Visa Facilitation Agreement Eu

3. The diplomatic and consular missions of the Member States and of the Republic of Azerbaijan shall issue to the categories of persons referred to in paragraph 2 of this Article multiple entry visas with a period of validity of at least two years and a maximum period of five years, provided that they have benefited, during the previous two years, one-year entry visas for multiple entries in accordance with the entry and residence laws of the State visited; unless the need or intention to travel frequently or regularly is manifestly limited to a shorter period; in this case, the period of validity of the multiple-entry visa shall be limited to that period. 2. The diplomatic and consular missions of the Member States and of the Russian Federation shall issue multiple entry visas of up to one year to the following categories of citizens, provided that they have obtained at least one visa in the previous year, have used it in accordance with the legislation on entry and stay in the territory of the State visited and have grounds for applying for the visa. Multiple-entry visa: Regulation (EU) 2019/592 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 10 Regulation (EU) 2018/1806 amending Regulation (EU) 2018/1806 on the list of third countries whose nationals must be in the visa to cross the external borders and the list of third countries whose nationals are exempt from that visa requirement (OJ L 347, 24.12.2019, p. 1). L 103I ) 12.4.2019, p. 1-4) Agreement between the European Union and the Republic of Armenia on the Facilitation of the Issuance of Visas (Official Gazette of the European Union, 31 October 2013 No L 289/2) In November 2013, the European Union and the Republic of Azerbaijan signed the Agreement on Visa Facilitation and the Readmission Agreement in February 2014. Both agreements entered into force in September 2014. The mobility partnership between the two countries was signed in December 2013. Agreement between the European Union and the Republic of Moldova amending the Agreement between the European Community and the Republic of Moldova on the facilitation of the issuance of visas (amending the Agreement between the European Community and the Republic of Moldova on the facilitation of the issuance of visas) The visa requirement has also been imposed on nationals of Albania and Bosnia and Herzegovina for stays in the Schengen area of up to 90 days per semester with: Effective December 15, 2010. This only applies to holders of biometric passports.

Nationals who do not hold a biometric passport still need a visa, in which case the above-mentioned visa facilitation agreements apply. DESIRING to facilitate contacts between citizens as an essential condition for the constant development of economic, humanitarian, cultural, scientific and other relations, by granting visas to citizens of the Union and the Republic of Azerbaijan on the basis of reciprocity for the Russian Federation, a citizen of the European Union who has obtained permission to reside temporarily, facilitates a residence permit or an education or work visa for a period of more than 90 days in the Russian Federation, this card is used only for reference purposes. The rules in force on visa requirements are laid down in Regulation No 539/2001. The names used and the presentation of the material on this map do not imply the expression of any opinion of the European Union on the legal status of any country, territory, city or territory or its authorities, or on the delimitation of its borders or borders. Member States which are bound by the Schengen acquis but which do not yet issue Schengen visas shall, pending the corresponding Council decision, issue national visas for that purpose, the validity of which is limited to their own territory. . . .

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