Top ten countries interested in ETIAS Europe
The most significant interest in visa waiver is in Central and South America, Brazil, and Canada, whose citizens will use ETIAS to travel a year later.
Italy, France, and Spain are the most popular destinations in Europe for Canadians, and not only. Citizens who plan to travel to these European countries for various purposes try to find out as much as possible about the new laws. Meaning, that you can view all of the necessary requirements on the website, but this does not conclude that the jurisdiction may not change in the future. We are always adapt and quick to respond to the ever-changing system.
How interest in ETIAS Europe has developed in recent years
In 2016, the United States welcomed the European proposal for a visa waiver and also recognized the benefits of the new security system. The Europe Joint Committee emphasizes that ETIAS visa waivers should not burden carriers.
When did they reach the ETIAS Europe agreement?
Interest in the visa waiver has increased since Europe reached the agreement. In 2018, the Council Presidency and European Parliament representatives agreed on the need for an ETIAS system. A press release released in April 2018 described the system mechanism and steps to be taken.
The Schengen states and the empowered countries are preparing to activate today’s final system. Interest in the new system is growing, and the peak will be by the end of the year. To ensure compatibility with the EES, ETIAS has ETIAS postponed until the end of 2022.
Important points of ETIAS
Our website indicates preparation for the ETIAS system. Given the growing interest from Canadian citizens, and not only, but we can also assume that demand stability in this area will remain.
Over the past year, third-country nationals have demanded more information on ETIAS visa requirements in Europe, among which Canadians predominate.
Europe member states are taking the final steps to implement ETIAS, and national unit units register in the EES and ETIAS systems.
ETIAS will be valid for three years. Canadians who have a valid passport (used when filling out an application) will be able to enter the Schengen area multiple times.
ETIAS will be very important for European tourism. We encourage Canadian citizens to keep an eye on the news and learn about the new regulations as soon as they are published.