Namen zaslišanja je seznanitev s prenovljenim predlogom Evropske komisije o vizumskem zakoniku in izmenjavi mnenj z deležniki.
Prenovljeni vizumski zakonik uvaja vrsto mehanizmov, ki posodabljajo in skrajšujejo postopke pridobivanja kratkotrajne vize za Schengensko območje. Poslanci bodo spregovorili tudi o varovanju osebnih podatkov, pa tudi o vprašanjua humanitarnih viz.
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15.00 - 15.05 OPENING REMARKS by Barbara KUDRYCKA, Vice-Chair of the Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs of the European Parliament
SESSION I - The proposal for the new Visa Code
This session should allow for a detailed discussion of the Commission's proposal on the Visa Code. Following the introduction by the rapporteur, the views of the speakers are sought on the following questions:
What problems do you see with the Visa Code currently in force?
How do you assess the proposal of the Commission? Does it adequately address the shortcomings identified?
What are your views regarding the suggestions for amendments brought forward by the rapporteur?
What other suggestions for the modification of the Visa Code do you propose?
15.05 - 15.15 Introduction by the rapporteur, Tanja FAJON
First ideas for amendments to the Commission's proposal
15.15 - 15.25 Michel DEJAEGHER, former French Consul General
Point of view of consulates
15.25 - 15.35 Pierre BENICHOU, VFS Global
Point of view of an external service provider
15.35 - 15.45 Krzysztof MROZEK, Visa-free Europe Coalition
Experiences of individual applicants
15.45 – 15.55 Marianna GEORGALLIS, Youth association: European Youth Forum
15.55 - 16.05 Michel DE BLUST, Tourism associations: Network for the European private sector in Tourism (NET)
16.05 - 16.15 Dominique GUIBERT, European Association for the Defence of Human Rights (AEDH): Humanitarian visas
16.15 - 16.25 Krum GARKOV, Executive Director, eu-LISA
Visa Information System
16.25 – 16.35 Stefan GURDEBEKE, Chief Commissioner, Federal Police, Head of Border Control Department at Brussels National Airport; Point of view of Member States' authorities responsible for security
16.35 - 17.00 Q&A
17.00 - 17.10 Yolanda GALLEGO-CASILDA GRAU, DG HOME,
17.10 – 17.20 Maira ROZE, Chair of the Visa Working Party of the Latvian Presidency: state of play of the works in Council
17.20 - 17.25 Conclusions by rapporteur, Tanja FAJON
SESSION II - The proposal for the new Touring Visa
The touring visa is a new type of visa which would permit the future holder to travel within the Schengen Area for a total of more than 90 days in any 180-day period, provided that he does not stay in the same Member State for more than 90 days. The visa would be valid for one year, and be renewed for an additional year, extending its total period of validity to a maximum of two years.
During this hearing and following the rapporteur’s introduction, the speakers’ views will be sought on the following questions:
- What would be the relevance of the touring visa?
- What do you think of the potential economic impact?
- What do you think of the security and migratory risks?
- Do you think the scope should be narrowed or extended regarding above considerations?
17.25 - 17.30 Introduction by the rapporteur, Brice HORTEFEUX
General considerations on the touring visa
17.30 - 17.40 Lies MARTENS, Pearle (Performing Arts Employers' Associations League Europe)
17.40 - 17.50 Michel DEJAEGHER, former French Consul General
Point of view of consulates
17.50 - 17.55 Yolanda GALLEGO-CASILDA GRAU, DG HOME,
17.55 – 18.05 Maira ROZE, Chair of the Visa Working Party of the Latvian Presidency: state of play of the works in Council
18.05 - 18.20 Q&A
18.20 - 18.25 Conclusions by the rapporteur, Brice HORTEFEUX
18.25 - 18.30 CLOSING REMARKS by Barbara KUDRYCKA, Vice-Chair of the Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs of the European Parliament