This may seem trivial, but there are a number of errors that can be made in the preparation, review, submission and payment of your ETIAS application form. Below you will find a number of ETIAS application guidelines to assist applicants with their application, to ensure that errors are not made that could negatively affect the outcome of an application.
Filing the ETIAS Application Form
Read each question or statement carefully on the ETIAS form to understand what the question requires before providing an answer.
Answer each question on the ETIAS application form as honestly as possible. Do not try to change your answers based on what you think will likely result in approval of the application. Automated systems used to process electronic visa and visa waiver applications verify applicants' data in a number of different databases to ensure that the information provided by the applicants matches the information they can obtain from the database. other sources. In addition, providing false information on an application could lead to a refusal to enter the EU border.
Since most visa waiver and online visa waiver requests have a waiting period, such as before the end of the page, you are advised to process your request within 20 minutes, otherwise your information will not be available. not saved. You may receive a notification on the page when your ETIAS asks when your application may expire, although this does not always happen.
Review and submit the application
The accuracy of the biometric data provided on the application form is of critical importance. As you review your application, be sure to check the biometric information such as your name, date of birth, gender, country of citizenship, etc. If you do not do this, your request may be invalidated before you leave. the EU and may result in a refusal to enter Europe.
Once you are sure that the answers and data you provided about your candidate are accurate, submit your application.
Pay for your ETIAS application
When paying your application, make sure that you use a credit card accepted by ETIAS and that there is no blocking, blocking and sufficient funds in your account. If your payment is declined or there is a payment error for any reason, your ETIAS application will probably not be processed or approved.
Regardless of the outcome of your ETIAS application, it is advisable not to perform charge cancellation (or chargeback), as this may result in ETIAS canceling your request due to non-payment.
Other considerations for your ETIAS
Finally, try to stay away from legal issues in the days before your trip as this could affect your ETIAS authorization even if you got your permission before being arrested or sentenced. EU authorities may report your authorization if new data is revealed and your ETIAS may be revoked or canceled.