 539/2001 sets out the current visa rules. The names used and the presentation of material on this map do not imply the expression of any opinion of the European Union on the status of a country, territory, city or territory or its authorities, or on the delimitation of its borders or borders. The EU visa easing agreements with the following third countries no longer apply to biometric passport holders from countries that were subsequently exempted from the visa requirement: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Georgia, Moldova, Montenegro, Montenegro, Northern Macedonia (former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia), Serbia and Ukraine. The agreements, all of which have similar content and structure, apply to planned stays in the Schengen area up to 90 days per semester (short stays). They apply to nationals of these countries around the world. Holders of valid diplomatic passports can enter, travel and transit without a visa in the areas covered by these agreements. The Cape Verde agreement also provides the same exception for service passport holders (passports for government employees). EU Member States can also negotiate agreements on small border traffic with neighbouring third countries individually. These agreements allow border crossers in well-defined areas to cross the EU`s external borders under certain conditions without the need for a visa.

1. Visa facilitation under this agreement applies only to citizens of the European Union and the Russian Federation as long as they are not exempt from the visa requirement by the laws and regulations of the Russian Federation, the Community or the Member States, this agreement or other international agreements. Agreement between the European Union and the Republic of Armenia to facilitate the issuance of visas (Official Journal of the European Union, 31 October 2013, No. 289/2) POINT 3. For the categories of citizens covered in paragraph 1, all categories of visas are issued in accordasity under the simplified procedure, without the need to justify, invite or validate the purpose of the trip, as required by the parties` legislation. The EU`s objective is to achieve full visa reciprocity with non-EU countries whose nationals are exempt from the visa requirement. As a result, EU citizens do not need a visa to travel to these third countries. 3. Visa processing fees are issued for the following categories of persons: 2. Diplomatic missions and consular representations of member states and the Russian Federation will issue a multiple-entry visa of up to one year for the following categories of citizens.

If they have obtained at least one visa in the past year, used it on the territory of the state visited under the law on entry and residence, and if there are reasons to apply for a multiple-entry visa: citizens who have lost their documents or stolen their documents may leave the country on the basis of valid identity documents that allow them to cross borders, without a visa or other authorization, issued by diplomatic or consular missions. 2. The contracting parties charge a fee of EUR 70 for the processing of visas if the visa applicant and the supporting documents have been filed by the visa applicant within three days of his scheduled departure date.