Necessary Documentation for ETIAS Applications
Avoiding these common reasons for rejection requires Solomon Islanders to submit the
following documentation, most of which they should have access to already.
- 1. Passport
- 2. Proof of Address
- 3. A digital photograph of themselves that is different from their passportphotograph.
This basic documentation will normally be enough, but sometimes the EU will feel the
need to rectify minor discrepancies by requesting the Solomon Islander supply additional
documentation. They will inform the Solomon Islander exactly what this documentation
is via email, and the applicant will have ten days to supply it.
Solomon Islanders will also have to supply additional documentation if their
application has been rejected. The request will likely be substantially more rigorous,
aiming to gain documentation that draws a holistic picture of the Solomon Islander’s
life. They will have 96 hours to complete the request and should expect four-week-long
delays to their application for every appeal.