Yes, the ETIAS visa waiver for Finland is a multiple-entry travel authorization which permits the citizens of Finland visa-free countries to travel to all of the European countries in the Schengen Area multiple times during its validity.
An approved ETIAS Finland permits the holder a consecutive stay of up to 90 days with each entry to Finland and the Schengen Area, during every 180-day period. Once the traveler has spent 90 consecutive days in Finland and Schengen countries, it is necessary to wait 180 days before they can enter Europe again using ETIAS.
The ETIAS visa waiver to visit Finland is valid for 3 years from the date of issue, or until the associated passport expires, whichever comes first.
Once the traveler’s passport or current ETIAS expires, it will be necessary to submit a new ETIAS application to continue to travel to the Schengen zone. This is because an approved Finland ETIAS is electronically linked to the traveler’s passport.
All travelers not eligible for an ETIAS visa waiver to Finland need a visa for Finland and are required to make an appointment at the nearest Finnish diplomatic office to apply for a Schengen visa for Finland.
It is necessary to download, print and complete a Finland visa application to bring along to the appointment alongside an eligible passport valid for at least 3 months from the intended entry date to the Schengen Area.
It is also necessary to provide a range of supporting documentation, which varies depending on the purpose of the intended stay.
Unlike the ETIAS Europe visa waiver, a Finland Schengen visa is normally issued for one individual Schengen country and can be granted as either a single, double, or multiple entry visa.
Like ETIAS, an approved Schengen Finland visa normally permits the holder to stay in Finland for up to 90 days with each entry, within every 180-day period. Depending on the issuing consulate, a multiple entry Schengen visa for Finland may be granted to frequent travelers to Europe who can justify the reason for their visits.