05/12/2022

Netherlands Lifts Europe Travel Ban From EU List Netherlands Lifts Ban To Third Country Nationals

Netherlands Lifts Europe Travel Ban From EU List: Netherlands Lifts Ban To Third Country Nationals

Netherlands Lifts Ban To Third Country Nationals As Eu Recommended
The Netherlands lifts Entry Ban for Residents of 15 Third-Countries

The Dutch government has decided to lift the entry ban on the residents of 15 third-countries, in compliance with the recommendation of the European Council published on June 30, which categorises these countries as safe.

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Netherlands Lifts Ban To Third Country Nationals As Eu Recommended
The Netherlands lifts Entry Ban for Residents of 15 Third-Countries

Starting July 1, 2020, the Netherlands opened their external borders allowing permanent residents of the following countries to enter the territory:

Algeria,
Australia,
Canada,
Georgia,
Japan,
Montenegro,
Morocco,
New Zealand,
Rwanda,
Serbia,
South Korea,
Thailand,
Tunisia
Uruguay

It also notes that the ban on travellers from China will be lifted once China allows EU residents to enter its territory.

The list of third-countries ranked as safe will be reviewed by the EU Council every two weeks, and will be updated in agreement with the Member States, mainly based on the epidemiological situation in each third-country.

“The number of new infections must remain at or below approximately 19 per 100,000 inhabitants. Consideration will also be given to contact tracing efforts, and the number of coronavirus tests carried out,”

“Consideration will also be given to contact tracing efforts, and the number of coronavirus tests carried out,” – the Dutch government

Currently, all EU residents (including British nationals) and their family members, as well as nationals of Norway, Iceland, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, San Marino, Monaco, Vatican City and Andorra, and their family members can enter the Netherlands without any restrictions.

No third-country citizen has been eligible to enter the Netherlands for non-essential purposes since March 19 to minimise spread of the virus

Third-country nationals who are exempted from the ban are listed below:

* Healthcare professionals
* Cross-border commuters
* Highly skilled migrants
* People working in the transport of goods and other transport workers
* Diplomats
* Members of the armed forces
* Staff members of international and humanitarian organisations
* People with exceptional reasons to visit their family, i.e. to visit a terminally ill family member and to attend their funeral
* Transit passengers travelling to a third country via the Netherlands or another Schengen country
* People who require international protection
* People admitted on humanitarian grounds
* Seafarers in possession of a seaman’s record book
* Students

Only recently, on June 15, the Netherlands reopened its borders to several EU and Schengen Countries.

Meanwhile, the country has closed its Visa Application Centres in the UK until further notice.

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