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The Schengen Area is a group of 26 European countries that have abolished passport and immigration controls at their common borders. The Schengen area consists of 22 member states of the European Union (EU) and four member states of the European Free Trade Association (EFTA). It works almost like a single country for international travel purposes, with its own common visa policy covering things like short term visits and some types of work visas.

Short Story The Schengen Area was created on the basis of the Schengen Agreement (named after the city in Luxembourg where it was signed) and led to the creation of the borderless area of ​​Europe in 1995. The treaty was signed on June 14, 1985 by five of the then ten member states of the European Economic Community. It proposed the gradual abolition of border controls at the common borders. Measures proposed included controls on vehicles at reduced speeds, allowing vehicles to cross borders without stopping, giving residents in border areas the freedom to cross borders outside fixed checkpoints, and harmonizing visa policies.

Changes In 1990 the agreement was supplemented by the Schengen Agreement, which provided for the abolition of controls at internal borders and a common visa policy. For international travel purposes, the Schengen area works very much like a single state with external border controls for travelers entering and leaving the area and shared visas, but without controls at internal borders.

https://www.immigration-residency.eu/counsel/schengen-area/

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