Category: Schengen Visa News

Visas, Immigration & Nationality

Non-EU Must Register For Entry-Exit System (EES) – ETIAS

Non-EU nationals will have to follow new rules when entering the European Union from spring next year. A new Entry/Exit System (EES) is set to come into effect from May 2023. This is part of the European Travel Information and Authorisation System (ETIAS) that will be implemented later next year. It will require visitors from…
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Greece Digital Nomad Visa – New WFH Route

Greece has joined a number of European countries in attempting to lure digital nomads by opening up a migration route for remote workers. The Greek Digital Nomad Visa (DNV) allows non-EU citizens to legally live and work in Greece. The Greece Digital Nomad Visa allows for a stay of up to 12 months. After that,…
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Turkish Nationals Will Need A Visa to Transit Through The Netherlands

The Dutch government has announced a new rule that the majority of Turkish nationals who need to transit through the Netherlands’ Amsterdam Airport Schiphol en route to their destination country that is outside the European Union and Schengen Area will need to obtain a Transit Schengen visa beginning 1 December 2022. “If you have Turkish…
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Venice’s Ticketing And Entry Fees Postponed

The date for the implementation of paid entry in Venice has again been postponed. The paid ticketing scheme was due to come into force on January 16, 2023, However, local authorities have had to postpone the introduction of the booking system as they grapple with logistics. Mayor Luigi Brugnaro, however, did not miss the opportunity…
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Tightened Border Controls Between France & Italy

The border controls between France and Italy have been tightened as the two countries have had a dispute over the distribution of migrants arriving from Africa.  The tension in the diplomatic relations between the two countries arose when Italy allowed three aid groups to disembark their passengers at Italian ports because doctors determined all were…
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