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TRAVELLING, Travel documents, I am Danish Can I use my Danish driving license as an ID document to travel to Germany. In principle no To establish that you are an EU citizen when crossing internal borders of the EU. you will need a valid travel document i e either your national ID card or a passport A driving. license is not a national ID card which can be used as a travel document regardless whether it can. be used as such in your country for identification purposes and even if your country does not. deliver official ID cards On exceptional basis border guards may grant you entry on the basis of. your driving license but it would be unsafe to rely on that. I am German and I reside in Italy To travel to France can I use the ID card delivered to me. by the Italian authorities, No That card even if it is called an ID card is in fact only a residence document and it cannot. replace your German ID card or passport On exceptional basis border guards may grant you entry. on the basis of your Italian residence document but it would be unsafe to rely on that. I am flying from Belgium to Spain soon and I realize that my ID card will expire before my. return date My passport has already expired What can I do. In principle your travel document needs to be valid throughout your trip abroad You can run the. risk of relying on flexibility often shown for documents not expired for more than five years. however to be on the safe side if there is no time to have either document renewed you had better. check in advance with the Spanish consular services and the airline that they will accept your. expired ID card along with a certificate of renewal delivered by the Belgian authorities. I am taking my baby child to present him to my parents back in Poland Does he need to. have a travel document of his own, Yes even your baby needs a travel document In principle up to a certain age your child may be. included in your passport instead of having a travel document of his own However you should in. any case seek confirmation from the local authorities in your country of residence and or. destination whether the inclusion of a child in the mother s or father s passport is sufficient since. some countries do require a separate travel document. My fifteen year old son an EU citizen is going to travel with a friend s family to their. summer house in Italy Will it be sufficient for him to carry his passport or ID card or does. he need something else, It will depend on your place of residence Some national legislations require the parents to sign an. authorisation for their children to leave the country of residence without them You are advised to. enquire with the local authorities of your place of residence but also with the consular services of. the country of destination, My spouse is a non EU national and he has joined me an EU citizen in the UK His passport.
is being withheld by the UK authorities in the process of his application for a residence. permit and this has been going on for months now Is it normal that in the meantime we. cannot travel together to other EU countries, Yes he needs his passport to travel However an undue delay in withholding the passport may. represent an obstacle to the right of the EU citizen and family members to move and reside freely. so you should invite the UK authorities to return the passport as soon as possible. I am French and I plan to travel to Austria Do I need to carry a valid travel document with. me even if both countries belong to the Schengen area. Yes Even though systematic border controls have been abolished between Schengen countries. spot checks are still possible at the border and inside the territory of the country of destination. Besides if you are travelling by plane or by boat the carrier is likely to ask for valid French ID. card or passport, As an EU citizen travelling to another EU country can I be denied entry because I have. forgotten my passport or identity card, No border guards may not return you back without giving you reasonable time to have your. passport or identity card brought to you You should also be granted entry on exceptional basis if. you can produce documentary evidence that you are an EU citizen by establishing your identity. and nationality In any event it would be unsafe to rely on this and travel without a valid travel. I was denied boarding on a flight within Schengen by the airline staff because I did not carry. a valid ID card or passport Can they do that, The systematic border controls that have been abolished within Schengen are those carried out by. border police Airline companies continue to request proof of identity upon check in for other. purposes e g to combat terrorism by making sure they know who is boarding the plane and it is. unsafe to count on their flexibility to accept expired documents or other types of ID. Must I carry my passport or national ID card with me at all times during my trip to another. EU country, It would be advisable to do so as you should be always able to demonstrate that you have a right of.
residence as an EU citizen, I am an Indian national resident in Ireland I will be travelling to different European. countries this summer I heard about a uniform Schengen visa Is it true that I don t need. to apply for separate visas even if I wish to visit several countries. Indeed you will need just one visa to travel within the Schengen area for a maximum of 90 days in. a six month period The uniform Schengen short stay visa is currently valid for the following. countries Austria Belgium Czech Republic Denmark Estonia Finland France Germany. Greece Hungary Iceland Italy Latvia Lithuania Luxembourg Malta Netherlands Norway. Poland Portugal Slovakia Slovenia Spain Switzerland and Sweden. Where should I apply for a Schengen visa, To check if you need to hold a Schengen visa and where to apply for one contact the embassy or. consulate of the country which is your only destination your main destination i e where you will. spend the longest period of time or if you do not have a main destination your first point of. entry If you do not need a visa for the Schengen country which is your main destination or first. point of entry do not forget to verify whether you need a visa for the other Schengen countries you. wish to visit, Can I return one or more times to the Schengen uniform visa area within the six month. Yes you can If that is your intention you have to apply for a multiple entry Schengen visa This. will allow you to enter the Schengen area as often as necessary within the six month period with. the total number of days spent there not exceeding 90. I am Italian and my husband and children are Colombian nationals Will they need a visa to. travel with me from Brazil where we live to Spain, They will need a visa because Colombia is on the list of countries whose nationals require a visa. However as family members of an EU citizen travelling with you they have a right to obtain the. visa and can get it free of charge and under an accelerated procedure Besides a uniform short stay. visa will be valid for all countries of the Schengen area. What if I want to travel with my family from Colombia to Italy my home country Will EU. rules not apply then, Until recently the reply would have been clearly no on grounds that since Italy is your own.
