As a resident of Chile on holiday in Sweden (90 days tourist no visa required), will I get a passport stamp upon leaving Sweden even though the flight is to another Schengen country, say France or Spain?

  • Why do you need a exit stamp? Is there any reason for that?
    – Marcel P.
    Jan 21, 2019 at 16:43
  • It has to do with an application for recidency. The Migration Agency requires proof in the form of a stamp in the passport, to show we are not in the country when the decision of residency is taken. Jan 22, 2019 at 9:05

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No, you will not pass through the systematic passport check when flying between Schengen countries, and you will not get passport stamps at either end of the flights.

In some, more-or-less exceptional, situation you may encounter "extraordinary" passport checks in or between the Schengen countries. Even if you run into such a check, you are not crossing the external Schengen border, so you wont't get a stamp (falsely) claiming you have done so.



Flights between Schengen countries are regarded as domestic flights, so there will not be any stamp. In fact, you may even not be controlled at all.

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