What will happen after this visit is simply not defined in the treaty. This may be where participating states want to have some elbow space for themselves with the state (2). Schengen is already under some pressure on the interpretation and implementation of contractual agreements (for example. B border controls). The Schengen law stipulates that you cannot stay more than 90 days in the region. If you do, you are subject to a fine and expulsion. However, the way this rule is applied varies considerably from country to country. If you spend a few days or even a week, you will probably be in order. If you stay longer, you may have problems. Incredible mail. One question- After 180 days, will the Schengen visa be reset from your position at that time? In other words, if I visit German for, say, a month, you come back to Germany 4 months later, will the Schengen visa be reset after the 6th month, when I am in Germany, and so I allow myself an additional 90 days in the country? Holland – 90 days, but to return to Holland after the commissioning of your 90-day Schengen visa, you must first leave the Schengen area for a minimum period of time (for example.
B travelling in the UK or another country outside the Schengen area). Once this has been used, you cannot return for 180 days. The really sad thing is that countries should even take care of it if you want to stay more than 90 days. As long as you can afford to be there and not take work, what is the dam difference. If you`re like me and want to stay more than 90 days in the Shengen area (or just move to Europe because it`s great), be prepared to run the system. I have a question. I am Macedonian and have been in Switzerland for almost a year. Legally, I can only stay here for 90 days with my biometric passport. I have to go now, cus I was accpeted to university here in Switzerland, so I have to sort my documents for my student visa. Do you know if there is a way out of here without having a stamp in my passport? I`ve heard people say that if I go to Greece by plane, it`s really safe and they don`t check passports. But I am worried that once I leave Greece to get to Macedonia, I might experience some problems.