Orase: BUCURESTI Strainatate
Industrie: Altele

Around 1.4 billion people from 60 countries worldwide can currently benefit from visa-free travel to the European Union. With the ever-increasing number of travellers, the biggest challenge for border authorities in the EU is to ensure smooth movement of legitimate travellers, while detecting any illegal activity at the borders.

This is why the EU set up the European Travel Information and Authorisation System (ETIAS), dedicated to the non-EU travellers who are exempt from the visa requirement. ETIAS will help verify the applications of the travellers coming from those countries to assess whether they are entitled to enter the Schengen Area.

ETIAS will contribute to optimise border control procedures on arrival, shortening the time needed to cross the Union’s borders. It will strengthen border management, reinforce the EU visa liberalisation policy and help prevent illegal immigration. It will also contribute to the fight against terrorism and organised crime.

Currently, ETIAS is in the development phase and is expected to become operational at the end of 2022. The next two years will be crucial for the creation of this system. ETIAS-related entities at Frontex are the ETIAS and Interoperability Task Force and the ETIAS Central Unit.
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