The most ridiculous thing ever! Brexit travelers continue to face new visa fees to come to EU

Britons will have to pay more to travel to Europe, as a new "visa-free" fee will be introduced after Brexit. specifically, Britons will have to pay to come to Europe when the new EU visa fees apply after Brexit. It will cost an extra £5 to travel to Europe. In addition to the new visa rules regarding the UK's freedoms of movement to the EU after Brexit. Regulations are tightened when British nationals can only visit Europe for 90 days. This makes planning a long holiday in Europe difficult for Brexiteers. This is the latest fee and the first to be applied after Brexit. The rule will be enforced next year and it will affect traveling to any of the 27 European Union countries. Britons will need a visa waiver issued through the European Travel Information and Authorization System if they are traveling for less than 90 days in a 180-day period. It will cost €7, or about £5, The Mirror reports. It will apply to visitors aged 18 to 70 years old. Britons will have to pay regardless of whether they travel by plane, car or boat. A statement on the ETIAS website explains: "The European Union has created this visa waiver program to protect and strengthen its borders. The main goal of the ETIAS visa waiver for Europe is to identify possible threats or risks associated with travelers traveling to any of the ETIAS visa waivers. the Schengen Area Countries. Applications must be completed at least 96 hours prior to departure. Travelers will be asked to provide information about their identity, passport, education, job, recent travel and criminal history - including whether they have ever been asked to leave the country. "The ETIAS Visa Waiver Program will be needed for entry into a Schengen member country. From May 2023, all visitors who do not currently need a visa to Europe will have to apply for an ETIAS travel authorization. ." The new system was expected to be rolled out this year, but it was delayed by the European Union's new Immigration System, to be launched later this year. The new digital system will check the person's name, biometric data and date and place of entry and exit. With these new visa regulations, it is more or less difficult for Britons who want to come to Europe when this new law is applied. This has more or less caused tourism chaos unnecessarily. The people of Brexit should be able to move freely and not have to pay any fees to get to Europe. However, it was Brexit that lost their European citizenship. They were now a country outside the union. What they get now is exactly what they voted for. One audience member sarcastically commented: Ha BREXIT it is great for some, more paperwork, more Bureaucracy, more costs, special insurance ...... Happy to live in the EU

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