Liechtenstein Adopts Statement on Visa Information System Reform Related to Collecting Biometric Dat


The Liechtenstein government has adopted a statement regarding the reform of the Visa Information System (VIS), with a special focus on the age for taking fingerprints, two months after discussing the matter in the first reading in September.

In the meeting, the Liechtenstein policymakers adopted the statement on VIS reform, which intends to reduce the age of those taking fingerprints for children from 12 years to six years, while people over the age of 75 can be exempted from this requirement, reports.

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