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Schengen Supervision Coordination Group

On the 14th of June, 1985 five Member States: the Kingdom of Belgium, the Kingdom of the Netherlands, the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, the Federal Republic of Germany and the French Republic signed Schengen agreement on gradual abolition of checks at common borders (Schengen Agreement), the aim of which was bringing about the abolition of checks at their common borders on the movement of persons, citizens of Member States and facilitate the transport and movement of goods. After some years other Member States, except The United Kingdom and Ireland, acceded to the Schengen Agreement. The two states (Norway and Iceland), a non-Member States have also acceded to Schengen Agreement.

Convention from 19 June 1990 Applying the Schengen Agreement of 14 June 1985 between the governments of the States of the Benelux economic union, the Federal Republic of Germany and the French Republic on gradual abolition of checks at their common borders (Schengen Implementation Agreement) was the basis for establishing the Schengen Information System (SIS) and facilitating the implementation of the principle of free movement in Schengen acquis.

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The Schengen information system

A guide for exercising the right of access

 

Personal data protection requirements according to the Schengen Convention

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Personal Data Protection in the Schengen Information System

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Institutions responsible for the execution of functions according the Schengen aquis

Police Department under the Ministry of the Interior http://www.policija.lt/En

Lithuanian Criminal Police Bureau International Relations Board National Division of SIRENE http://www.policija.lt/En

Migration Department under the Ministry of the Interior http://www.migracija.lt/index.php?-1497548128

State Border Guard Service at the Ministry of the Interior http://www.pasienis.lt/eng/I-pradzia
 
Ministry of Foreign Affairs http://www.urm.lt/default/en/

 

The Schengen II Supervision Coordination Group activity report

Year 2013–2015 activity report

 

Information on persons' right to private life acceding to Schengen zone

Leaflet prepared by State data protection inspectorate Requirements to personal data protection according to Schengen Convention

Request for access to information on data in the second generation Schengen Information System

Request for Correction of Inaccurate Personal Data Stored in the Second Generation Schengen Information

Request for Deletion of Data Unlawfully Stored in the Second Generation Schengen Information System

 

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Last Update: 2018-11-23 11:59:59