In very rare cases, an EU country can refuse entry to you or your family members for reasons of “public policy, public security or public health”.
This means the authorities must prove you or your family members pose a “genuine, present and sufficiently serious threat”.
You are entitled to receive this decision in writing, stating all the grounds, and specifying how you can appeal and by when.
Travellers from Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, North Macedonia, Serbia
In case you do not meet the following requirements, you can be refused or denied entering an EU country:
- You must have a passport that is valid for at least three months after the end of your visit.
- The passport must be issued within the last ten years.
Turkish travellers will need to have a specific VISA according to the country they will visit. They will need to know their travel itinerary in advance. For more information, we advise you to take an appointment to the embassy of the countries you will visit.
The travel team can assist you in case you have specific questions about this. You can use the “Submit a request” section to send your questions.