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There are territories of Schengen member states that are exempted from the Schengen Agreement.

Areas located outside Europe are not part of the Schengen Area.

57 million crossings are due to transport of goods by road, with a value of €2.8 trillion each year. The Schengen Area was established separately from the European Economic Community, when consensus could not be reached among all EC member states on the abolition of border controls.

According to former Cypriot Minister of Foreign Affairs Giorgos Lillikas, "strict and full control based on Schengen will create a huge tribulation on a daily basis for the Turkish Cypriots" of Northern Cyprus, and it is unclear if this control is possible before the resolution of the dispute.

This evaluation process involves a questionnaire and visits by EU experts to selected institutions and workplaces in the country under assessment.

The only land borders with border controls (not counting temporary ones) between EU/EEA members, are those of Bulgaria, Croatia and Romania (which are expected to be removed), the one at Gibraltar and those at the Channel Tunnel (which are to cease to be an EU/EEA land border if Brexit goes ahead).

The only areas of Schengen member states located in Europe but excluded are the Faroe Islands and Svalbard.

The French overseas departments of French Guiana, Guadeloupe, Martinique, Mayotte and Réunion, and the overseas collectivity of Saint Martin are part of the European Union but do not form part of the Schengen Area.

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