Iceland will allow unmarried couples to reunite with an issued exemption confirmation that can be requested from the government.
Valid travel document and a confirmation of being exempted from the travel restrictions. A request for such a confirmation can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org along with documents that can serve as a proof of cohabitation or a long-term relationship. Each request is processed on a case by case basis.
I'm confused, isn't that only for the 12 countries that the EU deems safe?
Edit: I misread the link, it does seem to be for all countries :)
Interestingly there does not seem to be any requirement that the EU citizen is living in Iceland. So can a EU/non-EU couple decide to meet up in Iceland, even if neither of them is Icelandic nor living in Iceland?
Fractal wait say WHAT?! Now anyone can enter Iceland? I'm in shock. Good job, Iceland!
NicoleSmith00 No, that's not at all what I said, I'm only talking about people in a long term relationship with a EU+ citizen, and I'm not even sure I interpreted it correctly. Besides, everyone needs to either get tested or go in quarantine.
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FelixUrbasik I got a response from Icelandic department. The travel for a partner from 3rd country is possible only in case another partner is a resident of Iceland. My boyfriend is French living there and it doesn’t take into account:(
I need please your help!
I'm in a long distance relationship with a girl from Iceland, and I read on Twitter that Iceland gonna allow the unmarried couples to reunite.. my question is: All the countries are concerned by this "Law" or only some?
Thank you for advance 🙏
HamzaKhomsi hi, you should write your request to email@example.com and add all the documentation , photos or proofs of your relationship. They will make a decision. I’ve sent there an email, they answered the same day, after I sent all the proofs I have and now waiting for the answer (a bit more than a week so far)
Katerina Thank you Katerina for your help! I got the pass but I need a visa because I'm from Morocco.. so what kind of visa do you think I should to apply for it ?
Katerina So that's officially confirmed? The only way to get into Iceland is if your partner lives there and not another country within the Schengen area?
NickEdward they have sent me the regulation with a number stated that one of the partners has to legally reside in Iceland.
HamzaKhomsi I think you should ask this question to Icelandic embassy in Morocco or wherever you get visas for traveling. Wish you good luck!
Katerina Unfortunately the representative of Iceland in Morocco is Sweden, and after so many calls and e-mails, they didn't give me any answer.. I'm really lost 😔