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I was in France on a student visa which expired July 2017. I exited France and entered the UK. From the UK, I entered the Schengen in Norway, July 10th, 2017.
Since then, I went back to the UK for a month, and then back to Norway, which is where I am now.
Since July, I have been in the Schengen for roughly 40 days.
In October, I need to enter France again for 90 days.
My question is, has the clock started ticking the second I entered the Schengen in Norway in July??
If I enter France from a non-Schengen country like the UK, does my clock start again for 90 days?
Am I screwed?