IMPACT — MEDIUM
The Home Office has provided additional guidance for travelers required to apply for Electronic Travel Authorization.
Additional Information: ETA will be valid for two years (or to the expiration date of the applicant’s passport, if sooner) for multiple entry into the country. Individuals who are denied ETA must apply for a Standard Visitor visa, Temporary Work – Creative Worker visa or transit visa. More information regarding ETA is available here.
BAL Analysis: The Home Office is introducing ETA to increase border security and improve travel for those who do not need a visa to enter the country. ETA is set to replace the current Electronic Visa Waiver Scheme, which requires visitors to the United Kingdom from Gulf Cooperation Council countries to pay a higher cost for a single-use visit.
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