EU Frontex and Illegal immigration,

Schengen Borders Code
This regulation is intended to improve the legislative part of the integrated border management European Union policy by setting out the rules on the border control of persons crossing EU external borders and on the temporary reintroduction of border control at internal borders.
ACT
562/2006 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 15 March 2006 establishing a Community Code on the rules governing the movement of persons across borders (Schengen Borders Code) (see amending acts).
SUMMARY
This regulation applies to any person crossing the external borders of all EU countries, except those of the United Kingdom and Ireland, and the internal borders of the Schengen area (a border-free area comprising 22 EU countries, along with Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland).
External borders
External borders may be crossed only at border crossing points and during the fixed opening hours.
When crossing an external border, EU citizens and other persons enjoying the right of free movement under Union law (such as the family members of an EU citizen) undergo a minimum check. This minimum check is carried out to establish their identity on the basis of their travel documents and consists of a rapid and straightforward verification of the validity of the documents (including, where appropriate, the consultation of databases on stolen, misappropriate, lost and invalidated documents) and a check for signs of falsification or counterfeiting.
Non-EU-country nationals are subject to thorough checks. These comprise a verification of the entry conditions as described below, including verification in the visa information system (VIS), where applicable.
For stays not exceeding 90 days in any 180-day period, a non EU-country national must:

  • possess a valid travel document;
  • possess a valid visa, if required;
  • justify the purpose of his/her intended stay and have sufficient means of subsistence;
  • not have an alert issued for him/her in the Schengen information system (SIS) for the purpose of refusing entry;
  • not be considered a threat to public policy, internal security, public health or the international relations of EU countries.
If these conditions are not met, entry to the territory is refused, unless special provisions (e.g. for humanitarian reasons) apply. Entry may only be refused by a substantiated decision stating the precise reasons for the refusal delivered by a competent national authority by means of a standard form. The person refused entry shall have the right to appeal and must receive written information on the national procedure.
The travel documents of non-EU nationals are systematically stamped upon entry and exit. If a travel document does not bear an entry stamp, it may be presumed that the holder does not fulfil, or no longer fulfils, the conditions of duration of a short stay. However, the non-EU-country national may provide any credible evidence of having respected the conditions relating to the duration of a short stay, such as transport tickets or proof of his/her presence outside the territory of the EU countries. On the request of a non-EU-country national, the insertion of an entry or exit stamp may be dispensed with if this insertion is liable to cause difficulties for the person. Instead, the stamp must be recorded on a separate sheet indicating the person’s name and passport number.
Border checks are carried out by border guards . When performing their duties, border guards must fully respect human dignity and may not discriminate against persons on grounds of sex, racial or ethnic origin, religion or belief, disability, age or sexual orientation.
The Schengen Borders Code allows EU countries to establish shared border crossing points with their non-EU neighbours, at which border guards from each country carry out exit and entry checks one after the other in accordance with their national law, either on the territory of the EU country concerned or on the territory of a non-EU country.
EU countries must deploy appropriate staff and resources in sufficient numbers to ensure a high and uniform level of control at their external borders. They must ensure that border guards are specialised and properly trained professionals.
EU countries assist each other with the effective application of border controls. Operational cooperation is coordinated by the European Agency for the Management of Operational Cooperation at the External Borders
http://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/?uri=URISERV:l14514
 
@GYMS

come on

REFUGGEES DO NOT BELONG TO SHENGEN TREATY

THEY ARE NAVAL SURVIVORS, AND THEY ARE UNDER INTERNATIONAL LAWS OF UN
SIMMILAR TO FLOATSAM/JETSAM AND SHIPWRECKS

SURVIVORS FROM NAVAL DISASTERS ARE NOT UNDER SHENGEN TREATY

the international justice about them is to hold them until a court decides if there was criminality or not at the ccident and then to feed them NOT PUT THEM TO JAIL, and then return them to their country or their owner, with a % of fee-reward

SEARCH THE INTERNATIONAL JUSTICE FOR SEA DISASTER SURVIVORS

and don't bring a treaty that does not exist, cause when they enter at your country, they might 'lost' again their pappers,
like in Deutschland were 130 000 refuggees just disapear due to double written EU documents

Schengen Borders Code

Non-EU-country nationals are subject to thorough checks. These comprise a verification of the entry conditions as described below, including verification in the visa information system (VIS), where applicable.
For stays not exceeding 90 days in any 180-day period, a non EU-country national must:

  • possess a valid travel document;
  • possess a valid visa, if required;
  • justify the purpose of his/her intended stay and have sufficient means of subsistence;
  • not have an alert issued for him/her in the Schengen information system (SIS) for the purpose of refusing entry;
  • not be considered a threat to public policy, internal security, public health or the international relations of EU countries.



