What gives the right to visa-free entry
Now the citizens of Ukraine and Georgia to come to the EU must have a biometric passport.
According to official data, such passports have 10 percent of the population of Ukraine. The passport is 20-30 euros. For registration you need a passport and an identification code.
Residents of Crimea, Donetsk and Luhansk regions, with passports in Ukraine are required to present additional documents, because in these areas do not have a unified accounting system. It is important to note that in this paragraph, Ukraine lost to the EU requirements, as the original came from the fact that “citizens with uncontrolled Kiev territories will be able to enjoy a visa-free regime with the EU only after the return of Ukrainian sovereignty”.
To come with a biometric passport can in 30 countries. This is all EU countries (except UK and Ireland), as well as Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland, outside the EU.
Without a visa you can enter repeatedly, but the total stay should not exceed 90 days within 180 days from the date of first entry. If you are gaining more than 90 days, there is a risk to fall into “black list” and for some time be denied the opportunity to travel to the EU. Moreover, if it becomes clear that the abuse of the mass, then lose the right to visa-free EU may be the whole country.
Essentially visa-free travel can only be a tourist, for work or study must obtain the appropriate visa. To confirm travel intentions, the guards (in the EU) may be asked to confirm the purpose and conditions of travel and the availability of funds for staying in the EU and return. The amount depends on the period and country of destination. For example, in Hungary it is enough to have of 3.20 euros per day per person, in Germany — EUR 45, Spain — 75 euros, and in Estonia — 94 euros.