Eu Cape Verde Visa Facilitation Agreement

In the case of citizens who are part of the States with which the European Community or Romania has concluded agreements facilitating the issuance of transit and short-stay visas, the Romanian visa may be issued on the basis of the supporting documents indicated in those agreements, depending on the status of the applicant and the purpose of the trip. Joint Declaration on the harmonisation of information on the procedures for issuing short-stay visas and on the documents to be provided when applying for a short-stay visa If, however, the need or intention to travel frequently or regularly is clearly limited to a shorter stay, the validity of the multiple-entry visa shall be limited to that stay; in particular if, in addition, the Visa Code provides for certain horizontal facilities as regards the supporting documents to be provided by regular travellers. Article 14(6) provides that certain supporting documents `may be abandoned in the case of an applicant known for his integrity and reliability, including the lawful use of previous visas, if there is no doubt that he will satisfy the requirements of Article 6(1) of the Schengen Borders Code when crossing the external borders of the Member States`. Other visa facilitation agreements concluded by the EU with third countries set the general visa fee at EUR 35. This amount has been taken into account in previous negotiating directives, taking into account the visa fee of 60 EUROS in the Visa Code. The agreement with Cabo Verde does not contain any provision for a reduction in general visa fees. The revised agreement is part of the Union`s common policy on visas for short-stay stays of up to 90 days in a period of 180 days. . . .

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