Wednesday, 3 August 2022

Future travel to Europe

Message from David Spicer, Parish Council

Just a note in case anyone needs to plan ahead for travel to an EU country.

 Note from Simon Calder, travel correspondent, in the Independent today:

 The majority vote to leave the UK means British travellers to the European Union are treated as third-country nationals.
From May 2023, passport stamping on arrival will end. But every traveller will have to be fingerprinted and provide a facial biometric.

 This will be in addition to one of the causes for the recent delays, checks under the terms of Schengen - non-EEA nationals cannot spend more than a total of 90 days within a total period of 180 days without a visa within any European Union country.

David Spicer LLB


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