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One calculation question… I’m an American on a Schengen 90/180 day tourist visa. I was in Oslo, Norway from Jan 9 - March 19. My plan is to go back from… May 15 - May 27, 2019. Then again July 1st - Sept 1, 2019. Then again Dec 1, 2019 - Feb 28, 2020.

Is that all legal and ok Schengen visa-wise? I don’t go over the 90 days in 180 day sliding ruler do I?

Thank you so much!

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  • You can check your status using the calculator here – Redd Herring Apr 10 at 23:22
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As you can see from the Schengen calculator, you will not exceed the 90/180 limitation with this plan, but your last stay is exactly 90 days, so you may want to give yourself a buffer in case of flight delays or other unforseen circumstances. You don't need to reschedule your flights to do that. Instead, you can spend one or more entire days in a non-Schengen country.

  • Even though the planned stays won’t breach the 90/180 day rule, is there a possibility that Immigration would question the purpose of such frequent and lengthy visits (all to Norway, it seems, and around 177 days in total in 2019) at some point? – Traveller Apr 11 at 9:41

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