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Your strategy is fine on paper. As long as your visits to Schengen are in compliance with the cooling-off period, you will be able to 'legally' present yourself at any Schengen entry port and request leave to enter. The big caveat is that they are entitled to challenge you and can remove you if your case is not strong enough or they think you do not ...


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Yes. The US does not have the same geographical requirements that many countries have, where applicants must apply at the consulate whose territory includes the applicant's place of residence. Even if they did, surely a global systems outage that lasts for several weeks would be sufficient ground for an exception. They may want you to show that you are in ...


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That's fine as far as the maximum stay rule is concerned. As long as you haven't been in the Schengen area more than 90 days in any 180-day period, you can leave and enter as often as you wish. But nobody can guarantee you will be granted entry indefinitely. It comes down to the border guards' assessment of the plausibility of your story. And the more stamps ...



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