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Frequently Asked Questions
Yes. Canadian citizens will need ETIAS to visit the EU/Schengen Area countries (except Ireland) once ETIAS is implemented.
ETIAS is set to be launched in November 2023.
ETIAS enables you to travel inside the EU for 90 days every 180 days.
No. If you plan to study in Europe, you must apply for a national visa (Type D) or a residence permit card.
No. ETIAS only allows you to visit the EU/Schengen Area for short-term purposes, like leisure, business, or medical.
Yes. Although kids up to 12 are exempt from paying the application fee, parents or legal guardians still must apply for their ETIAS authorization.