After its introduction in November 2023, nationals from more than 50 visa-exempt countries will be eligible to receive an ETIAS travel authorization. The ETIAS will provide access to the Schengen Area.
Learn who need and who does not require an ETIAS visa waiver to travel to the EU.
WHICH COUNTRIES WILL BE REQUIRED TO APPLY FOR ETIAS?
Citizens of all visa-exempt nations outside the European Union will be required to submit an ETIAS application prior to entering the Schengen Area.
An ETIAS allows entrance into the Schengen Area for European countries. At their bilateral borders, these nations do not conduct passport inspections.
All EU nations, as well as Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, and Switzerland, are members of ETIAS. Monaco, San Marino, and Vatican City are also listed as microstates. ETIAS will also be valid for travel to Schengen countries such as Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, and Romania.
Please keep in mind that the European Commission has not yet finalised the list of ETIAS nations below. More nations are expected to be added to the list in the future.