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Portugal ETIAS for Citizens of Micronesia
4 min read
Updated on Dec 19, 2023

Citizens of Micronesia already know that going to Portugal is not hard to plan for, since it is one of the countries that is currently not required to get a visa for entry to the Schengen Area. However, you should note that by 2022, you are required to obtain a travel authorization to enter Portugal and the other Schengen Area member states.

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Since 2016, the European Commission has been discussing ways to strengthen border controls in the Schengen Zone. This is due to the increase in terrorism and illegal immigration within the Zone. A new system called the ETIAS will be launched by 2022. The acronym stands for European Travel Information and Authorization System.

Micronesians should apply for and obtain the Portugal ETIAS for citizens of Micronesia before their scheduled date of arrival. Luckily, the system and the application form are available online and there is no need for an appointment at the embassy/consulate.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why is it important for me to apply for a Portugal ETIAS for Citizens of Micronesia?

Citizens of Micronesia are obliged to apply for the travel authorization as imposed by the European Commission. The travelers will be screened and their information assessed before they enter the Schengen Zone. Portugal ETIAS for citizens of Micronesia is actually linked to the databases of security and law enforcement agencies like the SIS, VIS, and the Interpol. This helps them avoid any problems at the airport and while they are inside Schengen territory. The system will help the authorities to track possible risks. This will make your trip a secure one.

The ETIAS is only available for non-Schengen countries that are part of the visa waiver agreement. Citizens from these countries can enter anywhere in the Schengen Area without the aid of a visa.

What countries consist of the Schengen Area?

The Schengen Area consists of 26 countries. Portugal ETIAS for citizens of Micronesia can be used to enter these counties, which are: Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, and Switzerland.

Bear in mind that if you travel to several countries in the Schengen Area, you must enter the first country you’ll arrive at in the ETIAS travel authorization. In this case, using the Portugal ETIAS for citizens of Micronesia means that the initial destination selected on the application form should be Portugal.

As a citizen of Micronesia, how long can I stay in the Schengen Area?

Citizens of Micronesia can stay in Schengen Area countries like Portugal for a total of no more than 90 days, included within a 180-day period. The allowable stay accumulated for all Schengen countries must not exceed the total of 90 days, or else you will be slapped with penalties that might include a revocation of your authorization.

What is the validity period of Portugal ETIAS for Citizens of Micronesia?

The ETIAS is valid for citizens of Micronesia for 3 continuous years. In other words, you can enjoy traveling to the Schengen Area without worrying about getting a new one once you exit the region. However, please take into consideration that the Portugal ETIAS for citizens of Micronesia can only remain valid if the passport used on the ETIAS application form is still valid.

The passport used in the ETIAS application is electronically linked to it. All the information just like the passport number of your passport shown on the bio page will be incorporated into the ETIAS.

I would like to know more about ETIAS, where can I contact you?

We recommend that you reach out to us through chat since it is the easiest way to talk to one of our customer service representatives. You may also email us at [email protected]. We are ready to assist you anytime.

If everything is settled and I’m ready to apply, where can I get the ETIAS?

iVisa.com can help you with the processing of your ETIAS. With our simple application form, it will be a simple matter for you to provide the information needed. And our experts review each application to make sure that everything is good before submission.

  • iVisa is NOT affiliated with any government agency. This site does not provide legal advice and we are not a law firm. None of our customer service representatives are lawyers and they also do not provide legal advice. We are a private, internet-based travel and immigration consultancy provider dedicated to helping individuals travel around the world. You may apply by yourself directly on the various government websites. The source of information: https://vistos.mne.gov.pt/en/national-visas/general-information/type-of-visa
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