Revocation or Annulment of ETIAS Travel Authorization
It is possible to have an ETIAS travel authorization revoked. This is true when the conditions for issuing ETIAS are no longer met, or if there are grounds for believing that the travel authorization was fraudulently obtained. The revocation will also apply if you are refused entry at the Member state point of entry or due to a reported lost or stolen travel document. In such cases, the ETIAS revocation or annulment is done by the authorities of the Member State in possession of the evidence that led to the revocation or annulment or by the ETIAS National Unit of the Member State of first entry as declared by the applicant.
An ETIAS may also be annulled or revoked if the automated ETIAS IT system receives an alert. In such cases, the ETIAS system will first check to see if the alert is associated with a valid ETIAS travel authorization. If this is the case, the Member State having created the alert will be responsible for the revocation of the travel authorization.