AND FOR YOUR INFORMATION
ALL REFUGGEES AND IMMIGRANTS ARE 'LEGAL' TO SHENGEN TREATY
CAUSE AS 'SHIPWRECK' THEY GET A 90 DAYS VISA FROM EURO-DOC STATIONS (SIS)

so for 90 DAYS THEY ARE FREE TO TRAVEL ALL OVER EU,

understand it, traffickers found a trick among international justice laws and shengen treaty

IT IS ILLEGAL TO DENY A SEA SURVIROR A 90 DAYS EUROPEAN VISA,

the case of refuggees and immigrants who are under a 'sea survivor status' is not illegal at Shengen treaty, but according Shengen treaty.

PS
Search what Eurodock station do before post Shengen treaty

 
http://eur-lex.europa.eu/LexUriServ/LexUriServ.do?uri=OJ:L:2013:180:0031:0059:EN:PDF

http://www.citizensinformation.ie/e...lum_process_in_ireland/dublin_convention.html

[h=2]Introduction[/h]The Dublin III Regulation provides the legal basis for establishing the criteria and mechanism for determining the member state responsible for examining an asylum application lodged in one of the member states by a third country national or a stateless person. This mechanism is known as the Dublin procedure. The Dublin III Regulation applies to 32 countries which include the EU member states, Iceland, Norway, Liechtenstein and Switzerland. In this document, they are referred to as the Dublin countries.
 
http://www.orac.ie/website/orac/oracwebsite.nsf/page/eudublinIIIregulation-main-en

Definitions;

  • “EU Dublin III Regulation” refers to Regulation EU No 604/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 26 June 2013 establishing the criteria and mechanisms for determining the Member State responsible for examining an application for international protection lodged in one of the Member States by a third-Country national or a stateless person.

  • “Member State” refers to one of the ‘Dublin countries’ and includes the 28 European Union countries (Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom, as well as 4 countries “associated” to the Dublin Regulation (Norway, Iceland, Switzerland and Liechtenstein).

  • “Minister” refers the Minister for Justice and Equality.
  • “Transfer Decision” refers to the decision made by the Refugee Applications Commissioner following acceptance by the requested Member State to take charge of or take back a person under the EU Dublin III process.
http://unyouknow.org/2014/07/13/the-european-asylum-policy-failure-of-the-dublin-iii-regulation/
 
@GYMS

come on

REFUGGEES DO NOT BELONG TO SHENGEN TREATY

THEY ARE NAVAL SURVIVORS, AND THEY ARE UNDER INTERNATIONAL LAWS OF UN
SIMMILAR TO FLOATSAM/JETSAM AND SHIPWRECKS

come on Yetos
 
@GYMS

come on

REFUGGEES DO NOT BELONG TO SHENGEN TREATY

THEY ARE NAVAL SURVIVORS, AND THEY ARE UNDER INTERNATIONAL LAWS OF UN
SIMMILAR TO FLOATSAM/JETSAM AND SHIPWRECKS

come on Yetos

yes Gyms

the precedure of EuroDock stations which are controed and checkl by FRONTEX, is wrong? :useless:

DO YOU BELIEVE THAT EURODOCK STATION WORK ILLEGALLY? OR FRONTEX IS NOT UNDER EU LAWS
Shengen treaty is another thing,
EURODOCK STATIONS WORK UNDER SUPERVISION OF FRONTEX AND ACCORDING EU LAWS
so stop the nosence
except if you believe that FRONTEX is not working under EUand International laws

understand it, they have pappers from EURODOCK SYSTEM

so gyms before you post your 'personal thoughs and transaltion' of Shengen treaty
just THINK
IS FRONTEX ACCORDING EU LAWS? OR NOT?
DOES FRONTEX THE WILL OF EU JUSTICE? OR NOT?

@ GYMS

understand it, the precedure is legal, and done under supervision of FRONTEX, not by Greek Goverment
SO IF YOU WANT TO BLAME SOMEONE, BLAIM EU FRONTEX, NOT GREECE,
CAUSE EURODOCKS ARE NOT RUNNED BY GREECE, BUT FROM AN EU ORGANISATION CALLED FRONTEX,


PS
IS IT LEGAL OR ILLEGAL?
TO STOP AND DENY ENTRANCE TO SOMEONE THAT HAS 90 DAYS VISA BY EURODOCKs?

PS2
why the European Commission gave other orders than these we see today?
due to humanity? or due to justice and law problem?


