Who needs ETIAS?

Passport holders currently not needing a Schengen Visa

Who needs ETIAS? Currently, nationals of the following 54 countries do not need a Schengen visa to travel to the countries of the European Union. However, with the arrival of ETIAS in 2020, it is likely that passport holders in these countries will require an ETIAS exemption to travel to Europe for tourist, commercial or transit purposes for a short stay of 90 days. days over any 180-day period.

  Albanie

  Antigua-et-Barbuda

  Argentine

  Australie

  Bahamas

  Barbade

  Bosnie Herzégovine

  Brésil

  Brunei Darussalam

  Canada

  Chili

  Colombie

  Costa Rica

  Dominique

  Le Salvador

  Grenade

  Guatemala

  Honduras

  Israël

  Japon

  Kiribati

  Macao

  Macédoine, ex-Yougoslave

  Malaisie

  Iles Marshall

  Maurice

  Mexique

  Micronésie

  République de Moldavie

  Monténégro

  Nouvelle-Zélande

  Nicaragua

  Palau

  Panama

  Paraguay

  Pérou

  Samoa

  les Seychelles

  Serbie

  Singapour

  Les îles Salomon

  Corée du Sud

  Saint-Christophe-et-Niévès

  Sainte-Lucie

  Saint-Vincent-et-les-Grenadines

  Taïwan

  Timor-Leste

  Tonga

  Trinité-et-Tobago

  Tuvalu

  Emirats Arabes Unis

  Les États-Unis d'Amérique

  Uruguay

  Vanuatu

  Venezuela