country and since you do not qualify as EU citizen having exercised his her rights of free. movement within the EU before returning to Italy your family rights there are defined by Italian. not EU legislation However recent EU Court jurisprudence appears to change the perspective by. defining EU citizens family rights with reference to fundamental rights not free movement rights. If this is confirmed you should be able to claim such rights regardless of having moved within the. And what if we want to travel with non EU wife from Italy my home country where we both. live to the UK Would she need to apply for a UK visa. Unless your wife holds a Residence card of a family member of a Union citizen issued under EU. rules not a residence permit issued under Italian law she will have to apply for a visa if her. nationality is subject to it since the UK is not a Schengen country and thus the principle of mutual. recognition of short stay visas does not apply to the UK This visa must however still be issued. free of charge and as soon as possible and on the basis of an accelerated procedure. I am an EU citizen and my wife is a non EU citizen living with me in the Netherlands where. she works She will need to go to other EU countries for her work for a couple of weeks Will. she need a visa, It depends on where she intends to travel If she intends to go to a non Schengen country and if. her country is on the list of countries whose nationals require a visa to enter this non Schengen. country check this with the relevant consular services she will need a visa She will not be able. to rely on EU rules to the effect that the visa should be free and delivered swiftly since she will. not be travelling with you or joining you If instead she intends to travel to Schengen countries she. can use her Dutch residence permit together with her passport as equivalent to a visa. Right of entry, I was expelled from France some years ago after being convicted there That was before my. country joined the EU Could I still be denied entry today. As an EU citizen you are free to enter and reside subject to some conditions in the other EU. countries This fundamental right of free movement can be restricted on grounds of public security. public health and public order However this restriction must be interpreted strictly and it is only. on grounds of present and serious threat to public security that you can be forbidden to enter. France or any other country The mere existence of past convictions is not sufficient If you are. still subject to an exclusion order you may submit an application for its lifting after a reasonable. period depending on the circumstances and in any event after three years after your expulsion by. putting forward arguments to establish that there has been a material change in the circumstances. which justified your expulsion, I am Swedish and I live in France with my Chinese partner I want to go on a trip to Sweden. with him Does he have the right to enter the country as member of the family of an EU. Since you are returning to Sweden your own country as resident in another EU member state you. are in a position to invoke family rights under EU law However it remains to be seen whether. your partner can be assimilated to your spouse for family rights and this is to be examined under. Swedish legislation not French legislation or the legislation of any other country where you are. possibly registered as partners, Passenger rights and package holidays. Can I take my wheelchair or crutches with me onboard an aircraft. Yes if your flight is inside the EU or to the EU if it is an EU carrier or from the EU you can take. up to two personal assistance devices with you in the luggage hold e g a wheelchair and a pair of. crutches However the possibility to use them or to take them with you onto the aircraft cabin is. subject to applicable safety rules and to the size of the plane You may therefore not be denied. boarding because of your reduced mobility unless the aircraft is physically too small or because of. safety concerns If you want to receive free assistance at all stages of your journey including help. to board the plane and in terminals be sure that you notify your passenger with reduced mobility. condition in advance to the carrier company The same rules apply to travelling by plane or by. My flight from Mexico to Madrid was delayed and I arrived in Madrid with a delay of more. than 3 hours What sort of compensation can I claim. If you travel from a third country to an EU EEA Swiss airport EU law applies only if the airline. you fly with is an EU EEA Swiss airline In this case your airline should always inform you about. your rights and the reason for any denied boarding cancellation or long delay If the delay at. departure is of more than 2 3 or 4 hours according to the length of the flight you are entitled to. care by the airline in relation to the waiting time phone call refreshments meal accommodation. transportation to the place of accommodation In addition if you get to your final destination with. a delay of three hours or more you may under certain conditions be entitled to compensation of. between 125 and 600 depending on the distance of the flight and the delays experienced unless. the airline can prove that the delay was caused by extraordinary circumstances. I have asked for the reimbursement of my ticket but this was refused Was that legal. Maybe Only if you were denied boarding if your flight was cancelled or delayed for more than 5. hours you would have had the right to have your unused ticket reimbursed if you decide not to. continue your journey Besides if necessary you have the right to be flown back to where you. originally started your journey You could instead have asked to be rerouted to your final. destination In the latter case you would have been entitled to reasonable care e g refreshments. meals and communications such as a free phone call and maybe an overnight stay depending on. the flight distance and the length of delay suffered. I was denied boarding on an EU flight Can I claim reimbursement and compensation. Maybe In case of denied boarding e g due to overbooking the rules regarding re routing and. Frequently Asked Questions and Answers on citizens EU rights Disclaimer These questions and answers have been prepared by ECAS the Commission s external contractor running the Your Europe Advice service and were finalized on 11 October 2011 The answers have been double checked However this document does not constitute an official document of the European Commission or any other EU

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