Category: Greece

Visas, Immigration & Nationality

British Holidaymakers Could Use E-Gates Again In The EU

UK travellers heading to the European Union for a holiday could be allowed to use e-gates again when travelling through airports. UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak is reportedly due to discuss the matter with the European Commission chief, Ursula von der Leyen, in June. British officials plan on calling on the EU Member States to…
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British Airways Extends eVouchers Until Next Year

British Airways passengers who accepted vouchers for Covid-19 disrupted flights or holidays now have until 30 September 2024 to use them, as the airline has extended their validity again for a further 12 months.  British Airways passengers who accepted travel vouchers during the Covid-19 pandemic have been given more time to spend them. The vouchers…
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EU Lawmakers Approved Visa Liberalisation with Kosovo

The European Parliament gives the final green light for visa-free travel to the EU for Kosovo citizens. On April 18, the European Parliament approved a decision on visa liberalisation that will allow citizens of Kosovo to travel to the Schengen states without a visa by January 2024 at the latest. The vote by the EU…
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EU Delays Entry/Exit System To 2024

The EU’s Entry & Exit System (EES) is reported to have been pushed again and this time until after the Paris Olympics in 2024. The EES aims to tighten up security at EU external borders and replace the passport stamping system for travellers who do not need a visa to enter the EU has already…
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Work Remotely With Colombia’s New Digital Nomad Visa

Colombia launched its digital nomad visa in March 2023 to allow remote workers to live and work in the country for up to two years.  The government aims to lure remote workers to live in the country by highlighting the benefits of moving to Colombia. Colombia has recently exploded in popularity as digital nomads flock…
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