PS3

if you still have problem to understand
search here
http://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EL/ALL/?uri=CELEX:32004R2007

plz find the correct page in the link suitabale to your mother language
 
SO IF YOU WANT TO BLAME SOMEONE, BLAIM EU FRONTEX, NOT GREECE


What are you talking about?

"so gyms before you post your 'personal thoughs and transaltion' of Shengen treaty"
What?Personal thoughs?There is nothingpsonal.
So take it easy.
 
http://www.breitbart.com/london/2016/01/27/eu-warns-greece-over-seriously-neglected-borders/


(AFP) – Greece has failed to protect the EU’s external frontiers from migrants and faces border controls with the rest of the Schengen passport-free zone in three months if it fails to act, the European Commission said Wednesday.
The highly critical draft report by Brussels heaps pressure on Greece, the main gateway for the one million refugees and migrants who entered Europe last year in the continent’s biggest such crisis since World War II.
Based on an inspection at the Turkish land border and on several islands in the Aegean Sea, the EU found Greece was failing to properly register and fingerprint migrants.
“The draft report concludes that Greece seriously neglected its obligations and that there are serious deficiencies in the carrying out of external border controls that must be overcome and dealt with by Greek authorities,” Commission Vice President Valdis Dombrovskis told a press conference.
The report could pave the way for Brussels to authorise other member states to exceptionally extend border controls within the EU’s cherished Schengen area, including with Greece, for up to two years, instead of the normal six months.
Dombrovskis said that if a majority of the 28 EU member states adopt the report, the Commission will then draw up a plan for shoring up Greece’s borders, especially its sea frontier with Turkey.
“Greece will then have three months to implement remedial actions,” Dombrovskis said.
 
@ Gyms

ok I will,
 
http://www.breitbart.com/london/2016/01/27/eu-warns-greece-over-seriously-neglected-borders/


(AFP) – Greece has failed to protect the EU’s external frontiers from migrants and faces border controls with the rest of the Schengen passport-free zone in three months if it fails to act, the European Commission said Wednesday.
The highly critical draft report by Brussels heaps pressure on Greece, the main gateway for the one million refugees and migrants who entered Europe last year in the continent’s biggest such crisis since World War II.
Based on an inspection at the Turkish land border and on several islands in the Aegean Sea, the EU found Greece was failing to properly register and fingerprint migrants.
“The draft report concludes that Greece seriously neglected its obligations and that there are serious deficiencies in the carrying out of external border controls that must be overcome and dealt with by Greek authorities,” Commission Vice President Valdis Dombrovskis told a press conference.
The report could pave the way for Brussels to authorise other member states to exceptionally extend border controls within the EU’s cherished Schengen area, including with Greece, for up to two years, instead of the normal six months.
Dombrovskis said that if a majority of the 28 EU member states adopt the report, the Commission will then draw up a plan for shoring up Greece’s borders, especially its sea frontier with Turkey.
“Greece will then have three months to implement remedial actions,” Dombrovskis said.


yup
Greece ask Help for migration problem from 2014,
the result

NATO Frigates

FGS-Bonn
HMCS-Frederigton
TCG-Barbaross (Turkey?)
Libeccio
MontCalm

come on, do we need NATO? to protect EU from sinking refuggees?
search the hoax behind that,

and since both international and EU laws are 90 days and then back to their countries,
why we do not send them back? to Afganistan, to Pakistan, Iraq, Libya, Syrria?
can you answer me that? why NATO (protector of EU borders)is not taking back to their countries also?


possible answer is what happened to Lebanon before few decades, what happened to Malta recently,
 
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Greece’s relatively weak administration has been overwhelmed by more than 700,000 migrants crossing its borders this year. Given the severity of the crisis, EU officials are vexed by Athens’s refusal to call in a special mission from Frontex, the EU border agency; its unwillingness to accept EU humanitarian aid; and its failure to revamp its system for registering refugees.
http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/463dc7a0-982b-11e5-9228-87e603d47bdc.html#axzz41gObWuLZ
 
Brussels Begging for Erdogan’s Help as EU ‘Unable to Protect Its Borders’

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According to the politician, Germany is trying to wrap other EU countries around its finger using a "brusque, rude and aggressive" tone. Hungary doesn't owe the Germans anything and doesn't have to follow German policy it is not approving of, Orban said

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Greece’s relatively weak administration has been overwhelmed by more than 700,000 migrants crossing its borders this year. Given the severity of the crisis, EU officials are vexed by Athens’s refusal to call in a special mission from Frontex, the EU border agency; its unwillingness to accept EU humanitarian aid; and its failure to revamp its system for registering refugees.
http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/463dc7a0-982b-11e5-9228-87e603d47bdc.html#axzz41gObWuLZ

