New travel rules for Britains ? (Now (After 29 march (visa-free status (= …
New travel rules for Britains ?
Rules on non-EU nationals travelling to the EU would apply to UK citizens once they are no longer EU citizens
how British visitors to the EU will be treated in the event of a “no-deal” Brexit ?
joins the “visa required” list
as China, Russia, India, Thailand, and all of Africa
to provide evidence of travel insurance
to apply between three months and 15 days before the intended journey
to pay €60 euros for adults and €35 for children
the visa-free list
as America, Japan, South Korea, Malaysia, Australia, New Zealand and several dozen other countries.
only if the UK allowing Europeans to visit without visas
British government is ok
a British passport allows the holder to travel and stay in any EU country
The only check border officials may make is to ensure that the passport belongs to the person
After 29 march
= no automatic right of entry
Border officials may ask for evidence of “sufficient means of subsistence”
as return ticket, accommodation reservations or an invitation letter to a conference.
about working in the EU ?
no longer an automatic right
the visa waiver does not apply to persons travelling for the purpose of carrying out a paid activity
UK citizens living in the EU, including those who have retired, will encounter much more tangled red tape
if an agreement is reached?
The freedom of movement will be more curtailed
the EU’s new ETIAS system
All UK travellers will have to apply in advance and pay a fee to have their journey authorised
What will the rules be for European visitors to the UK?
visas will not be required
travel on a passport
a problem for Britain’s inbound tourism industry
BUT more difficult for many Europeans to come to the UK