Vacationers from Britain are advised to check their passports before entering European countries, otherwise, they will be denied entry.
Since the UK is no longer part of the European Union, anyone crossing into or out of the Schengen area will need to have their passport stamped at border control.
Mirror reports that people may face problems if their passports are not stamped when returning to the UK.
As a result of the residency rules, people are only allowed to stay in EU countries for a maximum of 90 days out of a 180-day period. However, sometimes immigration officials do not stamp a traveler’s passport upon leaving the country, making it appear that he or she has remained in the country throughout their return.
Ministry of Foreign Affairs issued a warning to warn citizens of the danger. According to the latest information, border guards stamp passports to verify that the 90-day visa-free limit is adhered to for short stays in Schengen areas.
When you do not have an entry or exit stamp in your passport, border guards will consider you to have exceeded your visa-free limit.