I really doupt about that,
many operations by Frontex at Aegaean sea, simply neither FRONTEX is strong enough to run the more than 1 million that entered at 2015,
more 940 000 entered at 2015, 860 000 is the officiasl number of Frontex, plus those who were never arrested-caught, plus the more 36 000 people drawn, plus the West Balkans who enter Greece, the correct number is bigger.
today in Greece are 70 000 only, due to bad weather and many drawn, the wave slow down, but is expected to climb to twice the number next year,

and you can not convice me,
ITALY HAD 4,500,000 only at 2014 and almost less than 300 000 left today, who blaimed Italy? why all entered Europe?
at Lampedousa island everybody was helping, now that migration through Africa stoped, why Frontex does not bring the forces of operation Triton to Aegean and sends NATO frigates?
4.500 000 entered Italy, and nobody build fences, 1 000 000 entered Greece, and EU has more fences than at cold war,

BESIDES, GYMS, A Question dedicated to you, to understand where Shengen treaty is set and where is not,

TURKEY AND BULGARIA HAVE dry land and easy to pass borders,
WHY REFUGGEES DARE TO CROSS FROZEN AEGAEAN SEA WITH TOY BOATS, AND DO NOT ENTER EU THROUGH BULGARIA?

why 1 000 000 people enter EU through Aegaean, and not through dry-land at Turkey - Bulgarian borders?

plz answer me that
 
Until late this summer, that is, when Merkel reacted to the incoming flow of refugees with two disastrous sentences: "There is no upper limit" and "We can cope." She still stands by these assertions. They were accompanied by selfies with refugees, and a unilateral decision to stop abiding by the Dublin regulation. In Merkel's eyes, building fences to keep refugees out is not only futile but reprehensible. She accepted the state's loss of control over its borders with a mere shrug of the shoulders. And as if all that weren't enough, she stood up in front of all the other Europeans and declared her personal view of things to be the only one that was morally right.
In other words: Germany's European partners should help it deal with the consequences of a policy for which Merkel is significantly responsible. No one claims that Merkel is responsible for the refugee movement per se – but she has certainly increased the pull towards Europe, and in doing so has made other countries liable, too, against their will.

http://www.dw.com/en/opinion-merkel-is-part-of-the-problem/a-18809382
 
I do not put a blaim at Mercel for the immigration problem,
that problem is old enough, simply recently wit Arab spring reach high and dangerous peak,

simply we do not see behind the finger,
plz find out about what happened to Georgia, a christian country, at the area of Adigeni,
same to what happened to Lebanon Malta etc

and I do not blaim central and NorthEast countries, they do not want to become Lebanon Malta Georgia too,
but nobody say that the policy we have as EU among USA and Russia conflict must stop, and we must return some areas of planet to order and democracy,
WE ARE ALL HIDING,
these are humans, which must be saved, but not create a problem, so it better to restore safety and order to their lands
 
Balkan route is closed.

http://www.politico.eu/article/balkan-route-closed-eu-to-declare/

I don't think Europe should negotiate any further with a fascist like Erdogan.
I don't know how the problems in Greece will be solved now, which is in part due to their own 'laissez-faire' and 'put them on a train northbound' policy.
I don't know what Italy will do now, who untill now applied more or less the same policy like Greece.
I think Europe should consider what it can do in Syria itself and other places.

There is still no global plan in place for Europe to deal with this crisis.
It would help a lot if those naive politcial corrects responsable for the mess created would admit their failure, but that won't happen.
 
I think Europe should consider what it can do in Syria itself and other places.

I agree to that,
Europe must help and stabilize the areas where needed, as a 3rd pole, away from USA and Russia policies.
 
I agree to that,
Europe must help and stabilize the areas where needed, as a 3rd pole, away from USA and Russia policies.
Without US? Don't wary Yetos, new president Trump is anti Muslim. Surprisingly, extreme right Trump and extreme left like Sanders are both anti immigrant and isolationists.
 
Without US? Don't wary Yetos, new president Trump is anti Muslim. Surprisingly, extreme right Trump and extreme left like Sanders are both anti immigrant and isolationists.

correct
from WW2 till today Europe suffered a lot for being in the middle of USA and USSR policies,
terrorist attacks at West Europe, Dictators at the South, Communism at East
it is time to make a 3rd pole and stay equal among the previous 2
either EU has no future, if she can find the balance, internal but also external.
 

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