European Travel Information and Authorization System

Apply for ETIAS Greece from the United Kingdom

ETIAS will be mandatory for UK citizens traveling to Greece as of 2025. UK citizens will be required to apply for ETIAS Greece to travel there and other European countries which are part of ETIAS. In the meantime, we will keep our website updated on any new information regarding ETIAS.

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What is ETIAS?

ETIAS stands for European Travel Information and Authorisation System. It is an electronic scheme, similar to the US ESTA system(Electronic System for Travel Authorization), which aims to monitor visitors and improve border control. ETIAS Greece will be compulsory for all citizens of ETIAS eligible countries who wish to travel to the EU Schengen zone, including Greece. Country citizen is eligible to apply for ETIAS Greece if it is not a member of the EU but does not require a visa to enter it. Countries that fall into this category include the UK, Canada and Australia, among many others.

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Necessary information to apply for ETIAS Greece

Information submitted when you apply for ETIAS Greece application process will be analysed and cross-checked against a number of databases including Interpol, Europol and Schengen Information System (SIS), to establish that the applicant is not a known security threat. If approval is granted to the applicant travelling to Greece from UK, the ETIAS approval will remain valid for three years or until the holder’s passport expires – whichever happens first. If the registered passport expires or is renewed during that time, a new application must be submitted. During the time that ETIAS is valid, the ETIAS holder may enter the Schengen zone an unlimited number of times, as long as the time spent within the Schengen zone does not exceed 90 days within a 180-day period.

Necessary information to apply for ETIAS Greece

The ETIAS application will be a quick process. It should take only a few minutes, and the application will time out after 20 minutes. Other than a valid e-Passport, the requirements on the application include the following:

Biometric information

  • First Name
  • Last Name
  • Last Name at Birth
  • Date of Birth

NATIONALITY information

  • Place of Birth
  • Information Regarding Your Citizenship
  • Address
  • Phone & Email
  • Work Experience and Education
  • First EU Country You Plan to Visit


  • Medical History
  • Criminal History
  • Drug Use or Terrorism
  • Travel to Warzones
  • Travel History
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Cancellation or denial after you apply for ETIAS Greece application

The majority of ETIAS for Greece applications will be approved within minutes, however, occasionally the applicant may be invited to attend an interview or submit additional documentation. In some rare cases, the application may eventually be denied. This could happen for a number of reasons including that the information submitted when you apply for ETIAS Greece may be insubstantial, or the applicant raises legal concerns. Below are some examples of when an ETIAS application may be denied:

  • The applicant’s travel document has been reported as stolen, misappropriated, or invalidated by the Schengen Information System (SIS).
  • The applicant poses a security threat.
  • The applicant presents a high epidemic risk.
  • The applicant is a potential danger to illegal immigration.
  • There are reasonable doubts about the authenticity of the information and supporting documents provided by the applicant.
  • The applicant does not attend an additional interview if required.
  • The applicant fails to respond to a request to obtain additional information or documentation within the given deadline.
  • The person applying is one for whom there is an alert in SIS that may prevent them from entering or staying.