Entering spain as a tourist and staying 2021
Since May 1, 2005, I have been traveling the world as a backpacker to document the hospitality and daily life of the most unusual destinations through my chronicles. I write travel books to contribute to the nomadic revolution.
This post tries to answer some of the most frequently asked questions I receive. How many days can I travel in Europe? Can I stay more than 90 days in Europe? Which countries are in the Schengen zone? Can I leave and re-enter? We are going to approach each topic in parts to try to elucidate these rules, sometimes changing, whose ignorance can limit our trip or, directly, make us deported or penalize our passport.
Thus, when you enter a Schengen country, you will be able to travel through all the other member countries without passport control. And if you are a citizen of a country that requires a Schengen visa, you do not need to apply for a separate visa for each member country you are going to visit.
Let’s start by analyzing the entry requirements. Apart from the fact that Argentines do not need a visa to enter Europe, this entry is always subject to the criteria of the immigration officer on duty, who may request it, regardless of nationality (unless you have a European passport).
What happens if I stay more than 90 days in Europe?
These are the answers to some of the most frequently asked questions I receive. Leave your questions, experiences or advice in the comments so we can expand this post, but please keep in mind that I cannot answer every single immigration case.
It depends on where you are going. The passport is the identification document needed to travel abroad. If you are traveling within your country you do not need it, and in some cases you do not need it to travel to neighboring countries or countries in the region, for example:
– if you are a citizen of the European Union you can move around EU countries without a passport -with some form of valid identification-. If you are traveling to any other country in the world, you need a passport with at least six months of validity.
Section 7 paragraph 1 sentence 3 of the Residence Act (aufenthaltsgesetz).
Perhaps you have already asked yourself: when is the right time to renew your passport? The answer is not as simple as “after expiration of the validity period”. On the contrary, you should not wait until the document expires to apply for a new one.
If your passport does not meet the requirements for the country you are going to enter, it is very likely that you will not even be able to board the plane. So the best thing to do is to be attentive and get your passport renewed if and when necessary. You don’t want to lose the opportunity to travel because of a lack of attention, do you?
As you saw in the list above, the longest period of validity required is 6 months after returning to your country of origin. So we recommend you to apply for a new passport in your country of origin always about 6 months before the expiration date of the document.
Remember that the stamps and records of your old passport will not be in the new one, so sometimes it will be necessary to travel with both (the old and the new passport), as in cases where you have a valid American visa stamped in the old passport.
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No, every citizen born in Venezuela must leave the national territory with a valid Venezuelan passport, regardless of having a second nationality. This second passport (European) will be used at the moment of entering your destination country, but not to leave Venezuela.
The Schengen territory or Schengen area is a group of 26 European countries, where common border controls have been abolished, that is to say, migratorily it is considered a single large country.
No, unless you have a passport and / or residence of that country, you must buy round trip and respect the maximum length of stay of tourists in that country. Please check the entry requirements directly with the embassy of the country of interest as they are constantly changing.
The pets that airlines accept without problem are the most common, dogs and cats, and for more exotic animals such as turtles, birds, ferrets, etc. better check the specific regulations of each country and airline.
There are breeds of dogs considered dangerous, with which you can travel but you must take special care, i.e., place a muzzle throughout the trip, these breeds are: Pit Bull Terrier, Staffordshire Bull Terrier, American Staffodshire Terrier, Rottweiler, Dogo Argentino, Fila Brasileiro, Tosa Inu and Akita Inu.