Suppose I enter Schengen region on a Monday at noon, and then leave at the same time the following monday. Does this count as 7 days or 8 days? If a day is measured as 24 hours then it would add up ...
I have a friend who claims that you can leave the Schengen area for 1 night, and re-enter, to reset your 90 days. For example, an Australian could enter Europe and then go for a couple of nights ...
As said above when duration of stay overlaps two 6 months periods, then must individually satisfy the 90 day limit in both periods.Now my question is For example, 1). My first entry will be on ...
I am planning to go to Brazil from 20 Aug - 02 Feb under a tourist visa (three months). My idea was to cross the border to Argentina before the three months are finished, and re-enter Brazil after a ...
Previous VISA info (type of VISA C): From 14.02.2013 to 14.05.2013. Duration of stay - 90 days. Number of entries - 2. I crossed the Schengen on 16.02.2013 for my first entry, so 180 days expire on ...
I'm a Canadian, which is one of the visa waiver countries for the Schengen Area. I understand the 90/180 day rule is based on your first arrival date, so the 180 day period is calculated from there. ...
I have searched the web a lot and could not find an answer that fits my situation. Here are two links that are quite contradictory: Schengen visa rejection ...
Some destinations have a "90/180 rule" which says you can come and go but you must not spend over 90 days out of any 180 days in the area. A recent question asked by a new contributor concerns this ...