What can be expected from electronic EU border checks

By Maria Fernanda Gandarez (July 22, 2022, 6:13 p.m. EDT) – Starting in the spring of 2023, U.S. companies that regularly send employees overseas to Europe will need to be much more aware of how often their employees travel and the way as long as they stay in the Schengen area.

Although travel will not become much more difficult for US citizens, the new systems introduced will mean that travelers who previously did not need any documents other than their passport will have to apply for a visa waiver before departure.

Due to the growing problems and existing shortcomings inherent in the European Union’s current border and security management systems, the European Parliament…

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