What Information Will Canadians Need to Provide?
Canadians will need to fill out an online form to corroborate their documentation.
This too should be easy enough, as the questions are generally on personal information
- Detailed travel itinerary
- Date of birth
- Full name
- Parents basic information
- Past travel to Europe.
Other questions screen Canadians to ensure that the Schengen area is kept safe from
threats. They are on if the applicant has…
- Human trafficking connections
- Connections to terrorist groups
- Travelled to conflict zones
- Background in the illegal drugs or weapons trade
Cross-references of Canadians' answers with their documentation and security
databases will define which Canadians are awarded with an ETIAS.
With a correctly filled out application, Canadians will be successful an overwhelming
95% of the time. Most approvals happen very quickly within one working day.
Occasionally, the EU will not be able to accept an application without more
documentation. Once the documentation has been provided, Canadians can expect a
response within three working days.