Travel document

 

WINFLY WARNS:

Before departure, you must verify which are necessary documents both identity and health card to enter in the Country you are directed, to avoid the entry ban.

For more details, visit the site: www.viaggiaresicuri.it

SCHENGEN AREA:

Following the Schengen Convention came into force in 1995 have been abolished internal controls between the signatory states. The agreement made it possible to standardize the control procedures along the border and has also resulted in the adoption of common rules on visas and asylum in order to allow the free movement of persons within the signatory countries.

Passengers who have chosen as their destination a State of the Schengen area will have to show a valid identity valid and valid for travel abroad. The countries which fully apply the Schengen Agreement are: Austria, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden , Hungary, Iceland, Norway, Liechtenstein, Croatia and Switzerland (which are not yet fully to the EU).

Sweden, the last country to have joined the Schengen Agreement, opened its land borders in 2008 and the air at the end of March 2009. Ireland and the United Kingdom have not signed the agreement.

Cyprus, which joined the EU in 2004 and Bulgaria and Romania, which joined in 2007, do not yet fully participate in Schengen.

You'll then need to show a passport or identity card to bring to you in these countries. The driver's license is not valid for travel abroad. For more information visit theMinistry of Foreign Affairs website.

 

FLIGHTS FOR USA:

As of 12 January, 2009, travellers seeking to enter the United States, must fill in an on-line application for ESTA - Electronic System for Travel Authorization under the Visa Waiver Program.

Updated information about the requirements for entering the United States are available at:

- AMERICAN EMBASSY
- DEPARTMENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
- POLICE Web site: www.poliziadistato.it

- Ministry for Foreign Affairs website: www.esteri.it


 

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