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How are non-Schengen nationals with a Schengen residence permit checked to obey the 90/180 rule while travelling inside Schengen?

Just curious. I am a non-Schengen (and non-EU) national with a residence permit from Finland, enabling me to travel visa-free inside the Schengen area up to 90 days in any 180 days-day period.

Since there is no passport control between Schengen countries, it looks like one can easily overstay without any consequences. So how is this 90/180 rule tracked for RP holders?

DISCLAIMER: I am not going to break the rules. I'm just curious about how it works, because while traveling I have never shown my passport or RP to authorities.

How are non-Schengen nationals with a Schengen residence permit checked to obey 90/180 rule while travelling inside Schengen?

Just curious. I am a non-Schengen (and non-EU) national with a residence permit from Finland, enabling me to travel visa-free inside the Schengen area up to 90 days in any 180 days period.

Since there is no passport control between Schengen countries, it looks like one can easily overstay without any consequences. So how is this 90/180 rule tracked for RP holders?

DISCLAIMER: I am not going to break the rules. I'm just curious about how it works, because while traveling I have never shown my passport or RP to authorities.

How are non-Schengen nationals with a Schengen residence permit checked to obey the 90/180 rule while travelling inside Schengen?

Just curious. I am a non-Schengen (and non-EU) national with a residence permit from Finland, enabling me to travel visa-free inside the Schengen area up to 90 days in any 180-day period.

Since there is no passport control between Schengen countries, it looks like one can easily overstay without any consequences. So how is this 90/180 rule tracked for RP holders?

DISCLAIMER: I am not going to break the rules. I'm just curious about how it works, because while traveling I have never shown my passport or RP to authorities.

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Just curious. I am a non-SchengnenSchengen (and non-EU) national having RP(residencewith a residence permit) of from Finland, enabling me to travel visa-free inside the Schengen area up to 90 days in any 180 days period.

Since there is no passport control between Schengen countries, it looks like one can easily overstay without any consequences. So how is this 90/180 rule is tracked for RP holders?

DISCLAIMER: I am not going to break the rules,. I'm just curious about how it works, because while traveling I have never shown my passport or RP to authorities.

How non-Schengen nationals with Shengen's country residence permit are checked to obey 90/180 rule while travelling inside Schengen?

Just curious. I am a non-Schengnen(and non-EU) national having RP(residence permit) of Finland enabling me to travel visa-free inside Schengen area up to 90 days in any 180 days period.

Since there is no passport control between Schengen countries it looks like one can easily overstay without any consequences. So how this 90/180 rule is tracked for RP holders?

DISCLAIMER: I am not going to break the rules, just curious about how it works, because while traveling I have never shown my passport or RP to authorities.

How are non-Schengen nationals with a Shengen residence permit checked to obey 90/180 rule while travelling inside Schengen?

Just curious. I am a non-Schengen (and non-EU) national with a residence permit from Finland, enabling me to travel visa-free inside the Schengen area up to 90 days in any 180 days period.

Since there is no passport control between Schengen countries, it looks like one can easily overstay without any consequences. So how is this 90/180 rule tracked for RP holders?

DISCLAIMER: I am not going to break the rules. I'm just curious about how it works, because while traveling I have never shown my passport or RP to authorities.

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