European Union approved the measures to simplify abolition of visa free regime
Measures will be undertaken in relation to registered frequent abuse of visa free regime
Ministers of Interior of the European Union approved the measures to simplify the abolition of visa free regime, reports AFP.
These measures will be undertaken in relation to countries with the liberalized visa regime and registered frequent abuse of this. Canceling visa free regime will be possible due to a significant increase in applications for a residence permit from any country or frequent violations of law by the emigrants from it.
Also visa free regime may be canceled if the country refuses to accept the deportees, who are seeking asylum. Also, in light of the threat to public safety and order visa-free regime may be canceled too.
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