Poland in Schengen Zone

Document Sample
Poland in Schengen Zone Powered By Docstoc
					Poland in Schengen Zone
Schengen Agreement

   The term Schengen
    Agreement is used for two
    agreements concluded between
    European states in 1985 and
    1990 which deal with the
    abolition of systematic border
    controls between the
    participating countries.
    Travel without internal border
               controls

   Before the implementation of the Schengen
    II Agreement, citizens of western Europe
    could travel to neighbouring countries by
    showing their national ID card or passport
    at the border. Nationals of some countries
    were required to have separate visas for
    every country in Europe; thus, a vast
    network of border posts existed around the
    continent which disrupted traffic and
    trade—causing delays and costs to both
    businesses and visitors.
Possible benefits:

   new career chances
   tourism development
   no customs – cheap and easy
    trade
   new qualifications and
    experiences gaining
   improving foreign languages
    command

				
DOCUMENT INFO
Shared By:
Categories:
Tags:
Stats:
views:3
posted:3/17/2012
language:English
pages:4