You must have a passport valid for at least 6 months after your planned departure from the United States (unless this is excluded by country-specific agreements). For families, each member of your family, including infants and children, must have their own passport. With the exception of Belgium (2 months), all bilateral agreements between New Zealand and the EU allow stays of up to 90 days and, in most cases, all passports are accepted. Ticket holders for UEFA Euro 2020 matches in St. Petersburg can enter Russia without a visa during the 2021 Games. [111] [112] [113] (c) Recognised refugees and stateless persons as well as other persons who are not nationals of a country, who are staying longer in a Member State and who hold a travel document issued by that Member State may stay within six months without a visa. `Member States` means the Schengen Member States; the ten States acceded to the European Union on 1 May 2004, as did Romania, Bulgaria and Croatia. If a person exempted from the law because of their diplomatic or military presence in one of the seven countries will be denied their ESTA, they can visit the CBP website or contact the CBP Information Center. The traveler can also apply for a non-immigration visa from a U.S. embassy or consulate. Twelve nations have bilateral agreements with Australia. One of them can be useful for many travelers is the bilateral agreement between Australia and Germany on visa waiver.

This regime allows Australians with each passport to apply for a stay in Germany for 3 months, regardless of the time already spent in the Schengen area. Access to the port of St. Petersburg by regular ferry can only be done from the ports of Tallinn (Estonia) or Helsinki (Finland). . . .

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