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The ETIAS visa waiver allows Georgians to travel the Schengen Area for business purposes.

Georgian ETIAS holders may conduct business in any of the member countries for up to 90 days each 180-day term.

Holders of the ETIAS visa waiver are not permitted to work or seek employment in European Schengen member countries.

Georgians who are discovered working in the Schengen Area on an ETIAS without a work visa may face harsh consequences. Citizens caught in this circumstance may risk fines, the loss of their ETIAS visa waiver, and deportation.

Georgian citizens can spend up to 90 days within a 180-day period in the Schengen Area without having to apply for a visa.

When the ETIAS travel authorisation is fully operational, Georgian nationals will still be allowed to spend 90 days within a 180-day period in the European Schengen Area.

Georgian passport holders will require a mandatory ETIAS travel authorisation.

The ETIAS will allow multiple entries to the Schengen Area so long as the Georgian citizen does not exceed the limit of 90 days per 180-day period.

Once the 90 days are over, the Georgian ETIAS holder will be required to exit the Schengen Area.

Georgian citizens who wish to spend more than 90 days within the Schengen borders will have to apply for a long-term European visa. This can be done at the embassy or consulate of the country they plan to reside in.