ETIAS News

The most recent ETIAS News for UK Citizens
ETIAS For UK

Brexit and ETIAS’s Impact on UK Citizens

On January 31, 2020, the United Kingdom left the European Union. Before the end of 2020, an 11-month transition period occurred when Brexit took place. The UK and the European Union began a new relationship on January 1, 2021.
This article will describe the EU-UK Economic and Cooperation Agreement’s essential sections and what they represent for UK people traveling to Europe. On December 24, 2020, the EU-UK Trade Agreement was signed, and it went into force on May 1, 2021.
This agreement lays out the terms of the UK-EU partnership after Brexit, including ETIAS short-term travel. The liberties of British nationals working and living in EU nations are also discussed. In addition, the UK has established financial deals with several non-European countries and a trade treaty with the EU.

Read more
ETIAS For UK

Brexit and ETIAS’s Impact on UK Citizens

On January 31, 2020, the United Kingdom left the European Union. Before the end of 2020, an 11-month transition period occurred when Brexit took place. The UK and the European Union began a new relationship on January 1, 2021.
This article will describe the EU-UK Economic and Cooperation Agreement’s essential sections and what they represent for UK people traveling to Europe. On December 24, 2020, the EU-UK Trade Agreement was signed, and it went into force on May 1, 2021.
This agreement lays out the terms of the UK-EU partnership after Brexit, including ETIAS short-term travel. The liberties of British nationals working and living in EU nations are also discussed. In addition, the UK has established financial deals with several non-European countries and a trade treaty with the EU.

Read More
Citizens of countries that currently enjoy visa-free travel to Europe will be required to apply for and acquire ETIAS permission before starting any European travel in 2023. The European Union maintains a list of approximately sixty countries outside the European Union and Schengen Area currently visa-free in Europe. These nations are now considered "third countries," and people from these countries will need an ETIAS to travel to Europe for any reason or length of time starting in 2023.
ETIAS Center
ETIAS Center
Gibraltar is now part of the EU's borderless Schengen zone. Following Brexit, the United Kingdom and Spain negotiated a temporary agreement, which the European Union will develop into a treaty in the following months.
ETIAS Center
ETIAS Center
After Brexit, the UK's Conservative government has suggested a US-style visa waiver scheme for EU citizens. EU travelers would be required to register for a digital visa waiver before entering the UK under the updated Electronic Travel Authorization (ETA) system unveiled by UK Home Secretary Priti Patel on December 2nd, 2019.
ETIAS Center
ETIAS Center
When ETIAS is implemented, it will be mandatory for non-EU nationals to have applied for and received authorization to freely move in an electronic ETIAS approval connected to a valid passport before they may travel. ETIAS is expected to be launched in 2023, according to current projections.
ETIAS Center
ETIAS Center
Many nationals now have visa-free travel to and inside the European Union and Schengen zone. However, with the implementation of the ETIAS, these visa-free travelers will soon be required to seek ETIAS permission before starting on any European journey.
ETIAS Center
ETIAS Center

Frequently Asked Questions

Are you having trouble finding what you’re looking for?
Please get in touch with us using the Contact Us form

ETIAS For UK

Before traveling to Europe, British nationals will need to register for ETIAS and receive confirmation in 2023. ETIAS will allow the British to visit Europe for various short-term objectives (business, tourism, etc.).

British citizens will be able to travel to Europe for 90 days under ETIAS. The ETIAS visa waiver will be valid for three years unless the passport expires first. You will need to apply for ETIAS if it goes out of date.

Yes, even though the UK is not a part of the European Union anymore, British citizens can use ETIAS to travel to various countries in Europe. Just fill out the application form, and in a couple of hours, you will receive your response to the e-mail you have submitted.