Category: Slovenia

Visas, Immigration & Nationality

What is the Schengen Agreement?

History and Development of the Schengen Agreement On 14 June 1985, Belgium, France, Germany, Luxembourg and the Netherlands signed the Schengen Agreement on the gradual abolition of checks at their common borders in the small town of Schengen in Luxembourg, on the border to France and the Netherlands. The agreement has since then led to…
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Brexit: How Long Can You Stay in the UK Without Losing Your EU Residency?

The economic and social disruption caused by the global pandemic has been devastating. A lot of British nationals resident in the EU opted to return to the UK to bide their time until things are sort of back to normal. British nationals ‘waiting out’ COVID-19 health situation in the UK could lose their rights to…
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Spain Travel Update: Travel Restrictions for Third Countries Extended Until 30 April

Spanish authorities have extended restrictions on non-essential travel from countries outside the European Union and the Schengen Zone until April 30 in order to halt the further spread of the Coronavirus disease. Initially, the restriction was scheduled to end on 31 March however, due to increasing coronavirus cases, the Spanish government decided to keep the…
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EU Confirms ‘Digital Green Certificate’ That Will Allow British Nationals to Travel

The EU has published details of its “digital green certificate” which will see travellers having to provide information on whether or not they have been vaccinated, carry antibodies or have had a negative COVID-19 test.  The EU is set to confirm its plans to move ahead with a “digital green certificate” for travel. Reportedly, visitors…
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COVID-19: Which Countries are Welcoming Vaccinated Tourists?

The COVID-19 vaccine rollout has given us all hope that travel will be possible again. But with the situation changing daily along with the travel restrictions, it is hard to pinpoint a low-risk place to book a trip. The COVID-19 pandemic hampered international travel for much of 2020 but as vaccines are distributed and more…
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