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The launch of the European Union’s new border control Entry/Exit System has been delayed and is now expected to debut in late 2023.
Additional Information: The EES differs from the European Travel Information and Authorization System, which will require travelers from the 63 countries currently approved to travel into the EU visa-free to register for a visa waiver before arriving in the Schengen area. The registration will cost €7 (free for travelers under 18 or over 70) and will last three years. ETIAS is expected to launch in November 2023.
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