Category: EEA

Visas, Immigration & Nationality

Brexit: Driving Through the EU & What Has Gone Wrong With Brexit So Far

The United Kingdom’s exit from the EU means British drivers captured by speed cameras on roads in Europe will no longer be sent fines. And those British nationals covered by the Withdrawal agreement, who return to the UK in foreign-registered cars will also avoid fines. As a member of the EU, the United Kingdom had…
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Applying for a France Schengen Visa in the UK

From the boulevards of Paris to the fashionable seaside resorts of the Côte d’Azur, France is a beautiful country that boasts of spectacular cities with picturesque topography, colourful culture, free-spirited people and delectable cuisine. These scenic places have been the muse to many poets and artists, and continue to make France the world’s most popular…
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Brexit: UK Passport standing in 2021

A passport is an important document for international travellers. Each country’s passport is different and not all are as strong as the other.  The Henley Passport Index is an annual ranking of the most powerful passports in the world based on how many destinations the holder can enter without a visa. Having visa-free access to…
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Brexit: France Re-Imposes Airport Transit Visa to the UK

Air France-KLM has announced that it will require an airport transit visa (ATV) for some passengers connecting to the UK. An ATV is a document which grants access to a traveller to pass through the international zone of an airport, without entering the country’s territory. The rule came into force when the UK exited the…
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Gibraltar retains freedom of movement

Gibraltar is set to become a part of the Schengen zone to ensure continuity of movement at the border with Spain. Spain and the UK have reached a last-minute deal that will allow the British territory of Gibraltar to retain freedom of movement. “We are breaking down barriers to build an area of shared prosperity,”…
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