ETIAS Applications for British People
The EU will test if a British person fits these requirements with their
rigorous application process.
To test if the British person is a terrorist, they will ask if the British
person has terrorist affiliations and if they have had any terrorist
convictions in the last 25 years.
To check if the British person is involved in human trafficking, they will
ask for affiliations to such organisations and convictions.
The criminality of a British person will be tested by asking if they have
in the last 15 years.
To check if the British person is a risk to public health, the EU will ask
if they carry any infectious diseases.
To check that a Birtish person is a full naturalised citizen who has the
right to travel, the EU will ask for a biometric passport and a proof of
address. British people will likely have needed proof of addresses before
to register for local services such as their GP. They will be used to finding
three months of bank statements or utility bills that show where they live.
The EU will be hyper-cautious with ETIAS, especially since they planned it
in 2016, one of the worst years for terrorism in Europe in history. Therefore,
Britons who must answer any of these questions are unlikely to successfully
apply for ETIAS
British people must not attempt to obscure their criminal, terrorist, or
human trafficking past, as the EU will carry out rigorous cross-checks with
Interpol databases. The discovery of falsified information will do an applicant